15 VI (WEDNESDAY, 5.30 p.m. Warsaw time), Ian Wood (University of Leeds), Constantius II and Christian Rome.

On WEDNESDAY, 15 JUNE (5.30 p.m. Warsaw time)  Ian Wood (University of Leeds) will present a paper Constantius II and Christian Rome

 

We are meeting in person in Room 209 at the Faculty of Law and Administration (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

 

9 VI: Phil Booth (University of Oxford), The Second Arab Siege of Constantinople (717-18): Crucible of the Copts?

On Thursday, 9 June, 4.45 p.m. (Warsaw time) Phil Booth (University of Oxford) will present a paper The Second Arab Siege of Constantinople (717-18): Crucible of the Copts?

 

We are meeting in person in Room 209 at the Faculty of Law and Administration (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

2 VI: Julia Borczyńska (UW), Haec quicumque vides nimio perfecta labore, desine mirari, minus est quam martyr habetur.'Epigrammata pseudodamasiana and the culture of commemoration and patronage of Roman city elites in the 4th-6th centuries

On Thursday, 2 June, 4.45 p.m. (Warsaw time)  Julia Borczyńska (UW) will present a paper Haec quicumque vides nimio perfecta labore, desine mirari, minus est quam martyr habetur.'Epigrammata pseudodamasiana and the culture of commemoration and patronage of Roman city elites in the 4th-6th centuries.

We are meeting in person in Room 209 at the Faculty of Law and Administration (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

 

 

26 V: Hajnalka Tamás (New Europe College, Bucarest), Christian Recommendation Practices in Late Antiquity (4th – 5th Centuries AD): Canons, Authors, and Evidence from Papyri

On Thursday, 26 May, 4.45 p.m. (Warsaw Time) Hajnalka Tamás (New Europe College, Bucarest), will present a paper Christian Recommendation Practices in Late Antiquity (4th – 5th Centuries AD): Canons, Authors, and Evidence from Papyri. 

We are meeting in person in Room 209 at the Faculty of Law and Administration (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

19 V: David Frankfurter (Boston University), The Supernatural vulnerabilities of domestic space in Late Antique Egypt (according to magical amulets)

On Thursday, 4.45 p.m. (Warsaw time) David Frankfurter (Boston University), will present a paper The Supernatural vulnerabilities of domestic space in Late Antique Egypt (according to magical amulets).

 

We are meeting in person in Room 209 at the Faculty of Law and Administration (UW) but zoom participation will be possible.  For a link, please contact Robert Wiśniewski.

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