Research student, Ancient History, School of History, Archaeology and Religion
- The heroes of epic narratives
- Hubris and the ancient and medieval epic
- Cross comparative studies, primarily concerning military command
- The Roman army
Hubris and pride in Ancient and Medieval epic Narratives
An examination of the hubris and how through a re-examination of primary evidence, it can be seen as closer to what modern readers would consider pride than has been previously thought.
This examination of the sources provides evidence that hubris or pride was a constant factor ancient and medieval epics and was constant, yet changing throughout the period 800BC-AD1400.