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New CA Branch – Lytham St Annes

The latest branch of the country’s largest organisation for the promotion of classics – the Classical Association – is being formed in Lytham St Annes for the first time in the Association’s long and distinguished history. And the driving force … Continue reading

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Birmingham & Midlands CA Sixth Form Conference

By Polly Toney Following on from a successful re-launch in October of last year, which saw Lindsey Davis as guest-speaker, the Birmingham and Midlands CA held its first Sixth Form Conference on Saturday 10 March. Expected to become an annual … Continue reading

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Hull: the visitor’s perspective

By Penelope Goodman A couple of weeks ago, I went to Hull to give a talk on Roman cities for a joint meeting of the local Classical and Historical Associations. My title was ‘Roman cities from the outside in: the … Continue reading

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Uniting Ram and Dragon: Classics in Wales

By Dr Evelien Bracke Having lived in South West Wales for four years now, I have increasingly found myself looking with slight envy towards England, where projects introducing Classics to a wider audience appear to be growing steadily in number … Continue reading

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Birmingham and Midlands CA Branch is reborn!

  By Polly Toney After a long hiatus, the Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association is back and ready for (antiquity related) business! With strong links to the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity at the University of Birmingham, the re-formed BMCA … Continue reading

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