The Oxford Listings

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THE OXFORD UNIVERSITY BYZANTINE SOCIETY

The Oxford Listings, Michaelmas Term 2013, Week 7

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MONDAY 25th November

5.00 PM Medieval History All Souls Seminar

Wharton Room, All Souls College

 

Jane Kershaw

The bullion economy of Viking England

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TUESDAY 26th November

11.00 AM Khalili Research Seminar, Themes in Islamic Art and Archaeology

Lecture Room, Khalili Research Centre, 3 St John Street

 

Professor Jeremy Johns

Central and periphery in early Islamic art and architecture

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2.30 PM Byzantium & Islam: Ideas and Objects on the Move

Jameel Centre, Ashmolean Museum

(Maximum 15 people can be accommodated in the room, for more details please

contact elena.ene-v@history.ox.ac.uk, or mallica.kumberalandrus@ashmus.ox.ac.uk)

 

Francesca Leoni

(University of Oxford)

Impact of Byzantine manuscript illustration on early Arab manuscript painting, 12th–14th century

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2.30 PM Seminar on Jewish History and Literature in the Graeco-Roman Period

Oriental Institute

 

Marton Ribary

(Manchester University)

Tannaitic counter-identity and changes of the ‘digital halakhah’

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WEDNESDAY 27th November

5.00 PM Late Antique and Byzantine Seminar, Ioannou Centre

 

Philipp Niewoehner

(Brasenose)

Healing fingers and burying gods. A newly discovered cave sanctuary under the theatre of Miletus (Turkey)

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THURSDAY 28th November

11.00 AM Late Antique & Byzantine Archaeology and Art Seminar : Transitions and Translations

St. John’s College, Seminar Room

 

Carlos Cabrera

(Brasenose)

Preliminary analysis of the antique port of Seville: transformations from Roman Imperial Times to the Islamic Period

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2.00 PM An Introduction to Ancient Armenian Literature and Culture

Pembroke College – Henderson’s Building, Garden Seminar Room

 

Emilio Bonfiglio

(Pembroke College)

Armenian Patristics: Biblical commentaries and liturgical writings.

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5.00 PM Late Roman Seminar: Aspects of the History and Archaeology of the Fifth to the Seventh Centuries

Seminar Room, Corpus Christi College

 

Stephen Mitchell

(Exeter University)

The Great Plague and the end of Antiquity

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