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Durham University, United Kingdom, Durham

Classical Civilisation, B.A.

  • Classical Civilisation, B.A.
  • Full-time
  • Duration : 3 years

Student Type

Indicative Fees

AUD 16,478

Study mode

On Campus


Course Highlights

Study the Greek and Roman world at one of the largest and most vibrant Classics departments in the UK. You will be dealing with matters related to historical, linguistics and literary aspects of the Graeco-Roman times.

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Course Overview

This programme offers a wide variety of modules: ancient Greek and Latin for every level of ability, surveys of the main periods and themes of Greek and Roman history, and teaching in all aspects of Classical culture, including philosophy, art, and literature in translation. Also, there are three Single Honours courses, with a common first year intended to emphasise the unity of the subject. Each of these degrees has a different emphasis, depending on which area you prefer to put at the centre of your degree: ancient languages, ancient history, or ancient culture. I want to find another Bachelor Course As a student of this University, you will be working with the best professionals in your domain of interest, thus ensuring a high quality level of knowledge.


Programme Structure Beginners Greek 1 Beginners Latin 1 Intermediate Greek 1A Intermediate Greek 1B Intermediate Latin 1A Intermediate Latin 1B Greek Art and Architecture The Craft of the Ancient Historian Living in the Classical World. Crisis of the Roman Republic Emperors and Dynasties The Hellenistic World Greek Literature and the Near East Interpreting Greek Tragedy Today Latin Literature of the Early Empire Ancient Epistolography Roman Buildings and their Decoration Creation and Cosmology Plato on Knowledge, Truth and Falsehood Ancient Political Thought and Action Ancient Philosophers on Memory and Recollection Stoicism Classical Theories of Soul Dialogues with Antiquity Living in the Classical World Alexandria

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