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Cambridge Late Antiquity Network Seminar (CLANS):  Easter Terms 2024

All seminars will be held  Room 1.04 first floor, Faculty of Classics

 

Wednesday 1st May at 4–5:30pm:

Dr. Marios Costambeys (University of Liverpool), The Feast of All Saints on 1st November: When?  Where?  Why?

 

Friday 10th May at 2.30-4pm:

Prof. Mark Vessey (University of British Columbia), New Latin scriptures, or an author’s work? Reading Jerome’s catalogue of famous men (De viris illustribus / De scriptoribus ecclesiasticis)

 

Friday 17th May at 2.30-4pm:

Dr. Jamie Wood (University of Lincoln), What's in a name? Slavery and the making of the Church in late antique Iberia

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