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Classical Archaeology Seminars

Classical Archaeology Seminars


4.30pm in Room 1.04, Faculty of Classics - all welcome!


10 October (please note that this lecture will start at 5pm, room LG17, Faculty of Law, Sidgwick Site)

Jack Davis and Sharon Stocker (University of Cincinnati): Sometimes all that glitters is gold: The Tomb of the Griffin Warrior at Pylos


18 October

Anja Slawisch (University of Cambridge): Death in Panormos: preliminary results of the excavations at the Archaic necropolis of Panormos-Mavisehir (Turkey)


25 October

Hariclia Brecoulaki (National Hellenic Research Foundation): Minding the gap: Surviving works and lost masterpieces of ancient Greek painting


1 November

James Cahill (University of Cambridge): Classical plaster casts: The contemporary artistic context


8 November

Mario Torelli (Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei): A struggle among ancestral gods: The sanctuary of Inuus near Ardea


15 November

Michael Lindblom (Uppsala University): Malthi revisited. The (mis)fortunes of a fortified Bronze Age settlement


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