October 16, 2003

CFP:"Persia and the Greeks: Reactions and Receptions

Speakers are invited to contribute to the above panel, as part
of the larger Celtic Conference in Classics’ meeting at the University of
Haute-Bretagne, Rennes, France, between 1st - 4th September 2004.

Papers on the themes of Achaemenid history and culture, Greek
approaches to Persian society, and the reception of Achaemenid Persia in
other, later, cultures are welcome. All papers should be of 30 or 40 minutes
duration and can be delivered in one of the conference languages, English or
French. The Celtic Conference in Classics, the first meetings of which
took place in 2000 and 2002, is an independent collaboration aimed at
enhancing the quality and international profile of classics in the Celtic regions,
and to provide an additional attraction to scholars from overseas. The conference
rotates between the Celtic countries; it is administered from Swansea,
where it was founded.

Abstracts (in English or French) of 300 words (maximum) or enquiries should be
sent to both the panel organizers, Professor Christopher Tuplin, University of
Liverpool, (c.j.tuplin@liverpool.ac.uk) and Dr Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones, University of Exeter, (L.J.Llewellyn-Jones@exeter.ac.uk).

-- seen on the ANE list

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CFP: UNB Ancient History Colloquium

The Augustan Principate
Keynote Address: Dr Chris Simpson, Department of Archaeology and
Classical Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University
“Where Is the Parthian? The Prima Porta Statue of Augustus Re-

The Department of Classics & Ancient History, University of New
Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, invites the submission of
abstracts for papers to be presented at the UNB Ancient History
Colloquium, 26-27 March 2004.  This year’s colloquium will
focus on the Principate of Augustus, and we invite papers on all aspects of
this theme, including art, literature, propaganda, politics, warfare,
prosopography.  Papers should be 20-30 minutes in length.
Abstracts should reach the committee by 15 December 2003, and should be
sent to Dr William Kerr <wkerr@unb.ca> or to Dr John Geyssen
<jgeyssen@unb.ca>, or the following address: Department of Classics and Ancient
History, University of New Brunswick, Box 4400, Fredericton, NB, Canada
E3B 5A3.

-- seen in the Canadian Classical Bulletin

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