2 XII (4.45 p.m. Warsaw time) Adam Łajtar (UW), A new piece of evidence in an old question: A Greek inscription from Tafah and the Christianisation of Nobadia

On Thursday, 25 November (4.45 Warsaw time), Adam Łajtar (UW), will present a paper A new piece of evidence in an old question: A Greek inscription from Tafah and the Christianisation of Nobadia.

We are meeting in person in the Library of Papyrology and Roman Law (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

25 XI (4.45 p.m. Warsaw time) Przemysław Piwowarczyk (Uniwersytet Śląski), Coptic texts of ritual power as voices of laypeople?

On Thursday, 25 November (4.45 Warsaw time), Przemysław Piwowarczyk (Silesian University) will present a paper Coptic texts of ritual power as voices of laypeople?

We are meeting in person in the Library of Papyrology and Roman Law (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

 

18 XI (4.45 Warsaw time): Marta Szada (Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika), Arianism in fifth-century Gaul: the limitations of the study

A ring found in 2018 at the cemetery of Seysses near Toulouse (Wikimedia Commons)

On Thursday, 18 November (4.45 Warsaw time) Marta Szada (Nicolaus Copernicus University) will present a paper Arianism in fifth-century Gaul: the limitations of the study.

We are meeting in person in the Library of Papyrology and Roman Law (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

4 XI (4.45 Warsaw time): Paweł Nowakowski (UW), The origin of the toponym Galata (suburbs of Constantinople). Some further thoughts

On Thursday, 4 November (4.45 Warsaw time) Paweł Nowakowski (UW) will present a paper The origin of the toponym Galata (suburbs of Constantinople). Some further thoughts.

We are meeting in person in the Library of Papyrology and Roman Law (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

28 X (4.45 Warsaw time): Jan Prostko-Prostyński (Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza), Antowie nie całkiem słowiańscy - nowa perspektywa

On Thursday, 28 October (4.45 Warsaw time) Jan Prostko-Prostyński (Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza), will present a paper Antowie nie całkiem słowiańscy - nowa perspektywa.

We are meeting in person in the Library of Papyrology and Roman Law (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

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