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Looking Ahead

There are no conferences or lectures scheduled at this time.

Past Events in 2011

November

Zenobia, Queen of the Desert Sunday November 6
Zenobia, Queen of the Desert by Prof. Trevor Bryce.
Sunday November 6
Studies in Greek Epic and Near Eastern Literature by Mr Adam English.

October

The economy of Cyprus in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD Sunday October 2
The economy of Cyprus in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD by Dr Pamela Davenport.
Plutarch in Perspective Sunday October 2
Plutarch in Perspective by Ms Caitlin Prouatt.

September

Identity Theft in the Ancient Mediterranean Sunday September 11
Identity Theft in the Ancient Mediterranean by Professor Erich Gruen.

August

Public Lecture (QFAAIA): Wall Paintings in the Palace of Nestor at Pylos Thursday August 18
Public Lecture (QFAAIA): Wall Paintings in the Palace of Nestor at Pylos by Professor Jack Davis.
Public Lecture (FOA): Shafts, Sacrifices and Sacred Bulls Friday August 12
Public Lecture (FOA): Shafts, Sacrifices and Sacred Bulls by Dr Dorothy Watts.
17th Annual Ancient History Day Friday August 12
17th Annual Ancient History Day

July

By Axe and Plough Sunday July 3
By Axe and Plough by Dr Andrew Fairbairn.
Flavius Josephus: The Lonely Planet Guide to Arabia Sunday July 3
Flavius Josephus: The Lonely Planet Guide to Arabia by Mr James Donaldson.

June

The Letter in Christian Antiquity Sunday June 5
The Letter in Christian Antiquity by Prof. Pauline Allen.
Sunday June 5
Etruscan Art and Tarquinia by Em. Prof. Roger Scott and Prof. Ann Scott.

May

Imaginations of Ancient Rome in 19th Century Historical Novels Sunday May 1
Imaginations of Ancient Rome in 19th Century Historical Novels by Associate Professor Tom Stevenson.
The Battle of Salamis: Myths and Legends Sunday May 1
The Battle of Salamis: Myths and Legends by Dr Max Miller.

April

Unusual filial affection from ancient Egypt: recently discovered cases Sunday April 10
Unusual filial affection from ancient Egypt: recently discovered cases by Prof. Naguib Kanawati.

March

Greek Technology from Homer to the Antikythera Mechanism Sunday March 6
Greek Technology from Homer to the Antikythera Mechanism by Dr Amelia Brown.
Dead Language? No Way! Sunday March 6
Dead Language? No Way! by Mr Denis Brosnan.
Antiquities Museum Re-opening Public Lecture Wednesday March 2
Antiquities Museum Re-opening Public Lecture by Associate Professor Tom Stevenson.

February

Sunday February 6
The Faithful Achates by Emeritus Professor Bob Milns.