This week the School of Classics at Lampeter (University of Wales Trinity Saint David) has been running a Classics Summer School (29th of June to the 4th of July). The Summer School was organised by Dr Matthew Cobb and Mrs Joanne Price, and taught by Dr Magdalena Ohrman. From Monday to Friday a group of seven highly dedicated Summer School students came for 20 hours of Class of Advanced Latin. They studied a variety of texts from Ovid to Ausonius with Magdalena who provided detailed insight relating to past and future research interests. As well as the academic side a number of other activities were put such as the trip to the seaside town of Aberaron, a Classics research talk with wine reception, and a formal dinner. Our Summer School students worked hard, learnt a lot, but also clearly had a lot of fun.

 

ATT00001 (2)The Good-Bye Dinner on Friday at the Castle Green with a number of the Summer School Students

 

 

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