|Sunday November 5
The Lead-Up to the Trojan War by Con O'Brien.
|Sunday October 8
Rebuilding the Walls of an Ancient Royal City by Prof. Trevor Bryce.
|Sunday September 10
Mass Migration from Europe to the Near East in the Early Hellenistic Age by Associate Professor Tom Stevenson.
Preliminary Talk: The Rhetoric of Geography: Cicero's Sicily in the Verrine Orations by Mr Dustin McKenzie.
|Sunday August 13
Emperors and the Arena by Dr Shushma Malik.
Preliminary Talk: Betty Fletcher: Lover of Wisdom, Lover of Beauty, Lover of Humanity by Dr Janette McWilliam, Mr James Donaldson and Jaime Cubit.
|Wednesday July 12
Women and Power in Herodotus by Dr Edith Foster.
|Sunday July 9
'The Blood of Titans': Poisons and Poisoners in the Roman World by Professor Rhiannon Ash.
|Sunday June 4
Hobnails and Hexameters: A Quick Run Through Roman Poetry by Denis Brosnan.
Preliminary Talk: AGM of Friends of Antiquity
|Sunday May 7
Half an Ounce of Gold: Precious Metal Jewellery in the R D Milns Antiquities Museum by Mr James Donaldson.
Preliminary Talk: Murder in Athens: Law of Homicide in the Democratic Polis by Charles Pry.
|Sunday April 2
Before Gallipoli: Classical Archaeology and Geography of Gallipoli and the Dardanelles by Dr Jessie Birkett-Rees (Monash University).
|Saturday March 25
Ancient History Day 2017: Art in the Ancient Mediterranean World by Dr Linda Evans, Dr Dorothy Watts, Emeritus Professor Bob Milns, Dr Janette McWilliam, Professor Alastair Blanshard and Dr Caillan Davenport.
|Sunday March 5
Headless in Corinth: Portrait Statues of Imperial Officials in Late Roman Greece by Dr Amelia Brown.
Preliminary Talk: Gods on the Comic Stage: Aristophanes' Birds by Rachel Dowe.
|Sunday February 5
Adrian Heyworth Smith Lecture | Ovid's Metamorphoses in Contemporary Art and Literature by Dr Paul Roche.