Ancient Greece

The Ancient Greek orator, philanderer, drunk, traitor and hero would have felt at home in modern politics

Sanskrit isn’t the only ancient language to be affected by academic imperialism

Children of Athens is an absorbing romp through Greek (and Roman) history

In their lives we find fiercely opposed poles of a culture that has profoundly shaped our world

Britain does not owe Greece the Parthenon sculptures

A new excavation to find the third Riace statue is planned

Professor Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the nature of warfare in Ancient Greece and Rome