In October 2017, Bristol Grammar School took a group of 17 students and 2 staff to Greece. It was a … Continue reading BGS Trip to Greece 2017
I thought I would make a list of Radio 4 In Our Time podcasts which are relevant to Classics, as … Continue reading In Our Time: Classics podcasts
The labyrinthine, bustling old town of Split is contained within the shell of the Emperor Diocletian’s magnificent palace, built in … Continue reading Split and Salona: Emperor Diocletian’s palace and more!
Mainz is a beautiful place with lots of charm, and it’s busy with people in the summer. Vans in the … Continue reading Mainz: atmospheric underground temple, Roman ships, and museum with treasures
There is plenty to see in the gorgeous city of Lisbon – I doubt anyone really goes for the Roman … Continue reading Lisbon and Evora: an introduction to Lusitania
The town of Mérida, in Extremadura, Spain, has 60,000 inhabitants, and seemingly just as many Roman sites. The official Plano … Continue reading Mérida: amazing plethora of beautiful Roman sites
The ancient town of Arse (yes, really) was renamed Saguntum by the Romans. Then in the 3rd century BC, the … Continue reading Sagunto: Hannibal was ‘ere