One of the main advantages of studying Classics is that it’s such a broad subject, something we embrace at Cambridge through our unique “interdisciplinary” courses.
To get a taste of some of the wide-range of things Cambridge Classicists get up to explore this collection of short videos.
In 391CE the Library of Alexandria burnt to the ground, taking with it the largest collection of Literature in the Ancient World. But if you had been there and only had time to save one author who would it have been?
The project: Write like the Ancients, used the collections at Cambridge to show the different ways in which writing was used in the ancient world. Click here for more videos about this.