Late Antique and Byzantine Studies seminars at King’s College London

The seminar series continues at King’s College this Spring. Attendance is free to all.

Tuesday 7 February, 17.30
Niels Gaul (Edinburgh)
The Byzantium that could have been? Learning and the transmission of classical texts around the year 800
SW1.09, Somerset House East Wing, Strand Campus


Tuesday 28 February, 17.30

Natalija Ristovska (Oxford)
Between China and the Viking North: A group of 9th/10th-century Byzantine silverware as evidence of mediaeval cross-cultural interchange
SW1.09, Somerset House East Wing, Strand Campus

Tuesday 14 March, 17.30
Nadine Metzger
“They barked like dogs”. A case of Kynanthropy in Amida, 560 AD, and the dangers of retrospective diagnosis
SW1.09, Somerset House East Wing, Strand Campus

Tuesday 28 March, 17.30
Nicky Tsougarakis
Perceptions and understanding of the Greek schism in the Latin pilgrimage literature of the Late Middle Ages
SW1.09, Somerset House East Wing, Strand Campus

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