BES Spring Meeting, Oxford, May 2, 2009

Last call for registration for Spring Meeting:

2 May 2009, Corpus Christi College, Oxford.

Convenor: Robert Parker.

10.45 – 11.15: Coffee & Registration (Hall).

11.15 – 12.00: Ben Gray (Oxford): “After Stasis: the New Fourth-century
Reconciliation Agreement of the Dikaiopolitans”.

12.00 – 12.45: Gillian Ramsey (Exeter): “Reading the Seleucid Inscribed
Dossiers”.

12.45 – 14.15: sandwich lunch (a sumptuous feast of tasty sandwiches and cake).

14.15 – 15.00: Angelos Chaniotis (Oxford): “From Woman to Woman: Female Voices in Dedicatory Inscriptions”.

15.00 – 15.30: Tea

15.30 – 16.15: Robert Parker (Oxford) & Scott Scullion (Oxford): “Priests and Sacrifices at Aixone: the New World of SEG LIV 214″

Registration including tea, coffee, and the sandwich lunch: £10.00 (BES members), £5.00 (BES student members), £15.00 (non-members).

Registration without lunch: £7.00 (members), £3.00 (student members), £10.00 (non-members).

Existing student members of the BES may apply for a bursary to contribute towards the cost of attending the meeting (write to peter.haarer@classics.ox.ac.uk).

Please pay all fees on the day in cash.

For various practical reasons I would be very grateful, if you would like to attend the Spring Meeting, if you could register by e-mail (to peter.haarer@classics.ox.ac.uk) no later than Friday 24 April. NOTE that in a break with the normal practice I will sign you in for a sandwich lunch UNLESS you say that you do not want this. As ever, please notify any special dietary requirements.

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3 Responses to BES Spring Meeting, Oxford, May 2, 2009

  1. Pingback: Current Epigraphy » Ramsey, ‘Reading the Seleucid Inscribed Dossiers’ (Oxford, May 2, 2009)

  2. Pingback: Current Epigraphy » R. Parker & S. Scullion, ‘Priests and Sacrifices at Aixone: the New World of SEG LIV 214′ (Oxford, 2nd May 2009)

  3. Pingback: Current Epigraphy » A. Chaniotis, ‘From Woman to Woman: Female Voices in Dedicatory Inscriptions’ (Oxford, May 2, 2009)

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