Classical Studies

Future of the past

Students always ask in my archaeology courses: “But hasn’t everything there is to find already been found?” And I always tell them: “Goodness, I hope not, or I’d be out of job.”

Campus Digest, June 7

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Ehrlich takes classics honours

Ehrlich takes classics honours

Simeon ‘Shimi’ Ehrlich, an MA student in Classical Studies, took home the top poster prize at the annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA), the largest gathering of classicists in the world, held the first week of January in Philadelphia.

Uncovering family ties across the ages

Elizabeth Greene has spent the best part of the last decade in the hills of northern England playing in the dirt. And she can’t think of a better way to earn a living.