The first issue of Gorffennol can now be accessed here: Gorffennol Issue 1.
Articles can also be accessed individually.
|Laura Wiseman, ‘Behind Hittite lines’, written for Introduction to ancient Egyptian History and Civilisation (CLE121)|
|Catriona Allon, ‘Was the Falange fascist?’, written for Europe of Extremes (HIH121)|
|Oliver Leighton, ‘What benefits could a small city expect from joining a large hegemonic league?’, written for Greek City States (CLH264)|
|Sam Price, ‘In what way can the Wehrmacht be viewed as complicit in atrocities committed by the SS against Jews, POWs and civilians in Russia?’, written for Occupied Europe (HIH258)|
|Edwin Rose, ‘How important was religious affiliation to the reception of the Copernican account of the universe in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries?’, written for Athens to Los Alamos: Science in the ancient and modern worlds (HIH260)|
|Lois Robinson, ‘How important was rope to antiquity?’, written for Ancient History Dissertation (CLD300)|
|Charlotte Watts, ‘Why is water an effective ingredient in rituals, when it is considered a source of danger in Ancient Egypt?’, written for Magic and ritual in ancient Egypt (CLE335)|
|Howard Leung, ‘In what ways did the city of Batavia slowly adapt to the realities of life in tropical Java?’, written for European Empires in the East (HIH3178)|
|Gemma Almond, ‘To what extent has the concept of ‘deformity’ affected Richard III’s image and character?’ written for Blood and Roses: England 1475-1500 (HIH3258)|