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26th March - CBOMGS seminar: The Photian schism (858-880): towards a cultural history
25th March - Writing in the Mansion of Gold: Inscriptions from the Egyptian alabaster quarries at Hatnub
12th March - CBOMGS seminar: The Saga of ancient statues in medieval Constantinople
11th March - Identities in the Roman Empire: Discrepancy and Heterogeneity in Provincial Societies
5th March - Greek Tragedy on the Small Screen: 'Agamemnon' and 'Of Mycenae and Men'
26th February - CBOMGS seminar: From Theophanes to Psellos: transformations of Byzantine historiography
26th February - Greek Tragedy on the Small Screen: 'King Oedipus' and 'Oedipus the King'
25th February - Herodotus' travels in Britain (and beyond)
23rd February - Inaugural Lecture: Professor Simon Esmonde-Cleary
5th February - CBOMGS seminar: Refashioning a maritime past in the Eastern Mediterranean
4th February - Archaic Greek society, politics and slavery: assumptions and evidence
29th January - CBOMGS seminar: Friends, colleagues and grand vezirs: the Ottoman art of letter-writing
29th January - Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association New Year Lecture
28th January - Lycurgus in Leaflets and Lectures: The Weiße Rose and Classics at Munich University 1941-45
22nd January - CBOMGS seminar: Byron's Greece 1809-1824
15th January - CBOMGS seminar: The Christianization of Crete and the Peloponnese in the Late Antique period
14th January - Classical Sparta: An Exceptional Domination of State over Society?
10th December - The late Roman Gentry: whence and whither?
26th November - Narratives of occupation in The Eagle
12th November - Classicising modernity: performances of Greek tragedy and the cultural poetics of Fascism
5th-7th November - Third Postgraduate Conference in Conflict Archaeology
22nd October - Aristotle and the dialektos of the public speaker in Athens
16th October - Delphi: Understanding the Centre of the Ancient World
15th October - A 21st century odyssey
8th October - Classical Sparta: an exceptional dominance of state over society?
20th September - Greece: From Junta to Crisis
12th June - 2014 Graduate Research Colloquium in Modern Greek Studies
24th May - CBOMGS 15th Annual Postgraduate Colloquium
26th March - The Yenikapı 14 Shipwreck and Constantinople's Maritime Traffic in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries
19th March - Living Classics in the Modern Community
19th March - Sailing to Naukratis: Sappho on her Brothers
12th March - Cicero the historian
26th February - CAHA research seminar (title to be confirmed)
19th February - College of Arts and Law Postgraduate Study Events
19th February - Introduction to postgraduate programmes in the Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology
12th February - Antiquity in Silent Cinema
30th January - Greek Mythology 3500 BC to AD 2014 [video stream available]
29th January - The idea of the classical in classical antiquity
15th January - A world of choice: taking archaic Greek diversity seriously
27th November - Reassembling the fragments in a digital age
13th November - New maps of Classics: Oxbridge, metropolis and provinces 1850-1920
13th November - Sibyls, goddesses and women in republican Rome
30th October - Rethinking Ancient Literacy. Words, numbers and social complexity in the Near East and the Mediterranean world
16th October - The monkey tablet and the dangers of not treating cuneiform tablets as archaeological objects
12th October - Teacher Subject Days in Classics
2nd October - Family honour: the long life of Roman tombs
26th September - Pompeii – a view from the street
10th-11th December - Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in the Reception of the Ancient World
11th October - Professor Edith Hall - Why do women in Greek tragedy still speak to us today?
10th June - The Greeks 12 – Drama
10th June - The Greeks 13 – Sex
14th-16th December - CentralTAG
5th July - Classics and translation
27th-28th June - Re-imagining the past: Antiquity and Modern Greek culture
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