Events Archive - 2015
The students in the course ART 418/HLS 418/CLA 418 “Antioch Through the Ages” will present the results of this semester's work reconstructing the history of a sector of Princeton's Antioch excavations from the 1930s. Sector 17-O was considered a failure by the excavators of the period, as it failed to uncover the Forum of Valens or museum…
There is no registration fee, but please register for the conference as seating is limited. http://www.princeton.edu/visualresources/sinai-and-its-icons/registration/
The Ransom of the Soul: Afterlife and Wealth in Early Western Christianity
Marking a departure in our understanding of Christian views of the afterlife from 250 to 650 CE, The Ransom of the Soul explores a revolutionary shift in thinking about the fate of the soul that occurred around the time of…
Please go to the Framing Early Medieval Coinage website.
After two years of work, the Framing Coinage project has finished surveying the important changes in minting during the transition from the ancient to the medieval periods throughout Europe, North Africa and…
Cosponsors:the Eberhard L. Faber 1915 Memorial Fund in the Council of the Humanities the Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies in celebration of their 35th Anniversary of Hellenic Studies at Princeton.
Janet Stephens, Hair Archaeologist
Cosponsored by Gender, Sexuality and Religion group
Co-Sponsored by the Program in the Ancient World and the Committee for Study of Late Antiquity
Workshop on Jacob of Serugh
Department of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University
Professor Jeff Childers (Abilene Christian University), “Jacob’s New Testament Text”