CONF: Cardiff Ancient History Research Seminars

seen on the Classicists list:

Ancient History Research Seminars, 2012-13
School of History, Archaeology and Religion
Cardiff University

Venue: Humanities Building, Cardiff University, Colum Drive, Cardiff CF10 3EU
All seminars and lectures take place at 5.10pm

Autumn Semester
8th October, room 4.45
Dr Kyle Erickson, University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Playing with the Gods: Antiochus IV and the Seleucid Pantheon

22nd October, room 0.36
Classical Association Lecture
Prof. Luuk de Ligt, Leiden
Demographic recovery after the Second Punic War

12th November, room 4.45
Dr Jessica Hughes, Open University
The arch of Constantine and Roman memory

26th November, room 0.36
Classical Association Lecture
Dr Louis Rawlings, Cardiff
The significance of insignificant engagements: warfare beyond the lines of battle in the Punic wars

10th December, room 4.45
Rob Brown, Cardiff
Byzantine Cappadocia: power, piety and painted churches

Spring Semester
4th February, room 4.45
Dr Nigel Pollard, Swansea
The bombing of Pompeii

18th February, room 4.45
Joshua Hall, Cardiff
Images of warfare in Etruria: between a Greek and Etruscan way of war

4th March, room 0.36
Classical Association Lecture (in association with the Hellenic Society)
Prof. Vivian Nutton, UCL
New discoveries in ancient pharmacology

18th March, room 4.45
Dr Mark Bradley, Nottingham
Foul bodies in ancient Rome

22th April, room 0.36
Classical Association Lecture (in association with the Roman Society)
Dr Edward Bispham, Oxford
Rome, Italy and the Adriatic in the third century

All welcome. For any updates to the programme please check the department webpages (http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/share/newsandevents/events/ancienthistory/ancienthistoryresearchseminars2012-13.html) or email bradleygj AT cf.ac.uk.

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