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Classical Texting- Divine Humour and Disability: The Curious Case of Iliad Book One

Read Annie Sharples' take on Iliad Book One and its ramifications toward ancient attitudes to disability here.

International workshop at the BSR. Rethinking Ancient Pharmacology: the transmission and interpretation of Galen's treatise On simple drugs

An international workshop at the BSR about Galen's treatise On simple drugs, its textual transmission and interpretation throughout the ages.

22 September, British School in Rome.

Organised by Dr. Caroline Petit, Dr. Matteo Martelli & Dr. Lucia Raggetti.


Dr Michael Scott named as National Teaching Fellow


Dr Michael Scott, Asssociate Professor in Classics and Ancient History, has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship by the Higher Education Academy - the top award for teaching in Higher Education. Read more about Michael's teaching and his award here on the Warwick website and here on the Higher Education Academy website.

The King and the Hybrid

tasciovanus coin David Swan explores the role of fantastic creatures on British Iron Age Coinage in August's coin of the month.

Tortoises and Fish-Scales: A Chinese Legend of Rome

In July's entry for Classical Texting, read Katrina Anderson's take on Roman descendants in Modern China.

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