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Research - Education: Seminar
This papyrus includes a love spell that invokes several gods to burn the heart of a woman until she loves the person who cast the spell. Photo Credit: © the Imaging Papyri Project, University of Oxford & Egypt Exploration Society.
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by Archaeology Newsroom

Research seminar on Greek fragmentary texts

Convenors: Lucia Prauscello and Daniela Colomo

The Research Seminar on Greek Fragmentary Texts, which will take place this term at All Souls College (Oxford). Please find the programme below. All are very welcome!

Convenors: Lucia Prauscello and Daniela Colomo

Venue: All Souls CollegeOld Library

Time: Tue. 15.00-17.00 (with the exception of the 22nd Oct. and 5th November when the seminar will start at 16.30)

All welcome

15 Oct.

Lucia Prauscello (All Souls College, Oxford) ‘P.Oxy. 2294 and Sappho’s book of Epithalamia: a re-appraisal’

22 Oct.

Michael Zellmann-Rohrer (LGPN, Oxford) ‘A new Greek treatise on zoomancy (?) and divination lore of the Near East in translation’

29 Oct.  

Peter Parsons (Christ Church, Oxford) ‘Herakles loses his Lyre: Aetia fr. 54d Harder = 150 Massimilla’

5 Nov.

Ettore Cingano (Ca’ Foscari, Venice) ‘Between mgic and epic diction: a further look at the Getty Hexameters’

12 Nov.

Giuseppe Ucciardello (University of Messina)  ‘Lyric scraps form Oxyrhynchus’

19 Nov.

Daniela Colomo (Oxyrhynchus Papyri Project, Oxford) ‘Your beauty is like a rose: riddles in a new subliterary text (P.Lips. inv. 1454v)’

26 Nov.

Luigi Battezzato (Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale, Vercelli) ‘The Getty hexameters and Greek tragedy’

3 Dec.

Giambattista D’Alessio (Università Federico II, Naples) ‘An unpublished Oxyrhynchus papyrus: hexametric poetry and prose treatise on mystery rites?’