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Annual Classics Symposium
09 April 2018

 

 

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Jade Wells presents her research: Reconstructing the Past: A Virtual Reconstruction of the Baptistery at Stobi

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Ryland Paterson presents his research: On the Meaning of Words: the Lexicon of Pompeius Festus

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Theresa Ainsworth presents her research: The Progression of the Decans: From Egyptian Astronomical Timekeeping to Greco-Roman Melothesia

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Theresa Ainsworth presents her research: The Progression of the Decans: From Egyptian Astronomical Timekeeping to Greco-Roman Melothesia

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Cayleigh Eccles presents her research: The Round Stones Speak: A Catalogue and Analysis of Humayma's Sandstone Spheroids

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Kristen Jones presents her research: Photogrammetric Documentation and Analysis of the Theodosian Palace at Stobi, Republic of Macedonia

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Kristen Jones presents her research: Photogrammetric Documentation and Analysis of the Theodosian Palace at Stobi, Republic of Macedonia

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Sophie Stefanovich presents her research: Representations of Etruscan Women in the Painted Tombs of Tarquinia

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Sophie Stefanovich presents her research: Representations of Etruscan Women in the Painted Tombs of Tarquinia

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Tarryn Andrews presents her research: Greek Round Buildings: Origin and Development

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Tarryn Andrews presents her research: Greek Round Buildings: Origin and Development

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Shane Curro presents his research: Emporion Pistiros in Thrace: The case study of squares B'4 North and B'4 South

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Shane Curro presents his research: Emporion Pistiros in Thrace: The case study of squares B'4 North and B'4 South

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Olivia De Brabandere presents her research: The "Hippocratic" Stance on Abortion: the Hippocratic Oath and its Place in Greco-Roman Medical Ethics

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Olivia De Brabandere presents her research: The "Hippocratic" Stance on Abortion: the Hippocratic Oath and its Place in Greco-Roman Medical Ethics

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Steven Mooney presents his research: Laeti and Foederati: Settlement Success

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Steven Mooney presents his research: Laeti and Foederati: Settlement Success

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Lucas Meadows presents his research: The North African Influence on the Mosaics of Piazza Amerina

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Lucas Meadows presents his research: The North African Influence on the Mosaics of Piazza Amerina

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Alexandria McKellar presents her research: Etruscan Religion and Divination: Examining the Etruscan Gods and Demons, Haruspicy, and Augury

  • Queen's Classics MA Students 2018 Symposium

    Graduate student Alexandria McKellar presents her research: Etruscan Religion and Divination: Examining the Etruscan Gods and Demons, Haruspicy, and Augury

 


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08-09 March 2018