Homer
Thucydides
Herodotus
Plato
Aristophanes
Homer

Thucydides

Herodotus
Plato
Latin
Aeschylus
Sophocles
Euripides
Greek
Latin

Sophocles
Virgil
Horace
Catullus
Ovid
Martial
Virgil
Cicero
Livy
Tacitus
Caesar
Suetonius
Juvenal
Seneca
Petronius
Pliny
Roman
Roman Civilisation
Architecture
Art
Archaeology
Theatre
Democracy
Archaeology
Theatre
Democracy
Student work
Greek Civilisation
Greek /Roman
   
   
         
Homer

Homeric epithets

 

Characters in the Iliad

Iliad - teaching notes

Nestor advises - Omnibus
Guide to the Iliad
The Iliad - The Poem of Force
Iliad - Essays
Characters in the Iliad
Odyssey - teaching notes g
Odyssey - readings
Odyssey Notes kw
Epic Essays - Iliad and Odyssey
Homer's Horses - Omnibus
Iliad 9 - 12 notes
Odyssey 1 - 7 notes
Homer Entertains - Omnibus
Odyssey and Aeneid - differences
Odyssey notes - Gunningham
Odyssey - introductory notes
Staging the Odyssey
 
   

 

Theatre

Greek and Roman Theatre in the British Museum

Greek Tragedy - background

The City Dionysia

   
 
Virgil

The Georgics - notes

Prophecies in the Aeneid

Historical Scope of the Aeneid

Aeneid - introductory Notes

Aeneid - index of names
Virgil and the Aeneid

Virgil

Differences between the Aeneid and the Odyssey

Aeneid books 1-5, detailed teaching notes W
Aeneid books 6-12, detailed teaching notes W
pietas
Jupiter and the Fates in the Aeneid
Aeneid.2 - GCSE 2005
Aeneid 9 - summary
Aeneid 1,2,4 practice context questions (C.C.)
Aeneid bks 1 - 5 detailed notes (C.C.) W.
Aeneid bks 6- 12 detailed notes (C.C.) W.
Aeneid 2 translation
Aeneid books 10 - 12; notes
The Elusive Virgil
Rumour
Themes, motifs and symbols

Aeneid 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9, comprehension q's.

Aeneid summary - each book in three acts
Iliad study guide as background for Virgil
Aeneid - plot synopsis
 
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Herodotus

Herodotus

   
 
Thucydides

Thucydides - the historian

   
 
Sophocles

The Theban legends

   
   
Philoctetes - images
Ajax - programme notes
Ajax - structure
Ajax/Philoctetes - essay questions
Ajax - images
Ajax - context questions
 
Latin

Cicero Unseens

Roman Calendar

Quotable lines from Roman authors
Scansion
   
Rhetorical and literary terms
Lit. Crit. technical terms

 

Democracy

Athens: the polis

Athenian Politics: from Pericles to Cleophon
Democracy and the Philosophers
   
Aristophanes
Outlines of Comedy
   
   
 
Plato

Crito and the Apology

Plato on Women
Socrates and knowledge
The Sophists - background
The pre-Socratic philosophers
The Sophists and Education
 
Roman

Roman Provincial Administration

Roman History notes
cursus honorum
The Eleusinian Mysteries
Octavian - the road to power
   
Archaeology
Discovering Prehistoric Man
The Archaeology of Roman Britain
Schliemann
Student Work
Essays from 1987 A level Classical Civ. exam
   
Petronius
Petronius - teaching notes and questions
   
Martial
Martial - translations and notes
Livy
Livy and Patavium
ab urbe condita - structure
Cicero
Verrine 2.1
pro Milone , notes
   
in Catilinam: teaching notes
in Catilinam 1-19; sample questions and answers
Cicero's rhetorical devices
Lucretius
Lucretius - teaching notes
   
Greek Civilisation
Spinning and Weaving
Gods of Greece
The Geography of Greece
Maps of Greece
Hesiod - notes on his life and works
   
   
Greek Religion - overview notes
Family tree of the gods
Ovid
amores 1 - pupil 1
amores 1 - pupil 2
   
Student Work
Essays from the OCR 1987 examination
Essays from the OCR 1987 examination extra
A Mean Medea; P. Shand
Why do they always go to Hell? P. Shand
A chorus of Approval ; P.Shand
   
Aeschylus
Agamemnon - structured summary
   
Euripides
Strengths and weaknesses
God and man in Hippolytus
A woman's place in Medea
Medea - overview notes
Medea - notes
Hippolytus teaching notes
Hippolytus - notes
Hippolytus summary
Hippolytus and Tragedy
Greek and Roman
Greek and Roman gods