Classical Studies

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Nexus Philosophy, Language Studies, History, Drama.


Classical studies cover the study of the linguistic, literary, political, social, economic, religious, and cultural history of the Greek and Roman world, for which flexible and continually changing borders are accepted. Chronologically, Classical Studies begin with the first appearance of written texts (Linear B tablets, c. 14th century BC) and end with the 7th century A.D.

Disciplines included are Classical Philology (Greek and Latin literature and language), ancient History, ancient topography, ancient law, Greek and Roman Religious Studies, epigraphy and papyrology. Studies in material culture, its interpretation are covered in Archaeology and Art History. Overlap occurs with Archaeology, History (incl. Byzantine studies), Philosophy and Linguistics.

General Collection ;

The Roman Civilisation - History

See also Byzantine Empire in History.

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