Did something funny happen on the way to the Forum?
What made the ancient Greeks and Romans laugh? What entertainments made them cry? Who did they boo and hiss and barrack for? It wasn't all bread and circuses in the ancient entertainment world...
Hear six distinguished speakers give their views on:
Entertainment in the Ancient World at the 16th Ancient History Day
Dedicated to the memory of Adjunct Professor Adrian Heyworth-Smith. Presented by Friends of Antiquity in conjunction with the University of Queensland and Classics and Ancient History at UQ (in the school of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics).
To make a booking:
Print theAncient History Day program, fill in BOTH sides of the flyer and mail, by 30 July, to -
"Ancient History Day"
c/- The Alumni Centre (Building 91C)
50 Walcott Street
The University of Queensland, Q. 4072
Contact for interview and further information:
The R.D.Milns Antiquities Museum, 3rd floor Michie Building, The University of Queensland, contains a wealth of valuable and highly photogenic artefacts from the ancient world.