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Bachelor of Arts (International Honours) Classical Studies


BA (International Honours Classical Studies: First Year
Code Module name Credits
(( * View list 40 credits from Module List: LT1001 - LT1002 OR
LT1001 Elementary Latin 1 20
LT1002 Elementary Latin 2 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list 40 credits from Module List: LT1003 - LT1004 OR
LT1003 World of Latin 1 20
LT1004 World of Latin 2 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list 40 credits from Module List: GK1001 - GK1002 OR
GK1001 Greek Language for Beginners 20
GK1002 Greek Literature for Beginners 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list 40 credits from Module List: GK1005 - GK1006 ) OR
GK1005 Greek Language and Literature 1 20
GK1006 Greek Pastoral and Passion 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
( AN1001 Greek History to Alexander the Great 20 AND
AN1002 Roman History from Foundation to Empire 20 )) AND
Remaining credits from Level 1000 options
Students on the Ancient History and Archaeology pathway must take AN1001 and AN1002, but it is strongly recommended that they also take 40 credits of Latin or Greek: (LT1001 and LT1002) or (LT1003 and LT1004) OR (GK1001 and GK1002) or (GK1003 and GK1004).

BA (International Honours Classical Studies: Second Year
Code Module name Credits
(( * View list 40 credits from Module List: LT2001 - LT2002 OR
LT2001 Latin Language and Literature 1 20
LT2002 Latin Language and Literature 2 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
* View list 40 credits from Module List: LT2003 - LT2004 OR
LT2003 Latin in Progress 1 20
LT2004 Latin in Progress 2 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
* View list 40 credits from Module List: GK2001 - GK2002 OR
GK2001 The Landscape of Greek Prose (A) 20
GK2002 The Landscape of Greek Poetry (A) 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
* View list 40 credits from Module List: GK2003 - GK2004 ) OR
GK2003 The Landscape of Greek Prose (B) 20
GK2004 The Landscape of Greek Poetry (B) 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
^ View list 40 credits from Module List: AN2002 - AN2003, CL2003 - CL2004 ) AND
AN2002 The Roman Empire 20
AN2003 Mediterranean Communities 20
CL2003 Early Greek Poetry and Philosophy 20
CL2004 Culture and Thought in the Late Roman Republic 20
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
Remaining credits from Level 1000 and 2000 options
It is strongly recommended that students on the Ancient History and Archaeology pathway take 40 credits of Latin or Greek in their second year. If the student has taken first-year Latin or Greek, these may be chosen from LT2001, LT2003, LT2003 and LT2004 (for Latin) or GK2001, GK2002, GK2003 and GK2004 (for Greek). If the student has not taken first-year Latin or Greek, they may be chosen from LT1001, LT1002, LT1003 and LT1004 (for Latin) or GK1001, GK1002, GK1005 and GK1006 (for Greek).

Automatic entry to Honours requires

  • pass and have an average grade 11 or better in modules marked *
  • pass and have an average grade 11 or better in modules marked ^

Entry to Honours

Students who attain grades 11.0 or above at the first sitting in the requisite 2000-level modules and who meet all other programme requirements will be given automatic offers of entry into Honours programmes. Students permitted automatic entry to Honours will only be permitted to trail one module to a maximum of 30 sub-honours credits into Honours.

Some Schools permit qualified entry to Honours (see www.st-andrews.ac.uk/media/teaching-and-learning/policies/honsentry.pdf )


BA (International Honours Classical Studies: Third Year
Code Module name Credits
(( View list 60 credits from Module List: LT4000 - LT4989 OR
LT4201 Roman Epic 30
LT4203 Latin Prose Composition 30
LT4207 Roman Comedy 30
LT4208 Late Latin 30
LT4209 Latin Historical Writing 30
LT4210 Latin Didactic Poetry 30
LT4211 Latin Letters 30
LT4212 Virgin Martyrs and Axe-Wielding Bishops 30
LT4213 Roman Satire 30
LT4214 Latin Philosophical Writing 30
LT4215 Senecan Tragedy 30
LT4216 The Art of Translation: Ovid in English 30
LT4217 Latin Oratory 30
LT4218 Women in Myth 30
LT4219 Roman Biography 30
LT4220 Latin Lyric 30
LT4221 The Tools of the Classicist 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list 60 credits from Module List: GK4000 - GK4989 ) AND
GK4100 Greek Prose Composition 30
GK4102 Greek Tragedy 30
GK4105 Greek Rhetoric and Its Representation 30
GK4108 Helen of Troy and the Femme Fatale in Archaic and Classical Greek Literature 30
GK4109 Greek Literature in the Roman Empire 30
GK4110 Imagining the Symposium 30
GK4113 Greeks and Barbarians 30
GK4114 Hesiod and the near East 30
GK4115 Epiphanic Gods: Text and Context in the Homeric Hymns 30
GK4116 Greeks on Education 30
GK4117 Lies, History and Ideology 30
GK4118 Greeks and Romans: Greek Literature and Identity to the Age of Augustus 30
GK4121 Violence in Early Greek Poetry 30
GK4122 Wealth, Virtue and Happiness from Homer to Aristotle 30
GK4123 Narrating War in Graeco-Roman Antiquity: Herodotus, Thucydides, Polybius 30
GK4124 The History of Ancient Greek from Homer to the New Testament 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list 60 credits from Module List: (GK3021+GK3022), (LT3017+LT3018), AA4000-AA4989, AN4000-AN4989, CL4000-CL4989, GK4000-GK4989, LT4000-LT4989 ) OR
GK3021 Greek for Honours Classics 1: Special Option 30
GK3022 Greek for Honours Classics 2: Special Option 30
LT3017 Latin for Honours Classics 1 30
LT3018 Latin for Honours Classics 2 30
AA4001 Cities and Urban Life in Late Antiquity (300-700 CE) 30
AA4002 From Pompeii to Aquileia: the Archaeology of Roman Italy (50 BCE - 300 CE) 30
AA4121 The Ancient City of Rome 30
AA4122 Sacred Spaces in the Roman Empire 30
AA4130 The Roman Army 30
AA4149 The Archaeology of Minoan Crete 30
AN4105 Roman Egypt 30
AN4106 Persia and the Greeks 30
AN4108 The Disintegration of the Roman Empire 30
AN4109 Death in Roman Culture 30
AN4110 The Culture of Roman Imperialism 30
AN4136 Alexander the Great 30
AN4146 The Supremacy of Greece: Athens and Sparta 479 - 362 BCE 30
AN4152 Ancient Empires 30
AN4153 Religious Change in Late Antiquity 30
AN4154 Tyrant - Madman - Fool - Knave: the Julio-Claudian Emperors 14-68 CE 30
AN4155 Religious Communities in the Late Antique World 30
AN4426 Roman Slavery 30
AN4427 Greeks and Others 30
AN4428 Eight Scenes from the Life of Alexander 30
CL4406 Herodotus 30
CL4419 Magic in Greco-Roman Literature and Life 30
CL4420 Fame, Tradition and Narrative: Homer's lliad 30
CL4421 The Ancient and Modern Novel 30
CL4433 Religions of the Greeks 30
CL4435 Greek Theatre 30
CL4437 Modern Classics: Classics in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 30
CL4438 Animals in Greco-Roman Antiquity 30
CL4444 Pleasure, Goodness and Happiness: Hellenistic Ethics 30
CL4445 Women in Ancient Societies 30
CL4449 After Virgil: The Aeneid and its Reception 30
CL4452 Knowledge and the World in Hellenistic Philosophy 30
CL4455 Roman Praise 30
CL4456 Pompeii 30
CL4458 Ethics and Lifestyles: Philosophy and Ways of Living in Antiquity 30
CL4461 Senecan Tragedy and its Reception 30
CL4462 Leaders and Leadership in the Ancient World 30
CL4500 Pleasure, Goodness and Happiness: Hellenistic Ethics 30
CL4502 Ethics and Lifestyles: Philosophy and Ways of Living in Antiquity 30
CL4602 From Classical Temple to Christian Basilica 30
CL4604 Greek Sculpture 30
GK4100 Greek Prose Composition 30
GK4102 Greek Tragedy 30
GK4105 Greek Rhetoric and Its Representation 30
GK4108 Helen of Troy and the Femme Fatale in Archaic and Classical Greek Literature 30
GK4109 Greek Literature in the Roman Empire 30
GK4110 Imagining the Symposium 30
GK4113 Greeks and Barbarians 30
GK4114 Hesiod and the near East 30
GK4115 Epiphanic Gods: Text and Context in the Homeric Hymns 30
GK4116 Greeks on Education 30
GK4117 Lies, History and Ideology 30
GK4118 Greeks and Romans: Greek Literature and Identity to the Age of Augustus 30
GK4121 Violence in Early Greek Poetry 30
GK4122 Wealth, Virtue and Happiness from Homer to Aristotle 30
GK4123 Narrating War in Graeco-Roman Antiquity: Herodotus, Thucydides, Polybius 30
GK4124 The History of Ancient Greek from Homer to the New Testament 30
LT4201 Roman Epic 30
LT4203 Latin Prose Composition 30
LT4207 Roman Comedy 30
LT4208 Late Latin 30
LT4209 Latin Historical Writing 30
LT4210 Latin Didactic Poetry 30
LT4211 Latin Letters 30
LT4212 Virgin Martyrs and Axe-Wielding Bishops 30
LT4213 Roman Satire 30
LT4214 Latin Philosophical Writing 30
LT4215 Senecan Tragedy 30
LT4216 The Art of Translation: Ovid in English 30
LT4217 Latin Oratory 30
LT4218 Women in Myth 30
LT4219 Roman Biography 30
LT4220 Latin Lyric 30
LT4221 The Tools of the Classicist 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
( AA3020 Principles and Techniques in Archaeology 30 AND
View list 60 credits from Module List: AA4000 - AA4989, CL4000 - CL4699 AND
AA4001 Cities and Urban Life in Late Antiquity (300-700 CE) 30
AA4002 From Pompeii to Aquileia: the Archaeology of Roman Italy (50 BCE - 300 CE) 30
AA4121 The Ancient City of Rome 30
AA4122 Sacred Spaces in the Roman Empire 30
AA4130 The Roman Army 30
AA4149 The Archaeology of Minoan Crete 30
CL4406 Herodotus 30
CL4419 Magic in Greco-Roman Literature and Life 30
CL4420 Fame, Tradition and Narrative: Homer's lliad 30
CL4421 The Ancient and Modern Novel 30
CL4433 Religions of the Greeks 30
CL4435 Greek Theatre 30
CL4437 Modern Classics: Classics in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 30
CL4438 Animals in Greco-Roman Antiquity 30
CL4444 Pleasure, Goodness and Happiness: Hellenistic Ethics 30
CL4445 Women in Ancient Societies 30
CL4449 After Virgil: The Aeneid and its Reception 30
CL4452 Knowledge and the World in Hellenistic Philosophy 30
CL4455 Roman Praise 30
CL4456 Pompeii 30
CL4458 Ethics and Lifestyles: Philosophy and Ways of Living in Antiquity 30
CL4461 Senecan Tragedy and its Reception 30
CL4462 Leaders and Leadership in the Ancient World 30
CL4500 Pleasure, Goodness and Happiness: Hellenistic Ethics 30
CL4502 Ethics and Lifestyles: Philosophy and Ways of Living in Antiquity 30
CL4602 From Classical Temple to Christian Basilica 30
CL4604 Greek Sculpture 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list 30 credits from Module List: AA4000 - AA4989, AN4000 - AN4989, CL4000 - CL4989 (excluding CL4794 - CL4797) )
AA4001 Cities and Urban Life in Late Antiquity (300-700 CE) 30
AA4002 From Pompeii to Aquileia: the Archaeology of Roman Italy (50 BCE - 300 CE) 30
AA4121 The Ancient City of Rome 30
AA4122 Sacred Spaces in the Roman Empire 30
AA4130 The Roman Army 30
AA4149 The Archaeology of Minoan Crete 30
AN4105 Roman Egypt 30
AN4106 Persia and the Greeks 30
AN4108 The Disintegration of the Roman Empire 30
AN4109 Death in Roman Culture 30
AN4110 The Culture of Roman Imperialism 30
AN4136 Alexander the Great 30
AN4146 The Supremacy of Greece: Athens and Sparta 479 - 362 BCE 30
AN4152 Ancient Empires 30
AN4153 Religious Change in Late Antiquity 30
AN4154 Tyrant - Madman - Fool - Knave: the Julio-Claudian Emperors 14-68 CE 30
AN4155 Religious Communities in the Late Antique World 30
AN4426 Roman Slavery 30
AN4427 Greeks and Others 30
AN4428 Eight Scenes from the Life of Alexander 30
CL4406 Herodotus 30
CL4419 Magic in Greco-Roman Literature and Life 30
CL4420 Fame, Tradition and Narrative: Homer's lliad 30
CL4421 The Ancient and Modern Novel 30
CL4433 Religions of the Greeks 30
CL4435 Greek Theatre 30
CL4437 Modern Classics: Classics in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 30
CL4438 Animals in Greco-Roman Antiquity 30
CL4444 Pleasure, Goodness and Happiness: Hellenistic Ethics 30
CL4445 Women in Ancient Societies 30
CL4449 After Virgil: The Aeneid and its Reception 30
CL4452 Knowledge and the World in Hellenistic Philosophy 30
CL4455 Roman Praise 30
CL4456 Pompeii 30
CL4458 Ethics and Lifestyles: Philosophy and Ways of Living in Antiquity 30
CL4461 Senecan Tragedy and its Reception 30
CL4462 Leaders and Leadership in the Ancient World 30
CL4500 Pleasure, Goodness and Happiness: Hellenistic Ethics 30
CL4502 Ethics and Lifestyles: Philosophy and Ways of Living in Antiquity 30
CL4602 From Classical Temple to Christian Basilica 30
CL4604 Greek Sculpture 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
Students following the Ancient History and Archaeology pathway may, with the permission of the Heads of School concerned, replace 30 credits from the range AA4000-AA4989,AN4000-AN4989,CL4000-CL4989 with appropriate modules in Mediaeval History.

Students following the Greek and Latin pathway may take GK3017, GK3018, LT3017 and LT3018 only in their second language, not their main language, and only if they have taken their second language for not more than one year at beginners’ level only (i.e. GK1001 and GK1002 or LT1001 and LT1002 or equivalent modules at the College of William and Mary.

BA (International Honours Classical Studies: Fourth Year
Code Module name Credits
( GK4999 Dissertation in Greek 30 OR
LT4999 Latin Dissertation 30 ) AND
(( View list 30 credits from Module List: LT4000 - LT4989 OR
LT4201 Roman Epic 30
LT4203 Latin Prose Composition 30
LT4207 Roman Comedy 30
LT4208 Late Latin 30
LT4209 Latin Historical Writing 30
LT4210 Latin Didactic Poetry 30
LT4211 Latin Letters 30
LT4212 Virgin Martyrs and Axe-Wielding Bishops 30
LT4213 Roman Satire 30
LT4214 Latin Philosophical Writing 30
LT4215 Senecan Tragedy 30
LT4216 The Art of Translation: Ovid in English 30
LT4217 Latin Oratory 30
LT4218 Women in Myth 30
LT4219 Roman Biography 30
LT4220 Latin Lyric 30
LT4221 The Tools of the Classicist 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list 30 credits from Module List: GK4000 - GK4989 ) AND
GK4100 Greek Prose Composition 30
GK4102 Greek Tragedy 30
GK4105 Greek Rhetoric and Its Representation 30
GK4108 Helen of Troy and the Femme Fatale in Archaic and Classical Greek Literature 30
GK4109 Greek Literature in the Roman Empire 30
GK4110 Imagining the Symposium 30
GK4113 Greeks and Barbarians 30
GK4114 Hesiod and the near East 30
GK4115 Epiphanic Gods: Text and Context in the Homeric Hymns 30
GK4116 Greeks on Education 30
GK4117 Lies, History and Ideology 30
GK4118 Greeks and Romans: Greek Literature and Identity to the Age of Augustus 30
GK4121 Violence in Early Greek Poetry 30
GK4122 Wealth, Virtue and Happiness from Homer to Aristotle 30
GK4123 Narrating War in Graeco-Roman Antiquity: Herodotus, Thucydides, Polybius 30
GK4124 The History of Ancient Greek from Homer to the New Testament 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list 60 credits from Module List: AA4000 - AA4989, AN4000 - AN4989, CL4000 - CL4989 (exc CL4794-CL4795), GK4000 - GK4989, LT4000 - LT4989 ) OR
AA4001 Cities and Urban Life in Late Antiquity (300-700 CE) 30
AA4002 From Pompeii to Aquileia: the Archaeology of Roman Italy (50 BCE - 300 CE) 30
AA4121 The Ancient City of Rome 30
AA4122 Sacred Spaces in the Roman Empire 30
AA4130 The Roman Army 30
AA4149 The Archaeology of Minoan Crete 30
AN4105 Roman Egypt 30
AN4106 Persia and the Greeks 30
AN4108 The Disintegration of the Roman Empire 30
AN4109 Death in Roman Culture 30
AN4110 The Culture of Roman Imperialism 30
AN4136 Alexander the Great 30
AN4146 The Supremacy of Greece: Athens and Sparta 479 - 362 BCE 30
AN4152 Ancient Empires 30
AN4153 Religious Change in Late Antiquity 30
AN4154 Tyrant - Madman - Fool - Knave: the Julio-Claudian Emperors 14-68 CE 30
AN4155 Religious Communities in the Late Antique World 30
AN4426 Roman Slavery 30
AN4427 Greeks and Others 30
AN4428 Eight Scenes from the Life of Alexander 30
CL4406 Herodotus 30
CL4419 Magic in Greco-Roman Literature and Life 30
CL4420 Fame, Tradition and Narrative: Homer's lliad 30
CL4421 The Ancient and Modern Novel 30
CL4433 Religions of the Greeks 30
CL4435 Greek Theatre 30
CL4437 Modern Classics: Classics in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 30
CL4438 Animals in Greco-Roman Antiquity 30
CL4444 Pleasure, Goodness and Happiness: Hellenistic Ethics 30
CL4445 Women in Ancient Societies 30
CL4449 After Virgil: The Aeneid and its Reception 30
CL4452 Knowledge and the World in Hellenistic Philosophy 30
CL4455 Roman Praise 30
CL4456 Pompeii 30
CL4458 Ethics and Lifestyles: Philosophy and Ways of Living in Antiquity 30
CL4461 Senecan Tragedy and its Reception 30
CL4462 Leaders and Leadership in the Ancient World 30
CL4500 Pleasure, Goodness and Happiness: Hellenistic Ethics 30
CL4502 Ethics and Lifestyles: Philosophy and Ways of Living in Antiquity 30
CL4602 From Classical Temple to Christian Basilica 30
CL4604 Greek Sculpture 30
GK4100 Greek Prose Composition 30
GK4102 Greek Tragedy 30
GK4105 Greek Rhetoric and Its Representation 30
GK4108 Helen of Troy and the Femme Fatale in Archaic and Classical Greek Literature 30
GK4109 Greek Literature in the Roman Empire 30
GK4110 Imagining the Symposium 30
GK4113 Greeks and Barbarians 30
GK4114 Hesiod and the near East 30
GK4115 Epiphanic Gods: Text and Context in the Homeric Hymns 30
GK4116 Greeks on Education 30
GK4117 Lies, History and Ideology 30
GK4118 Greeks and Romans: Greek Literature and Identity to the Age of Augustus 30
GK4121 Violence in Early Greek Poetry 30
GK4122 Wealth, Virtue and Happiness from Homer to Aristotle 30
GK4123 Narrating War in Graeco-Roman Antiquity: Herodotus, Thucydides, Polybius 30
GK4124 The History of Ancient Greek from Homer to the New Testament 30
LT4201 Roman Epic 30
LT4203 Latin Prose Composition 30
LT4207 Roman Comedy 30
LT4208 Late Latin 30
LT4209 Latin Historical Writing 30
LT4210 Latin Didactic Poetry 30
LT4211 Latin Letters 30
LT4212 Virgin Martyrs and Axe-Wielding Bishops 30
LT4213 Roman Satire 30
LT4214 Latin Philosophical Writing 30
LT4215 Senecan Tragedy 30
LT4216 The Art of Translation: Ovid in English 30
LT4217 Latin Oratory 30
LT4218 Women in Myth 30
LT4219 Roman Biography 30
LT4220 Latin Lyric 30
LT4221 The Tools of the Classicist 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
( CL4999 Dissertation (Short) in Ancient History, Ancient History and Archaeology, or Classical Studies 30 AND
View list 60 credits from Module List: AA4000 - AA4989, CL4600 - CL4699 AND
AA4001 Cities and Urban Life in Late Antiquity (300-700 CE) 30
AA4002 From Pompeii to Aquileia: the Archaeology of Roman Italy (50 BCE - 300 CE) 30
AA4121 The Ancient City of Rome 30
AA4122 Sacred Spaces in the Roman Empire 30
AA4130 The Roman Army 30
AA4149 The Archaeology of Minoan Crete 30
CL4602 From Classical Temple to Christian Basilica 30
CL4604 Greek Sculpture 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
View list 30 credits from Module List: AA4000 - AA4989, AN4000 - AN4989, CL4000 - CL4989 (excluding CL4794 - CL4797) )
AA4001 Cities and Urban Life in Late Antiquity (300-700 CE) 30
AA4002 From Pompeii to Aquileia: the Archaeology of Roman Italy (50 BCE - 300 CE) 30
AA4121 The Ancient City of Rome 30
AA4122 Sacred Spaces in the Roman Empire 30
AA4130 The Roman Army 30
AA4149 The Archaeology of Minoan Crete 30
AN4105 Roman Egypt 30
AN4106 Persia and the Greeks 30
AN4108 The Disintegration of the Roman Empire 30
AN4109 Death in Roman Culture 30
AN4110 The Culture of Roman Imperialism 30
AN4136 Alexander the Great 30
AN4146 The Supremacy of Greece: Athens and Sparta 479 - 362 BCE 30
AN4152 Ancient Empires 30
AN4153 Religious Change in Late Antiquity 30
AN4154 Tyrant - Madman - Fool - Knave: the Julio-Claudian Emperors 14-68 CE 30
AN4155 Religious Communities in the Late Antique World 30
AN4426 Roman Slavery 30
AN4427 Greeks and Others 30
AN4428 Eight Scenes from the Life of Alexander 30
CL4406 Herodotus 30
CL4419 Magic in Greco-Roman Literature and Life 30
CL4420 Fame, Tradition and Narrative: Homer's lliad 30
CL4421 The Ancient and Modern Novel 30
CL4433 Religions of the Greeks 30
CL4435 Greek Theatre 30
CL4437 Modern Classics: Classics in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 30
CL4438 Animals in Greco-Roman Antiquity 30
CL4444 Pleasure, Goodness and Happiness: Hellenistic Ethics 30
CL4445 Women in Ancient Societies 30
CL4449 After Virgil: The Aeneid and its Reception 30
CL4452 Knowledge and the World in Hellenistic Philosophy 30
CL4455 Roman Praise 30
CL4456 Pompeii 30
CL4458 Ethics and Lifestyles: Philosophy and Ways of Living in Antiquity 30
CL4461 Senecan Tragedy and its Reception 30
CL4462 Leaders and Leadership in the Ancient World 30
CL4500 Pleasure, Goodness and Happiness: Hellenistic Ethics 30
CL4502 Ethics and Lifestyles: Philosophy and Ways of Living in Antiquity 30
CL4602 From Classical Temple to Christian Basilica 30
CL4604 Greek Sculpture 30
Note:
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
Students following the Ancient History and Archaeology pathway may, with the permission of the Heads of School concerned, replace 30 credits from the range AA4000-AA4989,AN4000-AN4989,CL4000-CL4989 with appropriate modules in Mediaeval History.

Students following the Greek and Latin pathway may take Greek or Latin modules in their second language only if they have taken that language to William and Mary 200-level or St Andrews 2000-level.

Study abroad

In the case of students who spend part of the Honours programme on a recognised Study Abroad scheme, the Programme Requirements will be amended to take into account overseas courses which are approved by the relevant St Andrews School in the Learning Agreement (see www.st-andrews.ac.uk/studyabroad/outgoingstudents/AcademicInformation ).