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  • 5 May 2021
    Guides to the Coinage of the Ancient World

    Using Coins as Sources

    We hope you have been enjoying The Cambridge Forum webinar series! A couple of weeks ago, we had a great session exploring what coins can tell us about the Classical world....

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  • 27 Mar 2019
    Christian Laes

    The Single Life in the Roman and Later Roman World

    “What a great topic” – “I had never ever thought about it” – “There should be a book about this” – “Let’s discuss this further, later on”. Such were almost invariably the reactions of colleagues when, during a break at a conference or in more informal meetings, I brought up my interest for the theme […]

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  • 19 Mar 2018
    Alice Tranah

    Notes of a Bookseller: Victorian Spring

    About the Cambridge University Press Bookshop Cambridge University Press Bookshop opened in 1992, but the shop itself has been around for a great deal longer and selling books all the while; since 1581, in fact. Passing from hand to hand over the centuries, 1 Trinity Street was taken over in 1846 by Daniel and Alexander […]

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  • 28 Oct 2016

    Into the Intro – The Ancient City

    An introduction from Commisioning Editor Michael Sharp The ancient Greek and Roman worlds were defined by their cities. Ancient Greece actually comprised a large collection of cities, some of which founded offshoots across the Eastern and Western Mediterranean and into the Black Sea region, and it was in these cities that the foundations of Western […]

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