Roma e Constantinopla em Oxford

Dois seminários em Oxford especialmente interessantes, um sobre Roma e outro sobre Constantinopla, depois do fold (para uma lista completa dos seminários em Classics clique aqui; sobre a Antiguidade Tardia, aqui):

CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY SEMINAR: Rome: city and monuments (conveners: Bert Smith and Janet DeLaine)

Week 1, 18 January 2010
Janet DeLaine, Oxford ‘Reflections on Trajan’s Pantheon’

Week 2, 25 January 2010
Amanda Claridge, Royal Holloway ‘Hadrian’s monuments to Trajan’

Week 3, 01 February 2010
Pier Luigi Tucci, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa ‘Deciphering the original Templum Pacis’

Week 4, 08 February 2010
Lothar Haselberger, University of Pennsylvania Rome: decoding the Augustan city (Res Gestae 19-21; Vitruvius Bk I, praef)’

Week 5, 15 February 2010
Robert Coates-Stephens, British School at Rome ‘The Forum Romanum in the Byzantine period’

Week 6, 22 February 2010
Claudio Parisi Presicce, Musei Capitolini TBC

Week 7, 01 March 2010
Carlo Pavolini, Università degli Studi della Tuscia ‘The topography of oriental cults on the Caelian Hill’

Week 8, 08 March 2010
Ulrike Wulf-Rheidt, DAI Berlin ‘A new survey and architectural analysis of the imperial palaces on the Palatine’

Byzantine Archaeology and Art Seminar: Constantinople

Tuesdays 5–6:30 p.m., St John’s College, New Seminar Room

19 January (Week 1)
Professor Cyril A. Mango:
Broken Bits of Byzantium

26 January (Week 2)
Simon Davies (Lincoln) & Georges Kazan (St. John’s):
Healing Cults and Their Shrines at Constantinople, AD 330–1453

2 February (Week 3)
Dr Marlia Mango:
Thermae, balnea/loutra, hamams; Baths at Constantinople

9 February (Week 4)      
Professor Paul Magdalino (St. Andrews):
The Church of ta Kyrou, Lay Piety, and Cultural Milieux in Middle-Byzantine Constantinople

16 February (Week 5)
Professor Jim Crow (Edinburgh):    
Downhill all the Way? Managing the Water Supply of Constantinople

23 February (Week 6)
John Hayes (Oxford):
Pottery Connections in the Byzantine World: Constantinople, (Western) Sicily, the Po Delta, Jerusalem and Elsewhere

2 March (Week 7)               
Dr Anne McCabe (Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents):
Some Inscriptions around Town

9 March (Week 8)                
Dr Zeynep Yurekli-Gorkay (Oxford):
Constantinople after its Fall: The Making of an Ottoman Capital

Conveners: Lukas Amadeus Schachner, Georgi Parpulov


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