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  1. Hellenic College of London was a bilingual school in Knightsbridge, London. It was founded in 1980 by former King Constantine II and Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, and closed in 2005. It started as a boarding school, but it later also functioned as a day school. The second headmaster was James Wardrobe.

    • Byzantium at King’s College London
    • The Koraes Chair
    • Studying Byzantium and Modern Greece at King's

    Scholars at King’s College London have studied and taught about the Byzantine world and its culture for at least 150 years. This interest emerged long before the subject became popular, drawing partly on the College’s establishment upon foundation, on the teaching of classics, and also on its commitment to church history. This interest is further r...

    The Koraes Chair of Modern Greek and Byzantine History, Language and Literature was established in 1918, with generous support from the Greek business community and the Parliament of the Hellenes, as a focal point in the UK and beyond for the study of Greek history, language and culture from the end of antiquity to the present day. The Chair’s scop...

    Both at the BA level and at the graduate level, the Department of Classics offers a range of modules that include the study of Byzantium and the Modern Greek world, covering Byzantine and Modern Greek history and society, art and archaeology, medical knowledge, ecclesiastical affairs, and also Modern Greek literature and receptions of the past. Opt...

  2. A warm welcome to the St. Panteleimon Hellenic College! Our Hellenic College of St-Panteleimon & St Paraskevi is a small Greek School, located in Harrow. It offers Greek Education to children of Greek or Cypriot origin or other children who choose to learn the Greek language.

  3. The Hellenic Institute at Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL), is a research centre for the interdisciplinary and diachronic study of Hellenism. Based in the School of Humanities, Department of History, it maintains close links with the Department of Classics and cooperates with other RHUL Departments and Centres.

  4. Hellenic College of London was a bilingual school in Knightsbridge, London. It was founded in 1980 by former King Constantine II and Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, and closed in 2005. It started as a boarding school, but it later also functioned as a day school. The second headmaster was James Wardrobe.

  5. The MA in History: Hellenic Studies enables students to develop their knowledge and appreciation of Greek history and culture from the Homeric and Classical age, through the Hellenistic and Roman times, the Byzantine and Post-Byzantine period to the modern world.