Twentieth Annual Runciman Lecture “Surgery in Byzantium” – 3 February 2011

The Byzantine Doctor Myrepsos Receiving The Patients, from a Greek Manuscript, 13th Century

Do come along to the Twentieth Annual Runciman Lecture which will take place on Thursday 3 February 2011 at 18.00 in the Great Hall, Strand Campus, of King’s College London. The subject is “Surgery in Byzantium: from antiquity to our time”. It will be preceded by a Service of Orthodox Vespers in the Chapel of Kings”s College London at 17.15 (same building).

The event is usually followed by drinks and a finger buffet, but in these financially constrained times maybe all we will be offered is a cup of tea if we are lucky!

The lecturer is Professor Stefanos Geroulanos (Professor of Surgery, University of Zurich). King’s website link is here.

For a map of the campus click here.

Related article:

Nineteenth Annual Runciman Lecture – Byzantine Architecture reconfigured in early Islamic Syria

Eighteenth Annual Runciman Lecture – “We are all children of Byzantium” by Judith Herrin

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