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A Celebration of Eighty Years for Anthony Snodgrass

A Celebration of Eighty Years for Anthony Snodgrass
When Nov 07, 2014 09:00 AM to
Nov 09, 2014 12:00 PM
Where Magdalene College, Cambridge
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A Celebration of Eighty Years for Anthony Snodgrass

Anthony Snodgrass created one of the most influential schools of
Mediterranean Archaeology. The impact of his work is not only seen in his
publications.  It is a measure of his standing as a scholar and supervisor
that his former research students hold senior positions in institutions
across the United Kingdom, the United States, Greece and Australia.

The pupils and colleagues of Anthony propose a non-residential
conference to celebrate his eighty years. This will take place in the
Magdalene College, Cripps conference centre in Cambridge between the 7th
and 9th November 2014.

For further details see:

http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/iron_age/Snodgrass

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