14 X (4.45 Warsaw time): Philipp Pilhofer (Humboldt Universität Berlin), ‘A very pleasant spot to walk and spend time’ – Thecla’s cave at Seleucia

On Thursday, 14 October (4.45 Warsaw time) Philipp Pilhofer (Humboldt Universität Berlin) will present a paper ‘A very pleasant spot to walk and spend time’ – Thecla’s cave at Seleucia

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.

 

7-8 X: Workshop Contact Zones in the Eastern Mediterranean. Province Yehud and its neighbours in the intercultural contexts: places, middlemen, transcultural contacts ca. 500–200 BCE

The workshop Contact Zones in the Eastern Mediterranean. Province Yehud and its neighbours in the intercultural contexts: places, middlemen, transcultural contacts ca. 500–200 BCE will be held at the Faculty of History (Columned Hall), starting at 10 a.m.

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10 VI (4.45 Warsaw time) Teresa Wolińska (Uniwersytet Łódzki), Was Al-Harith (Arethas) a king? The Use of the Title of Basileus in Procopius’ Writings

On Thursday, 10 June (4.45 Warsaw time) Teresa Wolińska (Uniwersytet Łódzki) will present a paper Was Al-Harith (Arethas) a king? The Use of the Title of Basileus in Procopius’ Writings.

27 V (4.45 Warsaw time): Enno Friedrich (Universität Graz), Pindaricus Fortunatus? How well did Venantius Fortunatus (Gaul, 6th c. CE) know Pindar (Greece, 5th c. BCE)?

On Thursday, 27 May (4.45 p.m. Warsaw time) Enno Friedrich (Universität Graz), will present a paper Pindaricus Fortunatus? How well did Venantius Fortunatus (Gaul, 6th c. CE) know Pindar (Greece, 5th c. BCE)?

 

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