Undergraduate Modules Years 2-3
These are all the modules available to second- and third-year students in Ancient History. If you are taking an Integrated degree, you will have a different set of core modules, and additional options in Archaeology or History.
Available every year.
Available in alternate years — see the Archaeology and Ancient History Module Catalogue for details.
- Julian the Apostate - 10 credits (HS3307)
- The End of Antiquity- 10 credits (HS3308)
- Greek Values - 10 credits (HS3309)
- Gods and the Polis - 10 credits (HS3330)
- Roman Religion - 10 credits (HS3331)
- Rome and Carthage - 20 credits (HS3333)
- Gender and Sexuality - 20 credits (HS3362)
- Life in Ancient Rome - 10 credits (HS4358)
- Houses in Roman Italy - 10 credits (HS4363)
- The Roman Army - 20 credits (HS4367)
Optional; available every year.
- Reading Latin 1 - 20 credits (HS3421)
- Reading Greek 1 - 20 credits (HS3423)
- Reading Latin 2 - 20 credits (HS3322)
- Reading Greek 2 - 20 credits (HS3324)
- Latin Historical Texts - 10 credits (HS3343/4)
- Greek Historical Texts - 10 credits (HS3345/6)
Optional modules run by the Archaeology Department
Available in alternate years — see the Archaeology and Ancient History Module Catalogue for details. These modules may have different regulations about assessment, submission procedures, etc., so make sure you read the module handouts carefully.
- Roman Britain - 20 credits (HS2362)