Our first Classical Association talk of 2019-20 is on Wednesday 6 November:
E. J. Graham (Open University) will speak on
'Heads, shoulders, knees, and toes: anatomical votives in Roman Italy'
This talk will be held in the Diamond, Workroom 1 at 4.15pm.
Directions to the Diamond can be found here (Workroom 1 is on the ground floor):
**Reminder: we will be collecting membership subscriptions for 2019-20 at this event!
Other upcoming events of interest include:20 November, 4:15pm (Jessop Building 117):
Chris Giamakis (Arch PhD student), 'Status reflected through weapons: the case of Archaic Greece'
(along with a talk from a PhD student from History)
11 December, 4:15pm (Jessop Building 117):
Maik Patzelt (Hist), 'Inheritance Hunting in Late Antiquity – Another View into the Social Reality of the Roman Elite
Sheffield branch of the Classical Association, founded in 1920