Rome in Bloomsbury Seminar Series 2016: Roman Syria

Emma Cunliffe, Oxford University
January 28th, 1pm, 28 Russell Square, 2.02
Endangered Archaeology: The Past, Present and Future of the Middle East

Olivia Webster, University of Nottingham
February 11th, 1pm, 28 Russell Square, 2.02
The Floating Rocks of Tyre: Local Identity and Civic Coins

Zena Kamash, Royal Holloway
February 25th, 1pm, 28 Russell Square, 2.02
Photographic Memories: Learning about Roman Syria through Photographs

Ted Kaizer, Durham University
March 10, 1pm, 28 Russell Square, 2.02
“Location, Location, Location”? Some thoughts on the Religious Topography of Dura-Europos

Nathanael Andrade, University of Oregon
March 15, 1pm, 28 Russell Square, 2.02
Saints’ Lives and Social Relations in Later Roman Syria

Please feel free to download a pdf of the event flyer

All welcome. Room 2.02 is the ‘Dreyfus room’ on the second floor of 28 Russell Square. Seminars are an hour in length, including time for discussion

Jen Baird, j.baird@bbk.ac.uk & Zena Kamash, zena.kamash@rhul.ac.uk

 

 

Image credit: Amphora with melted-on dark undulating fibre. Syria. Roman Age. Author: Zde.

 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Roman_glass_Syria_Amphora_Prague_Kinsky,_NM-H10_1817,_141240.jpg

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