Cleopatra and the Augustan poets
with George Sharpley at Gloucester Cathedral,
Saturday 14th April 2018, 10am-4.30pm
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Cleopatra was vilified as a foreign seductress, waylaying not one but two prominent leaders of Rome. At first read, the poets Virgil and Horace seem to reflect the misgivings of their contemporaries. But on closer inspection what else do we find? Did the ‘Helen’ of her time really take her own life? This course will study the original Latin.
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A PDF of the course materials will be emailed a few weeks before the course. A printed version can be provided on the day for an additional charge of £8 payable on enrolment.
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£50 [conc. £45]
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Sat 14th April 2018
10.00am - 4.30pm
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