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The Centre for Hellenistic and Romano-Greek Culture and Society has organised and hosted many related research conferences. These conferences draw together academics and postgraduates for discussion, research dissemination and to promote research collaborations.

Forthcoming events: Antigonid Network Seminars

  • 3-4th November 2022 - Conference: Stranger Kings in Antiquity, University of Exeter. Hosted by the Centre for Hellenistic and Romano-Greek Culture and Society, and supported by the Classical Association, the Institute of Classical Studies, and The Hellenic Society.
  • Tuesday 6th December 2022 – Monica D’Agostini, ‘Philip V, Messene and Aratus’ Panhellenic Dream’
  • Tuesday 31st January 2023 – Kostas Buraselis, ‘Remarks on a royal funeral at Salamis (Cyprus)’
  • Tuesday 21st March 2023 – Sofia Kravaritou, ‘Thessaly and the Antigonids: insights into Hellenistic religion in context’
  • Tuesday 25th April 2023 – Charalampos Chrysafis, ‘Antigonid Garrisons in Greek Poleis after 301 BCE’
  • Tuesday 16th May 2023 – Emma Nicholson, on her book (2023) Philip V of Macedon in Polybius’ Histories: Politics, History and Fiction, OUP.
  • Tuesday 13th June 2023 – Shane Wallace, ‘Athens and the Antigonids’

 Past events

  • Tuesday 20th September 2022, Annelies Cazemier, ‘Antigonid kings and Greek sanctuaries’
  • Tuesday 28th June 2022, 5 pm (UK), Annelies Cazemier, on ‘Antigonid kings and Greek sanctuaries’. 
  • Tuesday 7th June 2022, 5 pm (UK), Paschalis Paschidis on “City, ethnos and king in Antigonid Macedonia: the evidence from the new asylia decrees”. The recording can be found here.
  • Tuesday 19th April 2022, 5 pm (UK), Yiannis Xydopoulos, on "Philip III: a puppet king". The recording can be found here.
  • Tuesday 15th February 2022, 5 pm (UK), Franca Landucci on her book, (2021) Diodoro Siculo. Biblioteca storica. Libri XIX-XX. The recording can be found here.
  • Tuesday 7th December 2021, 5 pm (UK), Manuela Mari on “Interactions between Antigonid kings and local authorities” (epigraphy)
  • Tuesday 9th November 2021, 5 pm (UK), Francesco Ferrara on his book, (2020) Basileus e Basileia. Forme e luoghi della regalità macedone, Edizioni Quasar.
  • Tuesday 28th September 2021, 5 pm (UK), Robin Waterfield on his book, (2021) The Making of a King. Antigonus Gonatas of Macedon and the Greeks, University of Chicago Press.
  • The Sensoaesthetic Aspect of Ancient Materials, 1st -2nd of July 2021, University of Exeter in Collaboration with The Cyprus Institute. A workshop organized by Maria Gerolemou (A. G. Leventis Research Associate, University of Exeter) and Thilo Rehren (A. G. Leventis Professor for Archaeological Sciences, The Cyprus Institute)
  • Change and Resilience in Antiquity Seminar Series April – July 2021. Programme Change and Resilience in Antiquity Seminar Series April – July 2021
  • Tuesday 15th June 2021, 5pm BST: Chrysanthi Kallini, on pottery in Antigonid Macedonia. The recording can be found here.
  • Tuesday 18th May 2021, 5 pm BST: Olga Palagia on Antigonid Portraiture. The recording can be found here.
  • Tuesday 9th March 2021, 5 pm BST: Katerina Panagopoulou on her book, Τhe Early Antigonids: Coinage, Money and the Economy (2021). The recording can be found here.
  • Tuesday 26th January 2021, 5 pm BST: Peter Van Alfen on The Antigonid Coins Online project. The recording can be found here.
  • Thursday 26th November 2020, 4.30 pm BST: Monica D’Agostini on her book, The Rise of Philip V (2019). The recording can be found here.
  • Friday 25th September 2020, 9 am BST: Charlotte Dunn & Pat Wheatley on their book, Demetrius the Besieger (2020). The recording can be found here.
  • Technological Animation in Classical Antiquity, supported by the A. G. Leventis Foundation, 6th – 7th December 2019. 
  • Day-School: Kings, Queens and Cities. An informal day-school with Sheila Ager. 30th April 2019, University of Exeter.
  • Conference: Macedonia After Alexander: the Antigonids and their Kingdom, 8th June 2018, University of Exeter. Supported by the A.G. Leventis Foundation. Macedonia After Alexander: the Antigonids and their Kingdom
  • Day-School: Dynastica Hellenistica. An informal day-school with Pat Wheatley. 17th November 2017, University of Exeter.
  • Dialogues between Greece and the East, 9-12 September 2013, An international conference organised and funded through the Leventis Initiative on the Impact of Greek Culture.
  • On the Psyche: Studies in Literature, Health, and Psychology, 4-7 July 2013, A conference supported by the College of Humanities, the Centre for Medical History, and the Classics Department, University of Exeter, to celebrate the work of Professor Christopher Gill.
  • Cultural F(r)ictions in Hellenistic Literature, 27-28 September 2012.
  • Approaches to Ancient Medicine, 2011, Supported by the Classical Association and the Wellcome Trust, at the Centre for Medical History, University of Exeter.