Monday, 23 May 2016

ICS events 23rd-28th May 2016

Monday 23rd May
17:30 Roman Art Seminar
Wild beasts in context: the great mosaic from the Vicus Augustanus at Castelporziano
Amanda Claridge (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Room 243 - Senate House

Tuesday 24th May
17:00 ICS Classical Archaeology Seminar
Iconology of an Animal Combat: On the Lion Attacking a Horse in the Musei Capitolini
Claire Lyons (Getty Villa)
Room 349 - Senate House

Wednesday 25th May
13:00 ICS Director's Seminar
Ethnography and Empire: The Tower of Babel narrative in Philo 'De Confusione Linguarum', Origen 'Contra Celsum' and Julian 'Contra Galilaeos'
John Hilton (KwaZulu-Natal)
Room 246 - Senate House

18:00 Hellenic Society Summer Lecture
'Dionysus and India: Lucian to Gandhara'
Phiroze Vasunia (UCL)
Room 349 - Senate House

Thursday 26th May
16:30 ICS Ancient History Seminar
China and the Hellenistic world in the 3rd century BC - an archaeological assessment
Lukas Nickel (SOAS)
Room 349 - Senate House

Friday 27th May
16:30 ICS Postgraduate Work in Progress Seminar
An interdisciplinary experiment: Pindar and Parmenides: poetics of competition and ontological enquiry
Chiara Ciampa (KCL)
Room 246 - Senate House

Please note that the Library will be closed this Bank Holiday weekend:
Saturday 28th May & Monday 30th May

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