• The Public Art and Architecture of Ancient Rome from Augustus to Constantine,with specific reference to the following set works:

    Patrician Carrying Busts, Pont du Gard, Ara Pacis, Theatre at Lepcis Magna, Maison Carree, Colosseum, Arch of Titus, Trajan's Column, Pantheon, Hadrian's Villa, Hadrian's Baths, Mosaics, Bust of Commodus, Temple of Bacchus, Bust of Philip and the Arch of Constantine.

  • Virgil's Aeneid with particular reference to Books 1, 2 ,4 ,6; including the structure, plot and characters of the poem, the function of the gods and the theme of Rome's World Mission.
  • The ideas and character of Socrates as they appear in Plato's Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo, with particular reference to the reasons for Socrates' trial and conviction, the citizen's duty to the state, the nature and purpose of the scienctific method, and death and the afterlife.
  • Greek Science


    Science after Aristotle with specific reference to : Natural Science, medicine, mathematics, astronomy and Mechanics