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Faculty of Classics

 

Faculty of Classics, Cambridge (UK)
Friday 20th - Saturday 21st March 2015

An international symposium focused on analysing and elucidating the relationships between the linear Aegean writing systems of Greece and Cyprus (specifically Cretan 'Hieroglyphic', Linear A, Linear B, Cypro-Minoan and the later Cypriot Syllabary).

Website: http://www.cambridgeadventurer.net/urbs/

Attendance at the conference is free of charge and all are welcome. However, please contact Philippa Steele (pms45@cam.ac.uk) to register your interest in attending, as spaces will be limited.

A programme, paper titles, abstracts and further information will be made available nearer the time.

The conference is expected to begin at lunchtime on Friday 20th and to end at about 5.00pm on Saturday 21st March.

Organised by Dr Philippa M. Steele (pms45@cam.ac.uk)

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