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5:00 pm

World Upside Down: Revolution, Famine, and Social Memory in Pharaonic Egypt

November 12, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
WEBINAR (Montreal) United States

Kantor Lecture Please note:  This lecture is being rescheduled for the spring of 2021, the new date will be posted as soon as possible.

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6:00 pm

The Social, Economic, and Commercial Networks of Punic-Roman Tharros: New questions and new excavations for a major port town in Sardinia

November 12, 2020 @ 6:00 pm
WEBINAR (New York City) United States

Haupt Lecture

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Preserving the Past: Archaeological Heritage, the Art Market and Conflict in the Middle East

November 12, 2020 @ 6:00 pm
WEBINAR (Richmond) United States

Wilkie Lecture

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Water Histories and Spatial Archaeology: Ancient Yemen and the American West

November 12, 2020 @ 6:00 pm
WEBINAR (Kentucky) United States

Kershaw Lecture

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My 40 Year Search for the Battle of Actium

November 12, 2020 @ 6:00 pm
Nashville Parthenon, 2500 West End Avenue
Nashville, TN 37203 United States

Joukowsky Lecture For log-in information for this webinar, please contact Mireille Lee at mireille.lee@Vanderbilt.Edu

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My 40 Year Search for the Battle of Actium

November 12, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Free registration on Zoom required. In 31 BC, Octavian defeated Antony and Cleopatra in a naval battle off Cape Actium in Western Greece. A few years later, the victor constructed on the site of his personal camp a grand Victory Monument to commemorate the event. I first visited this site in 1978, and since then, […]

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7:30 pm

Dicing with Death: Games, Contests, and the World of Play on Roman Sarcophagi

November 12, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

This lecture will be presented virtually on Zoom. All are welcome. To join the Zoom meeting, use the button below. The public face of Roman art is painfully sober. In the privacy of their tombs however, free to cast off their stern public personae, Romans surrounded themselves with art of a different nature. Here, on […]

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