Classical Archaeology

Available Places: 
15
Places to Applicants: 
1 in 4
Dates: 
15 July - 20 July 2018

Attending the Classical Archaeology and Ancient History summer school will give you the opportunity to encounter the fascinating civilisations, culture and history of ancient Greek and Roman societies, by studying their written sources, art, architecture and languages.

Throughout the week you will attend lectures and take part in seminars or debates on a wide range of topics, from the trade and production of Pompeii to the gory details of the Battle of Plataea.

There will be workshops in Greek and Latin, focussing on subjects such as how to tell a Roman’s social status from their name or how to analyse basic Greek inscriptions.

You will also be able to go behind the scenes at the Ashmolean Museum during a handling session, looking at and discussing objects from the ancient civilisations you have been studying. Throughout the week you will prepare a short essay for a tutorial with one of the tutors here.