Good webistes to use for revision for Classical Civilisation A Level OcrWatch this thread
Does anyone know if there are any good websites for Classical Civlisation revision. There is a website I've been using for my other subjects (Science, English, Sociology etc) called Seneca. However, it does not have Classics as a course.
I'm currently supposed to be doing my GCSEs but obviously because of the Coronavirus they have been cancelled. I know I am going to do Classics next year (Year 12 - A Level) so both my teacher's and I thought we might as well do some preparation for that.
So I am looking for some websites like Seneca that actually do the A Level course. Does anyone know any good ones?
Sorry this is really long but I'd appreciate it if someone could help me
I currently already study it at GCSE and am doing it at A-Level.
In terms of preparation for A-levels depending on what your doing on your course finding any articles and podcasts on the relevant subject areas would be great.
This is taken from my future college's starting with confidence page (some of this may not be useful for you if you are studying different subject areas) I have highlighted in bold the stuff that will be most helpful as they are resources for the compulsory module
The Complete Illustrated History of Ancient Rome (for context reading)
Augustan Rome by Andrew Wallace-Hadrill
Homer: The Odyssey by Jasper Griffin
For reliable information on Augustus and other Ancient history topics:
for information on Greek Mythology and Odysseus: https://www.greekmythology.com/
Emperors of Rome: https://soundcloud.com/emperors-of-rome
Trojan War (background to Odyssey): http://trojanwarpodcast.com/
Range of topics: https://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/keywords/ancient-history
Films & TV shows
Odyssey (1997 film)
Empire (2005 TV series)
Troy - Fall of a City (BBC TV series 2017)
All the best