Classics is the study of classical archaeology, language and history, which gives you the opportunity to engage with the rich variety of the remains of these ancient civilisations.
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Here are some general resources related to Classics. These should be a useful introduction, regardless of which Classics-related course you’re interested in and where you might want to study it.
Athenian Agora Excavations 🔗 This provides up-to-date information on recent excavations, if you are interested in ancient art and archaeology.
Charlie’s Language Page 🔗 🌟 A range of Greek and latin resources, including detailed grammar booklets, although some are aimed at current undergraduates, so don’t worry if it seems too difficult!
Perseus 🔗 An extensive collection of images, and Greek and Latin texts along with their translations.
Textkit 🔗 Free downloads of Greek and Latin grammar, reading and answer keys which are in the public domain.
Omnibus Magazine 🔗 A classical journal which is ideal for those in sixth form or starting university, with each issue including around ten articles focusing on classical themes, which are all available to download for free.
Rogue classicism podcasts 🔗 A compilation of classical podcasts.
BBC ‘In Our Time’ podcasts 🔗 Very accessible and often classics-related podcasts.
Image credit: Gonville and Caius by Akil Hashmi