2015 – PhD – Classics and Ancient History – University of Bristol

2010 – MA – Classics and Ancient History – University of Manchester

2009 – BA Hons. – Classical Studies – University of Manchester

Other Publications


Under Contract 2021 – Time and Chronology in Creation Narratives. Abingdon: Routledge.

2021 –  Aberrant Bodies: Monsters in Ancient Greek Literature. Routledge.


Planned – ‘Ending with a Beginning: The Book of Revelation as a Christian Adaptation of Ancient Mediterranean Creation Narratives’

In preparation – ‘Representations of Time in the Orphic and Mithriac Iconography’

2019 – Mitchell, F. and Cobb, M. Eros at Junnar: A Reappraisal of a Piece of Mediterranean Art’. Greece and Rome 66(2), 203-226.

2014 – Introduction: Sound and Silence’. HARTS & Minds, 1(4).

2013 – ‘Monstrous Omens in Herodotus’ Histories’. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient Literature. 


Forthcoming 2021 – ‘Bodies as a Measures of Time in the Orphic Theogonies’ in Mitchell, F. (ed.) Time and Chronology in Creation Narratives. Abingdon: Routledge.

Forthcoming 2020 – ‘The Augean Stables’ in Ogden, D. (ed.)  Oxford Companion to Hercules. Oxford: Oxford University Press USA.

Forthcoming 2020 – ‘Destruction and Creation: Monstrous Hybrids in the Primordial Cosmos’ in S. Lewis and S. Newington (eds.) Animals and Monsters in Ancient Religion and Culture: Between Worlds. London: Routledge.

2018 – ‘The Universe from an Egg – Ancient Greco-Indian Interactions in Myth’ in Cobb. M, (ed.) Indian Ocean Trade in Antiquity: Economic, Social and Cultural. London: Routledge.

Blog Posts

  • Hello world! (Time and Chronology in Creation Narratives, 2017-11-12)


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