Post Augustum

Welcome to Post Augustum, a web site on the history of the Mediterranean world during the first Christian centuries, run by a team of historians who specialize in the period. The site aims to provide a constant update with articles, research, book reviews, news both from the Greek and international academia, and quotes of original sources. Post Augustum Journal publishes high quality original articles, either in Greek or in English.

 

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2nd Workshop on Monastic Economy (10-11 Nov. Sofia)

 

 

RESEARCH NETWORK DEDICATED TO THE HISTORY OF THE MONASTIC ECONOMY

 DOES MONASTIC ECONOMY MATTER?

RELIGIOUS PATTERNS OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR 

(Workshop II)

Centre for Advanced Study Sofia (CAS)

9-11 November 2018

 

The aim of the NETWORK dedicated …

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Roman Seminar: Programme of lectures 2018-2019

ΡΩΜΑΪΚΟ ΣΕΜΙΝΑΡΙΟ / ROMAN SEMINAR Advancing knowledge of Greece’s Roman past

ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑ ΟΜΙΛΙΩΝ 2018-2019 | PROGRAMME OF LECTURES 2018-2019

Πέμπτη 8 Νοεμβρίου 2018

Thursday 8 November 2018

ASCSA, Cotsen Hall (co-sponsored) Mali Skotheim (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

«Continuity and Change in the Dramatic Festivals of Early Roman Greece, 2nd-1st c. BCE» Πέμπτη 29 Νοεμβρίου …

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In the Orbit of Love: Affection in Ancient Greece and Rome

David Konstan, In the Orbit of Love: Affection in Ancient Greece and Rome, Oxford University Press, New York 2018.

This book is about love in the classical world – not erotic passion but the kind of love that binds together intimate members of a family and very close friends, but …

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“Logistics in Greek sanctuaries: Exploring the Human Experience of Visiting the Gods” Athens, 13-16 september 2018

Greek sanc­tu­ar­ies have been stud­ied for more than 150 years, but mainly with a fo­cus on tem­ples, stat­ues, mon­u­ments and sac­ri­fi­cial rit­ual. Our con­fer­ence adopts a dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive, that of the hu­man vis­i­tor, in or­der to ex­plore the hands-on, lo­gis­ti­cal ex­pe­ri­ence of some­one com­ing to a Greek sanc­tu­ary. Of in­ter­est is how peo­ple …

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