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Classical Archaeology Seminars


Seminars will take place remotely and start at 16:30 (via Zoom <>). All are welcome.


The schedule for Michaelmas 2020 is as follows:



Thomas MATTHEWS-BOEHMER (University of Cambridge)

Urban cemeteries in Roman Northwestern Europe: new perspectives



Carrie MURRAY (Brock University)

Worship at a Crossroad of the Mediterranean: Cultural Interaction at the Lago di Venere Sanctuary, Pantelleria



James WHITLEY (University of Cardiff)

Bridging the Narrative Divide: Bild und Lied Before and After the 'Dark Ages'



Sarah SHEARD (University of Cambridge)

Sitting women: a new way of reading gender in wall paintings from Pompeii



Tiziana D’ANGELO (University of Nottingham)

Amazones antianerai: the Amazonomachy myth in Hellenistic Etruria



Jane MASSEGLIA (University of Leicester)

Hoodies with knives: an illustrated field guide to the Romans of rural Anatolia



Naoise MACSWEENEY (University of Vienna)

Rethinking Greek Colonisation (again)




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