Classics (School of)
The University of St Andrews has been a centre for Classical studies since its foundation in 1413, and the School of Classics continues to build on its reputation for both teaching and research. Current concentrations of expertise include (among many others) classical and post-classical Greek literature; Platonic and post-classical philosophy; the archaeology of Rome and the Roman provinces, Roman Imperial literature and history, Late Antiquity and Renaissance and later engagement with the Classics.
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(Yorkshire Archaeological & Historical Society, 2017-11-01) - Book item
(2016-02-01) - Journal articleThis paper borrows an analytical method from the sciences to solve an important problem in Roman history, which has long seemed intractable: estimating the proportion of provincials who had Roman citizenship before Caracalla’s ...
(2017-11) - Journal articleEuripides’ Suppliant Women and Thucydides’ account of Pericles’ leadership within the Athenian democracy of 431/430 BCE are good examples of classical Greek texts which ask citizen-audiences to reflect very deeply on the ...
Thebes, the Boeotian League, and central Greece : political and military development and interaction in the fourth century B.C. (2017-06-22) - ThesisThe history of central Greece in the fourth century BC has long been viewed through the lens of Athenian and Spartan interests which distorts the historical narrative and often misleads the reader regarding the causes and ...