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The Roots Of Ancient Education Are Still Alive

The majority of students have free access to a well-stocked local library, and if that is not...
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Ancient History or Classical Civilisation?

The OCR has revamped a number of its syllabuses in recent years, with new A-Levels in Ancient...
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Book recommendations for Classical History

Here are some of my book recommendations: Byzantium by John Julius Norwich: The most...
A-level Ancient History

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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    I am a qualified teacher with an excellent track record of preparing students for 13+ Common Entrance, Scholarship and A-Level examinations ( French, Latin and Ancient Greek). Two of my students were awarded the Queen's Scholarship in 2017 and 2015.
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Ancient History Articles

  • Ancient History or Classical Civilisation?

    Dr. Ben Hemingway A-level Ancient History Tutor (Oxford) Picture The OCR has revamped a number of its syllabuses in recent years, with new A-Levels in Ancient History and Classical Civilisation. Without going into too much detail about the precise course content (you can contact me directly to discuss further), there are key differences in the two subjects...
  • The Roots Of Ancient Education Are Still Alive Editor's Pick

    Dr. Ben Hemingway A-level Ancient History Tutor (Oxford) Picture The majority of students have free access to a well-stocked local library, and if that is not feasible then they can access an unprecedented collection of material online, resources which expand in reach and quality every single day (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu has nearly every ancient primary...
  • The uses of Latin and Classics

    Jessica White A-level Ancient History Tutor (South East 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

    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

    Jessica Guise 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...