|Saturday November 19
Friends of Antiquity End-of-Year function
|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.
|Sunday October 9
Memory, History and the Double Burial of Leonidas by Dr Rashna Taraporewalla.
|Sunday September 11
A New Battle of Thermopylae: the Gothic Invasions of Greece in the 3rd century AD by Dr Caillan Davenport.
|Sunday August 14
The Antikythera Mechanism: World's First Computer? by Emeritus Professor Bill Caelli.
|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)
|Sunday June 5
Shakespeare's Romans by Professor Alastair Blanshard and Dr Shushma Malik.
|Sunday June 5
Notice of Public Lecture: Shakespeare's Romans
|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.
|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.
|Sunday April 3
Augustus and Time by Associate Professor Tom Hillard.
Preliminary Talk: UQ Student Travel Reports by various speakers.
|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.
|Sunday February 7
Adrian Heyworth Smith Lecture | Pliny the Younger: the Original Sir Humphrey by Emeritus Professor Bob Milns and Denis Brosnan.