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Faculty of Classics



Seminars will take place on Wednesdays between 4.30 pm and 6 pm, in room 1.11, in the Faculty of Classics building.  NOTE a change of time for 31 January.



All Welcome!

24 January: Danny Bate
'Wackernagel's Law and Reconstructing the Syntax of Proto-Indo-European'

31 January, 5.30 pm:  Joanne Stolk - CANCELLED
'Scribal corrections in Greek papyri as evidence for language change'

21 February: Anna Chahoud - CANCELLED
'Satura to Satire: Registers of Personal Poetry from Ennius to Lucilius'

6 March: Nathan Hill
'Competing perspectives on the reconstruction of uvulars in Old Chinese'







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