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Recommendations in Egyptology

For students who have in interest in Ancient Egypt, and are perhaps encountering the subject for...
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Book recommendations for Classical History

Here are some of my book recommendations: Byzantium by John Julius Norwich: The most...
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The uses of Latin and Classics

Over the course of my undergraduate and Masters degree I have often been asked why I study...
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Ruins

Decadence and a certain romantic nostalgia are often associated with ruins, but the recent...

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  • The uses of Latin and Classics

    Jessica White A-level Ancient History Tutor (South West London) Picture Over the course of my undergraduate and Masters degree I have often been asked why I study classics, what job will I get at the end and aren't Latin and Ancient Greek dead languages? I believe these questions are part of the reason I have focused my studies on the reception of the ancient...
  • Why study ancient history?

    GCSE Ancient History Tutor (Birmingham) Picture For the first time, Ancient History has been offered as a GCSE. It gives students of all ages a wonderful opportunity to study ancient societies and, in the process, helps us to understand our own. It ranges from Egypt to the Celts, offers the Persian Wars or Alexander the Great, the seven Roman...
  • Recommendations in Egyptology

    Kristina Parrish A-level Ancient History Tutor (Worcester) Picture For students who have in interest in Ancient Egypt, and are perhaps encountering the subject for the first time there are a couple of books I would like to recommend. For those who are interested in Ancient Egyptian history and culture, and are new to the field I highly recommend Barbara...

 

  • Essay: History is all about perspective

    A-level Ancient History Tutor (North London) Picture Opposing the Emperor: A senatorial (Pre)occupation? What does it mean to be ‘a good senator’ under the republic? From whose perspective? Defining someone as “good” in any capacity invariably involves the question of perspective. The question could easily be construed as several different...
  • Ruins Editor's Pick

    A-level Ancient History Tutor (North London) Picture Decadence and a certain romantic nostalgia are often associated with ruins, but the recent collapse of historical buildings such as the Gladiators’ house of Pompei, and the neglect towards sites and palaces which are part of mankind’s historical and cultural patrimony are a sign of...
  • Book recommendations for Classical History

    Catherine99 A-level Ancient History Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture Here are some of my book recommendations: Byzantium by John Julius Norwich: The most complete history of the Byzantine empire. Millennium by Tom Holland: even though a very popular writer (Rubicon and Persian Fire) this book has a more academic approach. World without end by Ken Follett: a...