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Classical Archaeology Seminars

Seminars start at 4.30pm and finish at 6pm, they are held in room 1.04 in the Faculty of Classics. All are welcome

10 October
James Heidel (President, The Antinoupolis Foundation)
Recent field work at Antinoupolis
(Joint seminar with the Egyptian World Seminar Series,
McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, to be held at the McDonald)

17 October
Manuel Flecker (Tuebingen)
Resemblance - touch - reproduction. First thoughts on the relationship between sculpture and cast in antiquity

24 October
Robin Cormack (Cambridge)
Exploring Thessaloniki: a mismatch of art history and urban history

31 October
John Hanson (Colorado)
Oppidum cadavera: Assessing the impact of ancient urban systems on the development of Europe

7 November [No seminar]

14 November [No seminar]

21 November
Ben Russell (Edinburgh)
Aeclanum: A city on the Appia from the Samnite period to Late Antiquity

28 November
Burak Belge (Mersin University)
Anatolian Historic City Centres in Multilayered Context

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