Classical Studies & Archaeology

University of Manchester
Classical Studies & Archaeology
Amelia Halls

This paper explores the famous Upper Palaeolithic cave art from Les Trois Frères from a new theoretical framework: relational ecology. Rather than approaching the artwork from an anthropocentric stance, the methodology of this paper will re-...

University of St Andrews
Classical Studies & Archaeology
Harry Winter

This Paper Examines Roman Slavery During The Republic And Imperial Periods In Order To Provide An Explanation For The Rarity Of Slave Revolts During The Imperial Period. Three Slave Wars Are Attested For The Republican Period Along With Several...

University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Classical Studies & Archaeology
Sierra Roark

Ongoing Excavations By X At Coan Hall (44NB11) Are Shedding New Light On The Lives Of 17th-Century English Colonists On The Northern Neck Of Virginia. Coan Hall Was Home To Colonel John Mottrom And His Family. Mottrom Was One Of The First...

University of British Columbia
Classical Studies & Archaeology
Emma Ramsden

This Paper Focuses On The Construction Of The Roman Witch In During The Late The Republic And Early Imperial Periods. I Attempt To Argue That The Roman Reworking Of The Witch Was A Reflection Of General Anxieties Of The Threat Of Magic To The New...

University of St Andrews
Classical Studies & Archaeology
Ayesha Purcell

This Essay Seeks To Understand The Ampullae Of Late Antiquity In Their Cosmological Context As Manifestations Of The Complex Relationships Between Pre-Existing And Contemporary Non-Proto-Orthodox Christian Traditions. Through An Examination Of...

University of St Andrews
Classical Studies & Archaeology
Ayesha Purcell

Using Kleins Theory Of Object-Relations, This Paper Explores How Concepts Of Fertility In Three Amazonian Tribes Can Be Interpreted As Expressions Of Womb Envy (Klein, 1957). This Paper Will Explore Examples Of Male Domination Of Female Fertility...

The Open University
Classical Studies & Archaeology
Richard Moon

Our Understanding Of The Past Is Developed Through Interpretations Of Written And Physical Evidence. This Is Problematic As Interpretation Within Any Socio-Political Context Is Imbued With Certain Bias, Effecting Both The Approach To The Handling...

Flinders University, Adelaide, SA
Classical Studies & Archaeology
Liam McGeagh

The Illicit Trade In Antiquities Is Widespread, Shrouded In Ambiguity And Causes Irreversible Damage To Cultural Heritage On A Global Scale. Current Solutions Involve Little More Than Hasty Military Intervention And Situational Ineffective Legal...

Durham University
Classical Studies & Archaeology
Jack Hart

This Essay Addresses The Issue Of The Varied Emotions That Accompany The Protagonist Of Sophocles' 'Electra'. In Contrast To Euripides' And Aeschylus' Versions Of The Electra Story, Sophocles Offers No Clear Signals That Neither Condemn Nor...

University of Birmingham
Classical Studies & Archaeology
Scott Gordon

A Significant Number Of Aegean Bronze Age Architectural Complexes In Minoan Crete And Mycenaean Greece Have Been Described As Palatial. However, Precise Definition Of This Term Is Seldom Offered. In This Essay, The Archaeological Excavation Sites...