MA Ancient History/Late Antique and Byzantine Studies (LABS) Options

Students should refer to the degree structure when selecting modules. All module selections will be approved by the Degree Tutor.

Modules running in 2017/18:

HISTG012/HISTG022 Classical Chinese Medicine
HISTGA11B/HISTGA04B Continuity and Change in the Ancient Near East
HISTGA69B: Hellenistic Epigraphy
HISTGA70A/HISTGA09A Propaganda and Ideology in Ancient Rome A
HISTGA72A/HISTGA73A Lived Ancient Religion in Hellenistic Greece
HISTGA76A/HISTGA77A Hellenistic Encounters with Egypt
HISTGA78A/B Babylon: Memories of Empire (Imperial Babylon, c.627-539BC) & HISTGA79A/B Babylon under imperial rule, 539-c.50BC
MDVLGL01/MDVLGL07 Beginner's Latin for Research

Students may also take modules at other institutions, as part of the intercollegiate MA (Ancient History/LABS) subject to availability: