1:00 pm - 4:30 pm


Alan Turing Building
Oxford Road, Manchester

Event Type

You are warmly invited to the University of Manchester on Wednesday 11 March 2015 for an afternoon (1.00-4.30 p.m.) exploring a wide range of classical topics.  We are planning talks on Homer, Vergil, Greek drama, Greek art and architecture, Ovid, and Tacitus & Roman emperors; these talks are aimed to appeal to teachers and students studying AS- and A-Level Classical Civilisation and/or Latin.  Attendance is free and refreshments will be served! To register your interest and for further details, please contact

Provisional programme

All talks take place in the Alan Turing building.

Arrive 1 p.m.: Alan Turing building, foyer

First lectures 1.15-2.00
Greek drama (room G205)
Ovid (room G207)

Second lectures 2.05 – 2.50
Greek art and architecture (room G205)
Virgil’s Aeneid (room G207)

2.50-3.30 refreshment break: Alan Turing building, foyer

Third lectures 3.30-4.15
Homer (room G205)
Tacitus and the Roman empire (room G207)