TT W2

THE OXFORD BYZANTINE SOCIETY
The Oxford Listings, TT W2

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MONDAY 30th April

5.15 PM Medieval Studies Lecture
Examination Schools
Peter Biller
Bernard Gui, January 16 1307

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TUESDAY 1st May

2.30 PM Jewish History and Literature in the Graeco-Roman Period
Oriental Institute
Professor Catherine Hezser (SOAS):
Jewish travel in Graeco-Roman antiquity

5.00 PM Patristics Seminar
Christ Church (Staircase 8)
Mark Edwards (Oxford):
Constantine the Theologian

5.00 PM Lecture Series: Scriptures and Paideia in Late Antique Christianity
Seminar Room at the Theology Faculty Annexe, 41 St. Giles
Professor Guy Stroumsa

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WEDNESDAY 2nd May

10.00 AM Lecture Series: Visions of the End: Apocalypse and Eschatology in Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Seminar Room at the Theology Faculty Annexe, 41 St. Giles
Professor Guy Stroumsa with Dr Emmanouela Grypeou

5.00 PM Causation and Creation in Late Antiquity
Corpus Christi College Seminar Room
Richard Sorabji (University of Oxford):
Christian Attacks on Eternal Creation 50 Years Before Philoponus

5.00 PM Late Antique and Byzantine Seminar
Ioannou School
Prerona Prasad  (Keble College):
Constantine Porphyrogenitus: Master of his World?

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THURSDAY 3rd May

11.00 AM Late Antique and Byzantine Archaeology and Art Seminar ‘Networks’
St John’s College, New Seminar Room
Professor Enzo Ruggieri (Campian Hall and Rome):
The Life of St. Nicolas of Sion between Archaeology and Theology: Christian communities and their churches in sixth-century Lycia

1.00 PM Crusades Graduate Reading Group
History Faculty
Kevin Lewis (Merton)
The county of Tripoli: a case study in medieval state formation

5.00 PM After Rome Seminar: Aspects of the History and Archaeology of the Fifth to Seventh Centuries’
Danson Room, Trinity College
Alice Rio (King’s College London):
What did early medieval people mean when they said they had slaves?

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FRIDAY 4th May

1.00 PM Medieval Visual Culture Seminar Manuscript and Book Cultures
St Catherine’s College
Oren Margolis (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, Vienna)
Tales from the Workshop of Vespasiano da Bisticci

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