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#AskAnAcademic are a suite of videos wherein our academics will answer teacher and pupil questions on topics from the Classical Civilisation and Ancient History curricula, as well as giving an idea of their own research interests and talking more generally about their subjects.

Follow this link to find out more about our staff and their research interests. If you would like to send ideas for questions, or members of staff you would like to see talk about a specific topic, or have any feedback on the site and what you want to see, please use the comments section below or email me at paul dot grigsby at warwick dot ac dot uk. We will not be able to answer every question, but we hope that #AskAnAcademic will be a useful and interesting resource for teachers and students of Classics, as well as members of the public with an interest in the ancient classical world.

#AskAnAcademic is funded by the generous support of the Warwick Public Engagement Fund.

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#AskAnAcademic: Prof. Michael Scott on Ancient Greek Religion Part One: Introduction

#AskAnAcademic: Prof. Michael Scott on Ancient Greek Religion Part Two: Festivals

#AskAnAcademic: Prof. Michael Scott on Ancient Greek Religion Part Three: Miasma

#AskAnAcademic: Dr. Clare Rowan on The Age of Augustus on Coins Part One: Divi Filius, Imperator, Augustus

#AskAnAcademic: Dr. Clare Rowan on The Age of Augustus on Coins Part Two: Culture Hero, Later Representations, Pater Patriae

#AskAnAcademic: Prof. Michael Scott on the Ancient Greek Symposium Part One: Setting up the Symposium

#AskAnAcademic: Prof. Michael Scott on the Ancient Greek Symposium Part Two: Viewing Images in the Symposium

#AskAnAcademic: Prof.Zahra Newby on Myth, Art and Architecture Part One: Greek Myth in Art and Architecture

#AskAnAcademic: Prof.Zahra Newby on Myth, Art and Architecture Part Two: Greek Myth and Funerary Art

#AskAnAcademic: Prof.Zahra Newby on Myth, Art and Architecture Part Three: Ancient Iconoclasm and Art as History

#AskAnAcademic: Prof. James Davidson Love and Relationships Part One: Women in the Greek and Roman World

#AskAnAcademic: Prof. James Davidson Love and Relationships Part Two: Greek Love