Simon Trezise is an Associate Professor in the School of Drama, Film and Music at Trinity College, Dublin. His research focuses on the music of Debussy and France in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the history and practice of recording, aspects of performance practice and film music. His publications include Debussy: La Mer (Cambridge University Press, 1995) and The Cambridge Companion to Debussy (editor, Cambridge University Press, 2003).Eleanor Dickey is Professor of Classics at the University of Reading. She has published widely on the Latin and Greek languages and the ways in which they were studied in antiquity, including Greek Forms of Address (1996), Latin Forms of Address (2002) and Ancient Greek Scholarship (2007). She also has extensive experience of teaching elementary languages, both Greek and Latin, and has brought to bear on her understanding of ancient language-teaching materials both that experience in general and specific tests of the Colloquia on modern students. In 2014 Professor Dickey was elected as a Fellow of the British Academy.