James Rampton speaks to one of the nation's favourite story tellers about the upcoming production of his book 'Mythos'
The enticing title doesn’t do justice, however, to the breadth of the collection: 400 objects from around the Roman world and beyond, covering centuries, showcasing the Romans’ relationship to food and drink.
Fewer than 25% of Oxford classicists attended UK state schools.
Can Greek tragedies be staged for a modern audience?
Dickens is the perfect post-Christmas antidote to anyone exhausted by the festive season
Mary Beard discusses the Classics, political-polarisation, and access with Barney Pite
Katie Sayer's anticipation of Oriel Classics Society's interpretation of a bizarre Greek comedy turns out to be a tragedy
Simon Schama, Mary Beard, and David Olusoga; the terrible trio chosen to update the BBC relic Civilisations have fallen foul of all the usual potholes. Tasked with modernisation they haven't quite pulled it off.
The highly respected Classics tutor and lecturer drowned off the coast of Ouranoupoli, Greece last September
Beard’s new book shows that new trolls are using the same old tricks to silence women
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