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  • BICS Supplements 129 and 132 published

    We are pleased to announce that two new BICS Supplements are available for order now. BICS SUPPLEMENT 129: IMAGES AND TEXTS: PAPERS IN HONOUR OF ERIC HANDLEY edited by RICHARD GREEN AND MIKE EDWARDS and BICS SUPPLEMENT 132: THE IMPACT OF ROME ON CULT PLACES &  RELIGIOUS PRACTICES IN... read more

  • Whose grave is this? ICS Guest Lecture 13 May 2015

    ICS Guest Lecture 13 May 2015 at 5 pm in Senate House G22/26 Rachel Abramovitz-Zelnick (Professor of Classics at the University of Tel Aviv and ICS Visiting Fellow) will deliver a lecture entitled Whose grave is this? The ownership of grave plots in Ancient Greece. She will examines the intricate... read more

  • Afterlife of Cicero 7-8 May 2015

    A conference organised by the Warburg Institute, the Institute of Classical Studies and UCL. The conference will be held at the Warburg Institute.   The conference will explore the impact of Cicero’s writings and personality on intellectual and cultural history, on the visual arts,... read more

  • Rome-London Lecture : 6 May 2015

    The Mausoleum of Hadrian rediscovered: a new architectural study This year's Rome-London Lecture - held at the Institute of Classical Studies in association with the British School at Rome - takes place at 5pm on Wednesday 6 May in Senate House G22/26. Professor Paolo Vitti will present an... read more

  • Rumble Lecture in Classical Art : 18 March 2015

    2015 Rumble Lecture in Classical Art. Wednesday 18 March 2015 at 6pm. King's College London, Strand Campus. Institute of Classical Studies in association with King's College London. John Onians (Professor Emeritus of World Art, University of East Anglia will present a lecture entitled:... read more