Oxford Seminar

If you find yourself in Oxford in early March, here’s your chance to hear something of what I’ve been doing lately (instead of blogging, that is…): The Roman Discussion Forum Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford Week 7, 04 March 2009 Troels Myrup Kristensen (Aarhus) “Archaeology of Response: Christian destruction of sculpture in Late Antiquity”

The Survival and Reception of Roman Antiquities in the Middle Ages

This is just a brief note to state that Michael Greenhalgh’s The Survival of Roman Antiquities in the Middle Ages (Duckworth 1989) is available online. This is a very interesting study that presents some fascinating data concerning the fate of Roman monuments in the Western provinces, and especially France. It is, however, not as often […]

Autumn 2008

Here are my “gigs” for autumn 2008: Friday 26 September The Afterlife of Roman Sculpture: Late Antique Perceptions and Practices University of Aarhus “The Afterlife of Sculpture in Late Antique Alexandria.” Friday 10 October Danish Institute in Damascus, Syria “Statues in Space: The Display of Sculpture in the Late Antique Cities of the Eastern Mediterranean.” […]