Issue 1: January 2015

The first issue of Gorffennol can now be accessed here: Gorffennol Issue 1.


Articles can also be accessed individually.

Year One
Laura Wiseman, ‘Behind Hittite lines’, written for Introduction to ancient Egyptian History and Civilisation (CLE121)

Laura Wiseman Behind Hittite Lines

Catriona Allon, ‘Was the Falange fascist?’, written for Europe of Extremes (HIH121)

Catriona Allon Was the Falange fascist

Year Two
Oliver Leighton, ‘What benefits could a small city expect from joining a large hegemonic league?’, written for Greek City States (CLH264)

Oliver Leighton What benefits could a small city expect

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)

Sam Price In what way can the Wehrmacht be viewed

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)

Edwin Rose How important was religious affiliation

Year Three
Lois Robinson, ‘How important was rope to antiquity?’, written for Ancient History Dissertation (CLD300)

Lois Robinson How important was rope to antiquity

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)

Charlotte Watts Why is water an effective ingredient in rituals

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)

Howard Leung Batavia was built as a clear cut copy

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)

Gemma Almond Richard III