Ancient World Seminar

Via Appia Antica
Via Appia Antica - Quo Vadis?
(Photograph: Andrew Stephenson)

The Ancient World Seminar is held at 1-2 pm usually on Monday during semester for presentations and discussions of papers from students and academic staff on all aspects of the ancient world.

Convenor

Hyun Jin Kim
kim.h@unimelb.edu.au

Venue

Mcmahon Ball Theatre, Old Arts, unless otherwise noted.

2017 Programme

6 March

Michael Schmitz, University of Melbourne

The Evolution of Roman Armour during the Dacian Wars AD101-107

13 March

K.O. Chong-Gossard, University of Melbourne

The Pope's Shoes: Cultural Glosses by Guy Jouenneaux in Badius’ 1493 Edition of Terence's Comedies

20 March

Antonio Gonzalez, Deakin University

Cultural Cleansing and Iconoclasm under the ‘Islamic State’: Human/Heritage Attacks on Yezidis and Christians

27 March

Chris Gosden, University of Oxford

English Landscapes and Identities

3 April

Philipp Stockhammer, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Drinks and Drugs: Entanglements of Aegean Pottery in the Late Bronze Age Southern Levant

10 April

Louise Hitchcock, University of Melbourne

Yo Ho, Yo Ho, A Pirate's Life for Me: The Maritime Culture of the Sea People

24 April

Trudie Fraser, University of Melbourne

The Dilemma of Vibia Sabina's Roman Coins

1 May

Andrew Turner, University of Melbourne

Jodocus Badius and the Lyon Terence: The Earliest Illustratrated incunabulum of the Six Comedies

8 May

Stuart Ibrahim, University of Melbourne

Third Intermediate Period/Iron Age I-II Raphia and Egypt's Response to the Changed Political Spectrum in the Levant: Early Results

15 May

Brent Davis, University of Melbourne

The Phaistos Disk: A New Way of Looking at the Language Behind the Script

22 May

Frederik Vervaet, University of Melbourne

Last of the Naval Triumphs: Revisiting Some Key Actian Honours

Past papers