The Classics Summer School is a chance for anyone to learn a little more about the ancient world by taking some informal courses over the summer.
Held over one intensive week in January, the Classics Summer School presented classes in four different subjects focussed on the great archaeological discoveries of ancient Greece and Rome, the fascinating history of the Roman province of Dalmatia, the domestic life of ancient Greeks and Romans, and finally a practical workshop for developing argumentation skills in the style of Socrates.
Certificates of participation were offered on completion of this course.
Parthenon Frieze. The so-called peplos scene, East V, 31-35, London c. 443 and 438 BC
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