King's College London

Course Introduction

This course provides advanced study of Greek, Roman and Near Eastern history; archaeology and art; Greek and Latin language; literature and thought; late antique and Byzantine studies; reception studies.

Course Modules

Research includes: a companion to the Neronian age; contextual archaeology of burial practice: case studies from Roman Britain; Greek comedy and the discourse of genres; local history of Greek polytheism: gods, people and the land of Aigina, 800'400 BCE; anatomizing civil war: studies in Lucan's epic technique; Horace, odes, book i; the freedman in the Roman world; the Iliad in a nutshell: visualizing epic on the Tabulae Iliacae; the art of the body; Cratinus and the art of comedy; Jonson, Horace and the classical tradition; the art of art history in Greco'Roman antiquity; truly beyond wonders: Aelius Aristides and the cult of Asklepios; mystery cults in the ancient world.

Course Additional Entry

Master's in classics or a closely related subject; and good Honours degree (2.1 or above) or overseas equivalent.

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees
2 - 3 years
Full Time
MPhil £16,600  Academic year. First year overseas fees
2 - 3 years
Full Time
MPhil £4,600  Academic year. First year home fees
4 - 6 years
Part Time
MPhil £8,300  Academic year. First year overseas fees
4 - 6 years
Part Time
MPhil £2,300  Academic year. First year home fees
2 - 3 years
Full Time
PhD £16,600  Academic year. First year overseas fees
2 - 3 years
Full Time
PhD £4,600  Academic year. First year home fees
4 - 6 years
Part Time
PhD £8,300  Academic year. First year overseas fees
4 - 6 years
Part Time
PhD £2,300  Academic year. First year home fees