In MA Classical Archaeology and Greek, you will combine the study of the material record of the Graeco-Roman world with the study of the ancient Greek language. The study of the literature, languages and material culture of the classical civilisations requires the development of a wide range of disciplinary skills. By combining language expertise, literary analysis, and understanding of society through its literature with the intellectual and visual skills used by archaeologists and art historians, you will gain a valuable dual perspective on the ancient world. Study of this complex evidence, both written and material, fosters an understanding of societies and people who are chronologically remote but highly significant for the modern world. You will learn from our range of expert teaching staff, who are drawn from many countries and maintain strong international links. In addition to our own resources and those of the University library, you will have access to the outstanding collections of the National Library of Scotland and the National Museum of Scotland. Both are located near to the University.