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Monday 18th November 2019

What, where and why? A fresh look at Gotland and its Viking silver

Date
18/11/2019
Location:
Trent A21 (Council Room), University Park
Description
Jacek Gruszczynski examines the findings of silver hoards in Gotland during the Viking Age.
Tuesday 19th November 2019

Bookwise Music Stall, Tuesday 19 November 2019

Bookwise Music Stall, Tuesday 19 November 2019
Date
19/11/2019
Location:
music department foyer
Description
Bookwise music sale on Tuesday 19 November 2019

Music Colloquium, 19 November 2019

Date
19/11/2019
Location:
Arts Centre Lecture Theatre (A30)
Description
Music Colloquium on Tuesday 19 November 2019

Classics and Archaeology Seminar

Date
19/11/2019
Location:
Humanities A02, University Park
Description
'Where did the Vikings get their silver? New Results from Chemical and Isotope Analysis', Stephen Merkel (Oxford)

Classics and Archaeology Seminar

Date
19/11/2019
Location:
Humanities A02, University Park
Description
'Where did the Vikings get their silver? New Results from Chemical and Isotope Analysis', Stephen Merkel (Oxford)
Thursday 21st November 2019

Medieval postgraduate research seminar

Date
21/11/2019
Location:
Humanities C53, University Park
Description
'Of Skalla-Grímr and Social Networks' with Cassidy Croci.

Medieval postgraduate research seminar

Medieval postgraduate research seminar
Date
21/11/2019
Location:
Humanities C53, University Park
Description
This month's talk is 'Of Skalla-Grímr and Social Networks' with Cassidy Croci. Refreshments provided.
Tuesday 26th November 2019

Classics and Archaeology Seminar

Date
26/11/2019
Location:
Humanities A02, University Park
Description
'Discovering Classical Greece: ancient and early modern travellers in the Aegean', Michael Loy (BSA)
Wednesday 27th November 2019

History Research Seminar

History Research Seminar
Date
27/11/2019
Location:
Machicado Suite Willoughby Hall
Description
Paper by Eloise Davies on 'The significance of the Venetian Interdict controversy for English political thought'.
Tuesday 3rd December 2019

Classics and Archaeology Seminar

Date
03/12/2019
Location:
Humanities A02, University Park
Description
'Knole Revealed: archaeology and discovery at a great country house', Nathalie Cohen (National Trust)
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