The BSA is a UK-registered charity and is one of seven British International Research Institutes that receive annual funding from the British Academy. The School exists to promote research of international excellence in all disciplines pertaining to Greek lands, from fine art to archaeometry and in all periods to modern times. For more information about our research and teaching activities, visit https://www.bsa.ac.uk.
Temple Tales: Olympia and Eleusis in myth and reality
'Temple Tales' is a podcast exploring the archaeology of the ancient Greek sites of Olympia and Eleusis alongside the myths surrounding both sites. This podcast is particularly aimed at students and teachers of the UK GCSE Classical Civilisation module on 'Myth and Religion', but is suitable for anyone interested in the religion, myths, and archaeology of ancient Greece. It will be launched at 2pm on June 18th (UK time) and will remain available to view freely after that time.
Friday 18 June de 14:00 à 23:59 (Podcast will go live at 14:00 on June 18th and remain freely available after this time.)
Saturday 19 June de 00:01 à 23:59
Sunday 20 June de 00:01 à 23:59
Children, Family, Adults, General public, SchoolchildrenSchoolchildren :
Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)
This podcast is particularly aimed at students and teachers of the UK GCSE Classical Civilisation module on 'Myth and Religion'.Accessibility
Mobility issues / wheelchair, Visual disability, Hearing disability
Online event. Captions will be provided on the video, and important features of visual elements will be described verbally.
+30 211 1022 804
- Vase showing Persephone leaving Hades. BM 1848,0619.3 © The Trustees of the British Museum, CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
- Pelops and Hippodameia in a chariot race at Olympia. Metropolitan Museum, 26.60.31-32. Public domain.