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Classical Archaeology Seminars

Seminars will be held on Tuesdays at 16:30 in room 1.04 in the Faculty of Classics. All are welcome.

23rd January

Francesco Sirano (Director of the Archaeological Park of Herculaneum)

Herculaneum: the opportunities of the new Archaeological Park

6th February

Tiziana D’Angelo (Faculty of Classics)

Becoming Roman? Power and crisis in South Italian funerary painting

13th February

Michael Loy (Faculty of Classics)

Small finds and Big Data. Regional patterning in Archaic Greece

20th February

Tulsi Parikh (Faculty of Classics)

Polytheism and the distribution of votives in Corinthia

27th February

Guy D. Stiebel (Tel-Aviv University)

East is East and West is West? Roman Jerusalem and its elusive military camp

6th March

Alessandro Launaro (Faculty of Classics)

The transformations of Roman Italy: the view from Interamna Lirenas

13th March

Naomi Sykes (University of Exeter)

Animal invasions: the bio-cultural impact and legacy of the Roman Empire

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