‘Keeping up Appearances: Roman Emperors on Display’

Dr Martijn Icks (QUB)

Thursday 3rd December 2015, 6.45 p.m. (followed by winter drinks)

The Bell Lecture Theatre, Physics Building, Queen’s University, Belfast



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Ancient Rome in a Digital Age

Dr Daniëlle Slootjes

How 3D reconstructions and simulations are valuable for the historical study of crowd behaviour in Ancient Rome

Tuesday 3 November, 6.45 pm
Queen’s University, Lanyon Building, Canada Room

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CAI Summer School 2015

14th-15th August 2015

Hosted by the Dublin Branch of the CAI

Renehan Hall, Old Campus, St Patricks’s College, Maynooth University, Dublin

Maynooth University
Old Campus, St Patrick’s College

Attendees from Ireland and beyond . . .   A meeting with the speaker Assembly of Members

18th June 2015 – Inaugural Event

Classical Association in Northern Ireland 

Entrance QUB

Dr Peter Crawford and Dr Raoul McLaughlin

The Coleraine Hoard – Raid, Trade or Paid

Setting up and greeting new members  

Raoul and Peter compare notes


setting up
Helen with the sign-in sheets
John Curran (centre)
Members arriving in the Senate Rooms


Peter outlines the location of the find
Raoul explains the contents of other silver hoards

 Showing the speech

   A closer examination of illustrations

Conversations 3          Warner                Peter 2  Ladies  wine

 March 2015

Professor Brian Campbell (QUB), ‘Roman Lessons’

Providing strategic suggestions for American generals and deflating the most Euro-sceptic MP – just two of the lessons provided by Prof Campbell

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Professor Campbell delivers his talk


Friendly discussion during refreshments 

 Queen’s University Belfast, 15th – 17th August 2014


Attendees Enjoy Light Refreshemtns in the Clositers of QUB Lanyon Building Discussion Continues Over Dinner in the Great Hall of QUB Dr John Curran Converses with Oliver O'Sullivan Dr John Curran Introduces Dr Roaul McLaughlin Dr John Curran Prepares for the Opening in the QUB Council Chamber Just a Few of the Names of Those Who Joined Us Mai&Smith Prof Campbell Enraptures the Audience with his Journey from Spanish Bleach to Roman Rivers Prof Talbert on Portable Sundials Professor Andrew Smith on the Philsophers' Journey Professors Richard Talbert and Brian Campbell Answer Some Questions Regarding Peutinger Raoul Students Awarded Bursaries Talbert Talbert2 The QUB Copy of Peutinger Unearthed in the Library Welcome to All Welcome2


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