Ancient history seminar (London): Pontos Euxeinos in and out of the Mediterranean

ANCIENT HISTORY RESEARCH SEMINAR
INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES
School of Advanced Study, University of London

NEITHER EAST NOR WEST: PONTOS EUXEINOS IN AND OUT OF THE MEDITERRANEAN
January – March 2016
Senate House
All sessions are on Thursday at 4.30pm

21 January (room 349)
Askold Ivantchik (Moscow/Bordeaux)
Herodotus and Archaeology of the Northern Black Sea: Scythian Kings and the Symbolism of the Ancient Iranian Kingship

28 January (room 349)
Victor Cojacaru (Iaşi)
External Relations of the Pontic Greek Cities in the Hellenistic and Roman Times

4 February (room 349)
Alla Buyskikh (Kiev)
The Foundation of Olbia Pontica. New Evidence on the Greek Colonisation of the North-Western Black Sea Littoral

11 February (Court Room, 1st floor)
Sergey Solovyov (St. Petersburg)
Borysthenes and Bosporus: A New Light on the Interactions between the Greeks, Anatolians and the Natives from the Archaic to the Hellenistic Periods

3 March (room 349)
Vladimir Stolba (Aarhus)
More than Money: Commemoration and Visual Communication in the Black Sea Coinage

10 March (room G22/26)
Catherine Morgan (Oxford)
Colonising Bosphorus: the Creation of the Bosphoran Kingdom in the Archaic Period

17 March (room 349)
David Braund (Exeter)
Herakles and the Challenges of Colonial Environments in the Black Sea

31 March (room 349)
Irina Levinskaya (St. Petersburg)
Religion and Identity in the Black Sea Region: Jewish Communities of the Bosporan Kingdom

Convenor: Irene Polinskaya, KCL

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