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Annual Newton and ICS Byzantine Colloquium

Annual Newton and ICS Byzantine Colloquium
Date
5 (17:00) - 6 June 2017 (19:00)
Location
Senate House Room 349
Description
Annual Newton and ICS Byzantine Colloquium, organized by Ioanna Rapti, École Pratique des Hautes Études (Paris), Dionysios Stathakopoulos & Matthew Tanton (KCL)The Empire of Trebizond, one of a handful of Byzantine successor states formed following the fall of Constantinople to the Latins in 1204, has largely been viewed by scholars of Byzantium as an outsider. Indeed, Trebizond, situated far from Constantinople on the distant Black Sea coast, has been accused of being culturally 'un-Byzantine' and, as such, less relevant for study in mainstream Byzantine history. However, is such a view fair?

'Expanding the Classics': A Workshop for School Teachers 2017

'Expanding the Classics': A Workshop for School Teachers 2017
Date
20 June 2017 (13:45-17:30)
Location
Anatomy Museum, Strand Campus - King's College London
Description
Registration is now open for this year's workshop for Classics school teachers at King's College London, 'Expanding the Classics' 20 June 2017, 13.00-17.30 Book now. The event is free of charge. The programme includes expert talks, a round-table discussion and a food and drinks reception.

Aristophanic Laughter: How Was/Is Old Comedy Funny?

Aristophanic Laughter: How Was/Is Old Comedy Funny?
Date
3 (09:00) - 4 July 2017 (18:00)
Location
K4U.12 King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Aristophanic Laughter: How Was/Is Old Comedy Funny?
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