Month: June 2014

Mons Claudianus Roman fort and quarry in the Eastern Desert of Egypt

The University of Wales Trinity St David views itself as a ‘connected university’, and that is certainly true with regard to the School of Classics.  Our lecturers hail not just from the UK, but also Greece, Sweden, Germany, and the …

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The enduring image of the follicle mites from Jesse Stommel’s keynote speech on Zombie pedagogies

The School of Classics at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David has been at the forefront of innovative pedagogies in Higher Education for several years now.  A variety of projects, from embedding employability in the curriculum through skills-related assessments …

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Listening for the sound of the loom weights on a loom set up as part of Dr Anna Rosa Tricomi's ongoing experiment

All seven lecturers in the School of Classics at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David are research active and, come the Christmas and Summer vacations, are often to be found in museums and libraries, and on archaeological sites around …

Summer Research into Ancient Roman Textiles Read More »

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