Language Courses in Ancient Greek and Latin
On Zoom, 21 June – 2 July 2021
The Classical Association of Ireland Latin Summer School 2021 provides an exciting opportunity to learn Latin through a two-
The Latin Summer School is designed for secondary school students between the ages of 15 and 18. If you are not studying Latin or Classics, but you are interested in ancient languages, this is the place for you! Whether you are studying Classical Studies or the new Junior Certificate Classics or not, the Summer School offers an exciting opportunity to explore the culture of the Romans through their language. Perhaps you want to improve your language learning skills or understanding, communicating and writing in English? Or you are exploring your academic future? If you are you thinking about studying Classical Civilisation, Archaeology, Classical Languages, Ancient or Medieval History, Philosophy, Religion, History of Art, Romance languages in college, the CAI Summer school is a great place to start!
Over the course of two weeks, you will immerse yourself in the language of Rome and engage in a variety of fun activities, led by experienced and passionate teachers. There will be interactive and online games, singing contests, Latin cartoons, and a bit of spoken Latin, too!
The Latin Summer School offers courses at Beginners level for students who have not studied Latin before. Each course has three 50-
In line with restrictions and guidelines issued by the HSE in relation to the spread of Covid-
· Contact hours: three classes/per day for two weeks
· Minimum age 15
· Course fee: €200
· Information and registration: Dr Cosetta Cadau, email@example.com
Visit the Classical Association of Ireland at www.classicalassociation.ie
Visit the Classical Association of Ireland Teachers at www.classicsteachers.com
Visit the Maynooth University Department of Ancient Classics at www.maynoothuniversity.ie/ancient-
Visit the Trinity College Department of Classics at www.tcd.ie/classics
Visit the University College Dublin School of Classics at www.ucd.ie/classics
The Latin and Ancient Greek Reading Groups continue on Zoom. Codes for the Zoom Sessions may be obtained by emailing Mr Liam Bairead (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Schedule may be found here.
The Ancient Greek Reading Circle
The Ancient Greek Reading Circle is a group that meets under the auspices of CAI (Dublin) to share a mutual interest and pleasure in Ancient Greek literature. We welcome you this Autumn to a new series of sessions to consider, translate and discuss texts from authors belonging to any of the eras and areas that produced Greek literature from the 8th Century BC to the Byzantine age. Each session will be guided by a leader who will situate the chosen text in its historical and literary context and who will moderate the translation and discussion to follow.
All sessions are on MONDAYS @ 7pm.
Venue is TCD, Arts Block, Department of Classics (6th Floor)
The Latin Reading Group
The Latin Reading Group meets under the auspices of CAI (Dublin) to share a mutual interest and pleasure in Latin literature from its beginnings onwards, with an emphasis on the classical literature. We welcome you this Autumn to a new series of sessions to consider, translate and discuss texts from authors producing Latin literature from the 3rd Century BC to modern times. Each session will be guided by a leader who will situate the chosen text in its historical and literary context and who will moderate the translation and discussion to follow.
All sessions are on FIRST WEDNESDAYS @ 7.30pm.
Venue is UCD, Newman Block School of Classics, Room K217 (2nd Floor)
Department of Classics
Trinity College Dublin
International Byzantine Greek Summer School
Trinity College Dublin
14 July – 10 August 2019
The Department of Classics at Trinity College Dublin is delighted to welcome back the International Byzantine Greek Summer School (IBGSS) in July–August 2019. This well-
Level 1 Beginners: 14–27 July 2019
Level 2/2.5 Intermediate: 28 July – 10 August 2019
Level 3 Advanced Reading: 28 July – 10 August 2019
Further information: www.tcd.ie/Classics/byzantine/
Please complete and return the form at www.tcd.ie/Classics/byzantine
Deadline: 12 April 2019
Course fee: €450/two weeks
Accommodation: can be booked on application to the course at €400/two weeks
A limited number of student bursaries are available for this course.