The Oxford Listings

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The Oxford Listings, Trinity Term 2014, Week  5
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MONDAY   26th May
5.00 PM Medieval History Seminar
Auditorium, Corpus Christ College
Mark Whittow
(Corpus Christi)
The two falls of the Roman Empire: nomads, migrations and the 
ends of the Ancient World
5.30 PM Seminar on Abrahamic Religions
Oriental Institute
Kim Czajkowski & Cecilia Palombo
(Merton & Pembroke)
Pagans on Jewish misanthropy and anti-Jewish polemics in Coptic-Arabic
Christian homilies
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TUESDAY   27th May
2.00 PM Khalili Research Centre Seminar
Lecture Room, Khalili Research Centre
Cristina Tonghini
(Archaeologia e Storia dell’Arte 
Musulmana, Università di Ca’Foscari, Venice)
The Citadel of Shayzar and the Evolution of Miliary Architecture 
in the Medieval Near East
5.00 PM Sasanian Iran in the Context of Late Antiquity
Seminar Room, Ioannou Centre
Giusto Traina
(Paris-Sorbonne University)
Armenian traditions on Arđaxšēr I
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WEDNESDAY   28th May
11.00 AM Byzantine Law Seminar
Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies
Dr Silvia Schiavo
The Edicta Praefectorum Praetorio of Cod. Bodl. Roe 18,
edited by K. E. Zachariae in 1843
(Dr Schiavo, a specialist in Late Roman Law/Byzantine Law, is at the moment
studying the relationship between these edicts and Justinian’s legislation on the
same topics)
5.00 PM Late Antique and Byzantine Seminar
Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies
Alberto Rigolio
(St John’s)
Erostrophus: a Syriac dialogue with Socrates on the soul, the body, 
and the absence of vice
5.00 PM Porphyry Seminar: Philosophical and Historical Perspectives
Seminar Room, Corpus Christi College
Gillian Clark
(University of Bristol)
Porphyry knew better: Augustine, City of God Book 10
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THURSDAY   29th May
11.00 AM Late Antique & Byzantine Archaeology and Art Seminar : Transitions and Translations
St. John’s College, Seminar Room 
Dr Simon Davies
From statue to ‘relief icon’: transition in medieval Byzantine 
5.00 PM After  Rome Seminar: Aspects of the History and Archaeology of the Fifth to the Seventh Centuries
Seminar Room, Corpus Christi College
Mar Marcos
(Universidad de Cantabria)
Flavius Constantius, the Urban Prefect, and the Church of Rome 
(AD 418-419)
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FRIDAY   30th May
12.00 PM Ioannou Centre
Byzantine Text Seminar
Marc Lauxtermann
(Exeter College, Oxford)
Literary Culture in the Reign of Basil II
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