This year we are celebrating Oxford Scholarship Online (OSO) turning fifteen. As a part of this celebration we are shining a spotlight on the different subject areas available on OSO.
Oxford University Press has the largest, most distinguished and internationally recognized publishing programme in Classical Studies. The module on OSO provides direct and easy access to many of the distinguished key and new titles in the discipline, including essential scholarly works by leading classical scholars on Greek and Latin literature and culture, and Ancient History.
Delve in to this subject area with our selected reading list:
- 'Introduction: Investigating an Urban Economy' from The Economy of Pompeii by Miko Flohr and Andrew Wilson
- 'The Etna Idea' from Pietro Bembo on Etna by Gareth D. Williams
- 'Transport and Communication' from The Archaeology of Byzantine Anatolia by Philipp Niewohner
- 'Introduction: Approaches to the Fountain' from Women Classical Scholars by Rosie Wyles and Edith Hall
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