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Looking Ahead
September 2017
Sunday
September 10
Mass Migration in the Early Hellenistic Age
October 2017
Sunday
October 8
Betty Fletcher Memorial Travelling Scholarship Presentation | Preliminary Talk: Rebuilding the Walls of an Ancient Royal City
November 2017
Sunday
November 5
Anatomy of Caesar's Murder

Past Events in 2016

November

Saturday November 19
Friends of Antiquity End-of-Year function
Aristotle 2400 Years On Sunday November 6
Aristotle 2400 Years On by Emeritus Professor Bob Milns.
Preliminary Talk: Fish and Ships: Garum production and trade in Western Hispania by Ms Susan Edmondson.

October

Memory, History and the Double Burial of Leonidas Sunday October 9
Memory, History and the Double Burial of Leonidas by Dr Rashna Taraporewalla.

September

A New Battle of Thermopylae: the Gothic Invasions of Greece in the 3rd century AD Sunday September 11
A New Battle of Thermopylae: the Gothic Invasions of Greece in the 3rd century AD by Dr Caillan Davenport.

August

The Antikythera Mechanism: World's First Computer? Sunday August 14
The Antikythera Mechanism: World's First Computer? by Emeritus Professor Bill Caelli.

July

Mithridatums and Theriacs: Toxicology and Brand Recognition in the Roman World Sunday July 3
Mithridatums and Theriacs: Toxicology and Brand Recognition in the Roman World by Dr Yvette Hunt.
Preliminary Talk: The Annual General Meeting (AGM)

June

Shakespeare's Romans Sunday June 5
Shakespeare's Romans by Professor Alastair Blanshard and Dr Shushma Malik.
Notice of Public Lecture: Shakespeare's Romans Sunday June 5
Notice of Public Lecture: Shakespeare's Romans

May

When is a Tyrant not a Tyrant? Mary Stocks' Hail Nero! Sunday May 1
When is a Tyrant not a Tyrant? Mary Stocks' Hail Nero! by Dr Shushma Malik.
Preliminary Talk: Megalithic Monuments of the Orkney Islands by Mr Jack Taylor.

April

ANCIENT HISTORY DAY: Plague, Filth, and Garbage in the Ancient World Saturday April 16
ANCIENT HISTORY DAY: Plague, Filth, and Garbage in the Ancient World by Prof. Trevor Bryce, Emeritus Professor Bob Milns, Professor Alastair Blanshard, Dr Brad McCall, Dr Janette McWilliam, Ms Pamela Rushby and Dr John Ratcliffe.
Augustus and Time Sunday April 3
Augustus and Time by Associate Professor Tom Hillard.
Preliminary Talk: UQ Student Travel Reports by various speakers.

March

Reconstructing Society in a Prehistorical Bronze Age Settlement in Cyprus Sunday March 6
Reconstructing Society in a Prehistorical Bronze Age Settlement in Cyprus by Dr Andrew Sneddon.
Preliminary Talk: A Lost Roman Town - Ammaia Portugal by Ms Susan Edmondson.

February

Adrian Heyworth Smith Lecture | Pliny the Younger: the Original Sir Humphrey Sunday February 7
Adrian Heyworth Smith Lecture | Pliny the Younger: the Original Sir Humphrey by Emeritus Professor Bob Milns and Mr Denis Brosnan.