Monthly Archives: October 2011
In (slightly late) celebration of National Archaeology Day, the department will host the following public lecture: Dr. James Hardin Cobb Institute of Archaeology, Mississippi State University, Starkville “The Monarchy of David and Solomon and New Excavations in Southern Israel” Wednesday, … Continue reading
I neglected to post this beforehand, but still want to get it in the archive! We enjoyed this excellent talk last night from a colleague just up the highway in Memphis. Dr. Geoffrey Bakewell Professor of Greek and Roman Studies, … Continue reading
Interested in reading some of the New Testament, in the original Greek? Or are you just curious about the ancient text? If so, you are invited to a KOINE Reading Group, which will hold its first meeting of this academic … Continue reading
Am late posting, but hope you’ll drop by Bryant Hall for delicious tastes of Greek and Latin poetry, and of Mediterranean food supplied by Petra. We’ve been forced indoors by unseasonably cold weather, but the show must go on!