Monday, October 19, 2020

The lecture series FORVM ANTIKE

The lecture series FORVM ANTIKE


The lecture series FORVM ANTIKE came into being in the winter term 2013 as a cooperation between the Department of Ancient History and the Department of Numismatics as successor of CONGIARIVM. As speakers, we invited experts in the fields of Ancient History, Epigraphy, Papyrology, Etruscology and Numismatics from all around the world. Colleagues from the participating institutes in Vienna have so far constituted the main audience of FORVM ANTIKE.

The COVID-19-pandemic has led to the adoption of a new online format for the lectures, allowing us to reach a broader and more international audience.

The lectures are now organised by the Department of Ancient History, the Department of Numismatics and the Department of Byzantine Studies, with the support of the Forschungsschwerpunkt Kulturen des euromediterranen Raums und Altertumswissenschaften.


Programme Winter Semester 2020/2021

All the lectures will take place online on the platform Collaborate. The link to the event will be shared one day before the lecture on this website. Attendance is open to anyone interested.


28 October 2020 5:00 p.m. GMT+1

Ian RUTHERFORD, Hana NAVRATILOVA (University of Reading)
Graffiti and Cultural Memory in Greco-Roman Egypt: The Case of Abydos (Abstract)

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11 November 2020 5:00 p.m. GMT+1

Annalisa MARZANO (University of Reading)
The Augustan Horticultural Revolution (Abstract)

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9 December 2020 11:00 a.m. GMT+1

Malcolm CHOAT (Macquarie University, Sydney)
A Forger, his models, methods, and motives: The papyri of Constantine Simonides (Abstract)

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20 January 2021 5:00 p.m. GMT +1

Loreleï VANDERHEYDEN (Universität Heidelberg)
From the Nile to the Danube. A Survey of the Coptic Letters in the Vienna Papyrological Collections (Abstract)

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27 January 2021 5:00 p.m. GMT+1

Francesca CECI (Soprintendenza di Roma Capitale, Musei Capitolini Roma)
Die Stadtgeschichte Roms im Münzbild (Abstract)

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