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26 September 202316:00

Book launch hosted by the Centre for Classical Reception: "Poggio Bracciolini, Eulogies: Six Laments for Dead Friends", edited by Jeroen De Keyser and Hester Schadee

Jeroen De Keyser (Leuven), Brian J. Maxson (East Tennessee), Hester Schadee (Exeter). Full details
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3 October 202319:00

Book launch: Emily Hauser (Exeter), "Ancient Love Stories. The Most Remarkable Romances in History".

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4 October 202311:30

Tim Whitmarsh (Cambridge), "The Greek Cento, Between Pagan and Christian"

Joint CAH - T&R research seminar. Full details
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11 October 202312:30

Daniel Sutton (Cambridge), "Exchanging Words: Language and Civil War in Ancient Greek and Roman Thought"

CAH research seminar, co-hosted by the Department of Social and Political Sciences, Philosophy, and Anthropology. Full details
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25 October 202311:30

Charlotte Spence (Exeter): "Seu gen(tili)s seu Ch(r)istianus: The Bath Curse Tablets and the Questions of Individual Versus Traditional Religious Practice"; Alice van den Bosch (Exeter), "A Comedy of Martyrs? Gender and Performance in the Mart

CAH research seminar. Full details
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8 November 202311:30

Edward Creedy (King’s College London), "Assuming the Mask of Humanity: a New Foundation for Clement of Alexandria’s Christology on the Roman Stage"

Joint CAH - T&R research seminar, hosted by the Centre for Hellenistic and Later Greek Studies. Full details
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22 November 202311:30

Penny Coombe (Getty), "A Veneer of Empire? Coloured Marble Architectural Veneers in Roman Colchester"

CAH research seminar, hosted by the Centre for Motion and Connectivity in the Ancient World. Full details
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6 December 202311:30

Michiel Meeusen (Bonn/Leuven), "Medical Culture and Learned Society in the High Roman Empire"

CAH research seminar, co-hosted by the Centre for the Study of Science, Technology, Ancient Medicine and Philosophy and the Centre for Medical History. Full details
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