Department of Classics and Archaeology
  

Classical Intersections talk by Simon Malloch & Tiziana D'Angelo

Location
Microsoft Teams online event
Date(s)
Thursday 29th April 2021 (17:00-18:00)
Contact
For further information, please contact Dr Hannah O'Regan.
Registration URL
https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_MmQ0ZjdlYTUtOTI0NC00N2EwLTk3NDktNTA4NmU1ZDQzYjM1%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%2267bda7ee-fd80-41ef-ac91-358418290a1e%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%2281b4ec5e-763b-459f-a01c-5f202a64a270%22%2c%22IsBroadca
Description
Painted frieze of near-naked muscled male figures fighting each other. Nineteenth-century copy of the Etruscan paintings from the François Tomb (Vulci, 4th century BC), by Carlo Ruspi.

19th c. copy of Etruscan Fran├žois Tomb paintings (Vulci, 4th c. BC)

Classical Intersections: art and text in Roman and Etruscan history, by Simon Malloch & Tiziana D’Angelo

Thursday 29th April 2021, 5-6pm

Virtual event hosted on Microsoft Teams

Virtual event hosted on Microsoft Teams

This free online talk is part of the #OurSharedHumanPast seminar series by the Department of Classics and Archaeology. This week, several members of the Department will be discussing their current projects, explaining the significance of this ground-breaking research.

If you’re thinking of studying Classics, Archaeology, Classical Civilization or Ancient History, these talks will provide a valuable introduction for a general audience. The varied speakers will cover the wide range of research interests, time periods and expertise here in the University of Nottingham’s Department of Classics and Archaeology. 

The event will be hosted on Microsoft Teams via a link that will be shared here prior to the event. Simply follow this Microsoft Teams link to join the event on the day. 

All are very welcome. Free to attend. 

For further information, please contact Dr Hannah O'Regan.

Department of Classics and Archaeology

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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