CCANESA / Classics and Ancient History seminar: “Narcissus on the banks of the Scamander: Achilles’ confrontation with the shadowy latecomer Asteropaios in Iliad 21″ – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences CCANESA / Classics and Ancient History seminar: “Narcissus on the banks of the Scamander: Achilles’ confrontation with the shadowy latecomer Asteropaios in Iliad 21″ – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

CCANESA / Classics and Ancient History seminar: “Narcissus on the banks of the Scamander: Achilles’ confrontation with the shadowy latecomer Asteropaios in Iliad 21″

Guy Smoot | The Australian National University

Narcissus on the banks of the Scamander: Achilles’ confrontation with the shadowy latecomer Asteropaios in Iliad 21

Classics and Ancient History/CCANESA Online Seminar

Abstract TBC

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Where
On Zoom

When
16 September, 4:00pm

The Zoom link
If you are registered for the seminar series you will receive the Zoom link prior to the event.

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For further contact: ccanesa.general@sydney.edu.au or benjamin.brown@sydney.edu.au

The Department of Classics and Ancient History is part of the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI).

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Date

Sep 16 2021
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Time

AEDT. UTC/GMT +10
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location

Online

Other Organizers

Department of Classics and Ancient History
Website
http:// sydney.edu.au/arts/classics-ancient-history 

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