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Modules 2022-23

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).

First-year students only

CLAS0001 Greek Myth: Its Use And Meaning

CLAS0004 Approaches to the Ancient World

CLAS0005 Interpreting Greek Literature

CLAS0006 Interpreting Latin Literature

CLAS0009 Introduction to the Study of Language

CLAS0146 Emotions in the Ancient World 

Second- and final-year students

CLAS0011 Greek Tragedy (Greek Comedy and Greek Tragedy each run biennially in alternate years).
CLAS0014 Roman Epic

CLAS0020 Classics and Literary Theory

CLAS0036 Stoics, Epicureans and Sceptics
CLAS0138 Greek Authors: Homer

CLAS0147 Classical Poetry and its Reception in English Literature

CLAS0160 Race: Antiquity and its Legacy

CLAS0163 Augustan Culture

CLAS0164 Greeks and Jews: Antiquity and the Modern World

Final-year students only

CLAS0043 Essay on an Approved Subject

Modules In Ancient Greek

GREK0002 Greek for Beginners A

GREK0039 Greek for Beginners B

GREK0005 Intermediate Greek A

GREK0040 Intermediate Greek B

GREK0008 Advanced Greek A and B

GREK0009 Advanced Greek A

GREK0010 Greek Translation

GREK0012 Essay on an Approved Subject (Greek) - available to final-year students only

GREK0051 Aeschylus

GREK0057 Longus, Daphnis and Chloe

GREK0022 Greek Papyrology

GREK0065 Introduction to the History of Greek

Modules In Latin

LATN0034 Latin for Beginners A

LATN0003 Latin for Beginners B

LATN0004 Intermediate Latin A

LATN0035 Intermediate Latin B

LATN0005 Advanced Latin A and B

LATN0006 Advanced Latin A

LATN0008 Latin Translation
LATN0009 Latin Prose Composition
LATN0010 Late and Medieval Latin
LATN0011 Latin Palaeography

LATN0012 Essay on an Approved Subject (Latin) - available to final-year students only

LATN0052 Street Latin and The Romance Languages

LATN0045 Seneca
LATN0043 Horace

Modules in Ancient Middle-Eastern Languages

AMEL0005 Hittite Texts

HEBR0095 Introductory Sumerian
AMEL0003 Introductory Sanskrit

†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.