Archaeology Seminar | Envisioning the Persian Gulf as a “liquid continent”: Intercultural Encounters during the early to mid-1st millennium BCE – School of Humanities Archaeology Seminar | Envisioning the Persian Gulf as a “liquid continent”: Intercultural Encounters during the early to mid-1st millennium BCE – School of Humanities

Archaeology Seminar | Envisioning the Persian Gulf as a “liquid continent”: Intercultural Encounters during the early to mid-1st millennium BCE

Envisioning the Persian Gulf as a “liquid continent”: Intercultural Encounters during the early to mid-1st millennium BCE.

Dr Ellyn Gorris | Macquarie University & UCLouvain

 

25 May | 4pm

Abstract forthcoming.

To be held on Campus at the Chau Chak Wing Museum. All welcome. Please click here for CCW map.

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Please join us after the seminar at Sounds Café at the Museum.

Please contact Dr Hugh Thomas and Dr Melissa Kennedy
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The Department of Archaeology is part of the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI).

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Date

May 25 2023
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Time

AEDT. UTC/GMT +10
4:00 pm

Location

Chau Chak Wing Museum
Chau Chak Wing Museum
Nelson Meers Auditorium
Website
https://www.sydney.edu.au/museum/

Organizer

Archaeology
Website
http:// sydney.edu.au/arts/archaeology

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