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    I am really confused on the difference between these two courses! Do both courses allow you to study history, philosophy, literature, language, archaeology, politics and art all on one course? along with Latin/Greek?

    And how to combined courses work? For example, if I wanted to do either course combined with philosophy - wouldn't philosophy be studied in classics/classical studies
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