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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!

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

Aesop's Forest: Don't Do That!

Jul 27, 2016

Museum of Classical Archaeology

Aesop's Forest: the Scared Lion

Jul 27, 2016

Museum of Classical Archaeology

Family Tour

Jul 29, 2016

Museum of Classical Archaeology

Meet the Romans

Aug 03, 2016

Museum of Classical Archaeology

Aesop's Forest: Don't Do That!

Aug 09, 2016

Museum of Classical Archaeology

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Cambridge Greek Lexicon

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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Vacancy - Research Associate, AHRC 'Greek in Italy' Project

Jul 15, 2016

Applications are sought for a Research Associate on the AHRC-funded ‘Greek in Italy’ project. For more information and details on how to apply, please see the Jobs & Vacancies page.

FBA - Professor Simon Goldhill

Jul 15, 2016

The Faculty is delighted to learn that Professor Simon Goldhill has been elected a Fellow of the British Academy.

EU Referendum

Jul 05, 2016

Following the results of the EU referendum, the Faculty of Classics would like to make it clear that that there is absolutely no change to the visa requirements and immigration status of EU national staff or students.

Vacancy - Research Associate, (CREWS) Project

Jun 27, 2016

Applications are sought for a Research Associate who will be a member of the ‘Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems’ (CREWS) project, led by the Principal Investigator Dr Philippa Steele. For more information and details on how to apply, please see the Jobs & Vacancies page.

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