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The Graeco-Roman World - MA/PGDip

University of Leicester Archaeology and Ancient History

Full time & Part time September MA, PgDip 9-12 months full time, 18-24 months part time

About the course

Are our current understandings of the Greek and Roman periods valid? Are there better ways to reconstruct the classical past? Through the combined study of history and archaeology, this postgraduate degree is about tackling the bigger questions.

Course description

This postgraduate degree offers an intensive and challenging approach to the study of the Classical Mediterranean worlds across the Greek and Roman periods. The course questions the traditional ways in which we reconstruct the classical past, and interrogates current understandings and perceptions of Greek and Roman societies across the Mediterranean.

A key part of the course is our interdisciplinary approach, drawing from both history and archaeology. We will equip you to work with different classical sources in combination,

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Entry Requirements

A 2:1 degree, or equivalent, in Archaeology, Classics/Classical Studies, Ancient History or a closely related subject.

If you have a non-relevant degree it may be possible to attain entry via successful completion of specified conversion modules to an appropriate standard, by prior agreement with the Course Director.

If you have extensive relevant professional experience (5 years or more) you may be considered.

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