'Life is a gift of nature; but the good life is the gift of education that comes from literacy' (Diodorus Siculus, 1st century BC). Education has...moreFrom £77
Britain was Rome’s most north-westerly province (later provinces and diocese), the wild west of Empire with its never conquered far north....moreFrom £107
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This six-week course will chart the fall of the largest Empire in human history, the Romans from the 4th Century AD. Starting with the split of the...moreFrom £90
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An A level in classical civilisation will enable you to gain a knowledge and understanding of the classical world through the study of a diverse...moreFrom £650
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Classical Civilisation is an engaging course that explores aspects of ancient Greek and Roman history, mythology, literature, philosophy and...moreThis course might be free
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The lives and importance of women in Republican and Imperial Ancient Rome and Roman Britain including the importance of the worship of goddesses....moreFrom £49
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The time is the 1st century BC, the place: Rome. The Roman Republic has been around for hundreds of years and has started to conquer the...moreFrom £55
This Classical Civilisation A-Level will allow you to explore Homer’s odyssey and society, Greek tragedy, art and architecture in the Greek world...moreFrom £429
What killed the Roman Empire in the West? Here we investigate the suspects, from crop failure to barbarian invaders, to discover what destroyed...moreFrom £240