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SCHOOL VISITS TO THE FACULTY

Classics is for everyone! We have something to offer for all ages! In particular we offer an exciting programme of Taster Days at the Faculty for school groups, from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 5. Come and visit us at Cambridge!

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POSTGRADUATE STUDY

The Cambridge Classics department is at the cutting-edge of research into all aspects of the ancient Mediterranean world. Find out more about joining us for postgraduate study...

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Upcoming events

Art under Fire: Art Crime in Times of War and Peace

Oct 20, 2015

Museum of Classical Archaeology

Casts by Candlelight

Oct 23, 2015

Cast Gallery, Museum of Classical Archaeology

Crash, Bang, Wallop!

Oct 24, 2015

Museum of Classical Archaeology

Ask an Expert: Ancient Literature

Oct 24, 2015

Museum of Classical Archaeology

Off the Shelf: Treasures from the Classics Faculty Library

Oct 24, 2015

Museum of Classical Archaeology

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Greek Lexicon Project

Cambridge Classics is home to a major project to produce a new online and print intermediate-level lexicon of ancient Greek.

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Following Hercules: the Story of Classical Art

Aug 19, 2015

A colossal polystyrene statue of Hercules by contemporary artist Matt Derbyshire will be the star exhibit in a new exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum exploring the story of classical art.

Classics in Communities Conference (19 Sept 2015)

Jul 30, 2015

This conference aims to bring together all those interested in the teaching and learning of Latin and Greek in schools, colleges, universities and communities in the UK and around the world. Building on the success of the first ‘Classics in Communities’ conference in Oxford in November 2013, the themes of this year’s conference will include: widening access to Classical languages; emerging practices in Classics pedagogies; improving community cohesion through Classics; the cross-curricular value of Classical languages and the appeal/merits of non-linguistic Classics. Keynote speakers will be Tim Whitmarsh, A.G. Leventis Professor of Greek Culture at the University of Cambridge and Tom Holland, celebrated British novelist and ancient historian.

Professorship of Comparative Philology

Jul 13, 2015

Applications are welcome for a Professorship of Comparative Philology from 01 October 2016.

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