Modules in Translation
Modules starting with code CLAS do not require a knowledge of the ancient languages. These modules are open to students from other departments, subject to available space, with the exception of: CLAS0004 Approaches to the Ancient World (compulsory for Ancient World students, open to Classics, Ancient History and Classical Archaeology and Classical Civilisation students subject to permission of the Ancient World Tutor); CLAS0005 and CLAS0006 Interpreting Literature modules (compulsory for Classics and Joint Degree students, open to Ancient World students subject to permission of the Departmental Tutor); and CLAS0020 Classics and Literary Theory (compulsory for Classics and Joint Degree students, open to Ancient World students subject to permission of the Departmental Tutor).
Modules In Ancient Greek
Modules In Latin
Modules in Ancient Middle-Eastern Languages
†The range of theme- and author-based modules can vary from year to year, depending on staff availability, and in the interest of a rich curriculum.
Recommended modules outside of the Department of Greek and Latin can be found at the bottom of our Degree Structures page.