What sets Classics apart as unique and different to other Humanities subjects such as Philosophy, Languages, Literature, Law, History, Politics and the Performing and Visual Arts is that Classics clutches the very fabric of their foundations to its breast. Whilst the other Humanities germinate, bloom and branch out from the classical seed, the Classics looks ever inwards to study every wondrous facet of that crystalline germ of western civilisation: the ancient Greek and Roman world.