Events in Rome

Bonus Ancus: Ancus Marcius and Roman Kingship

07/12/2012
17:30
Istituto Italiano per la Storia Antica
prof. Christopher Smith
Via Milano, 76

Reading Catastrophes

03/12/2012 to 04/12/2012
00:00
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Aula Marconi, P.le A. Moro, 7 Sapienza - Aula Magna del Rettorato, P.le A. Moro, 5

Italy and Albania: Past and Present

05/12/2012
18:00
The British School at Rome
Richard Hodges (President of the AUR/former Director of the British School at Rome)
Corrado Bonifazi (Director of Research, Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies, CNR)
Philip Kenrick (Honorary Research Associate, School of Archaeology, University of Oxford)
Michael Carr (BSR Rome Fellow/ member of the Institute of Historical Research)
Via Gramsci, 61

DIABASEIS - collana editoriale edita da Edizioni ETS

06/12/2012
14:30
Prof. Claudia Antonetti (direttrice della collana)
Luisa Breglia e Giovanna De Sensi Sestito (coordinatrici dei PRIN 2007 e 2009)
Aula Odeion, Museo dell’Arte Classica - Università di Roma “Sapienza”, Facoltà di Lettere

Incontri AIAC

10/12/2012
17:00
AIAC
American Academy in Rome
moderatore: Steven Ellis – American Academy in Rome
- Valeria Di Cola (Università degli Studi Roma 3), L'arco "di Druso" sulla via Appia: una rilettura. - Richard Teverson (British School at Rome), Josephus, Jericho and the Julio-Claudians: the Performance of Kingship in First-century Judea.
American Academy in Rome - Via Angelo Masina, 5

"Il grano e la spada"

26/11/2012
17:00
AIAC
Moderatore: Catherine Virlouvet
- Denton Alexander Walthall (American Academy in Rome), A Measured Harvest: Grain Tithes and Territories in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily 273-31. - Javier Salido (Escuela Española de Historia y Arqueología en Roma), L'approvvigionamento alimentare delle città della Penisola Iberica: una proposta di studio. - Justin Dombrowski (Columbia University), Who the Alimenta were for: A Reconsideration of the Evidence. - Dan Matei (Accademia di Romania), Soldiers from exercitus Daciae in oriental wars during "military anarchy" and their back home.
Ecole française de Rome - Piazza Navona, 62

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