The L6th Latinists have been studying some Love elegies by Propertius and Tibullus. You can find some translations here and here. They have written their own poems in the style of these authors. And Zofia’s coming soon…
Can you translate these famous Latin sayings? Do you find them still inspiring and relevant in modern times or not?
Sneha and Asyia of the Lower Sixth Ancient Greek class have been practising their Greek accents in an audio performance of the first scene in Aristophanes’ 411 BC comedy, ‘Lysistrata’. Lysistrata has called a meeting of all the women of Athens, but only her neighbour Calonice has bothered to come. She has a plan to […]
The Lower VI Classical Civilization group built a model of the Ancient Greek Theatre of Dionysus in Athens. Here, Felicity performs a self-penned tragic monologue. We see the shocked reactions of the audience and chorus, and finally the use of a mechane to raise the actor from the stage. The Lower VI Latin group’s Camara […]