Post eventum: Parthenon Trip 04/06/13

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RESCHEDULED 4/14 Lecture on gladiators in Pompeii by Dr. Stephen Tuck

Gladiator graffito from Pompeian tomb.We have been able to reschedule Dr. Tuck’s lecture! Please join the Department of Classics and the Mississippi/Memphis Society of the Archaeological Instititute of America for a public lecture by Dr. Steven L. Tuck of Miami University.  In this lecture,  “Gladiators at Pompeii: Roman Spectacle in a Small Town,” Dr. Tuck takes us to visit a gladiatorial training school and the oldest amphitheater we have from the Roman world, analyzing the ramifications of games for the city and tracing the imagery of gladiators at Pompeii.  The talk will be Monday, April 14th, 5:30 p.m. in Bryant 209. Please call 662-915-7097 or 662-915-7020 if you need more information or special assistance.

 

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11/6 North Panola High visit

The Department had a great time hosting two dozen Latin and Classical mythology students from North Panola High and their teachers during their visit to UM.  The group spent some time at the University Museum to work with the Robinson Collection, ate lunch with students and faculty in Bryant Hall, and visited two classes to get a taste of being Classics students at the University of Mississippi.  We hope to see them back on campus soon!

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11/13 Lecture on the Athenian Acropolis by Dr. Nancy Klein

Archaic pediment-Athenian AcropolisPlease join the Department of Classics and the Mississippi/Memphis Society of the Archaeological Instititute of America for a public lecture by Dr. Nancy Klein, of Texas A&M University. Dr. Klein’s lecture,  “Before the Parthenon: the Architecture of the Archaic Acropolis,” traces the “life-history” of the buildings on the Athenian Acropolis that predate the Periclean redesign in the 5th century.  The talk will be Wednesday, November 13th at 7:30 P.M. in Bryant 209. Please call 662-915-1152 or 662-915-7020 if you need more information or special assistance.

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