The Antiquities of Greece and World War II | AAIA

Dr Stavros A. Paspalas | Acting Director AAIA THE ANTIQUITIES OF GREECE AND WORLD WAR II There is no way to exaggerate the destructive nature of war and the price that must be paid by the societies caught up in its horrors. Clearly, the desperate toll paid in the currency of human loss and suffering …

AAIA Classical Archaeology Seminar

Ted Robinson | The University of Sydney Mobility of ceramicists in southern Italy From the very start of Greek settlement in southern Italy we find examples of the migration of ceramicists into indigenous Italian communities. The phenomenon intensifies from the second half of the 5th century onwards. The new evidence will be reviewed, with some …

Ancient Warfare in the Greek and Roman World

Ancient Warfare in the Greek and Roman World Course Details: Four consecutive Saturdays (10am-1pm) from 7 to 28 September 2019 (inclusive). This course explores warfare in ancient Greece and Rome. The course will take us from the Bronze Age battle fields of the Trojan War to the collapse of the Roman Empire in the West. …

Picasso and the Minotaur: A Chapter in Modern Mythmaking

Picasso and the Minotaur: A Chapter in Modern Mythmaking Lecture outline: The famed Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso, engaged strongly with Greek and Roman mythology and art. In this lecture, Professor Marconi focuses on Picasso as a sculptor. Professor Marconi discusses Picasso’s engagement over the years with Greek and Roman art, including his artistic training in …