The ANU Centre for Classical Studies and the Friends of the Classics Museum invite you to a celebration of the life and work of Emeritus Professor Graeme...
Towards the end of Rome’s republic, Sallust delivers a familiar litany bemoaning the fallen military ideal: ambitious men now seek personal glory and wealth,...
In the ANU Classics Museum, parked conspicuously in a case of Bronze Age artefacts, is a large copper vase—a modern vessel modelled after a Minoan bronze...
Professional learning event for teachers in the ACT and region, presented by staff of the ANU Centre for Classical Studies.Please note this is a paid event...
Epichoric histories aim to interpret localised phenomena and ask questions about specific places or people rather than establish generalised trends. Epichoric...