Lecture 3

Continued overview of Ancient History; Hellenistic World to the Death of Caesar, so probably a little more time next lecture to get to the Fall of Rome.

Not much chance for group interaction at this point, but that doesn’t worry me as we’re only doing the overview. Some people are keen to raise questions, allowing clarification and breaking (for want of a better word) the monotony of a lecture. That’s not to suggest I find my lectures boring, but there is a limit to how long one can actively listen to a single voice without drifting.

Research for the essay continues; having some of my A-level notes posted down by my parents which should arrive tomorrow. Considering this very post is now longer than 100 words, the limit of 1000 is beginning to seem very daunting. Perhaps some extreme cuts will be required in the editing stage.


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