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Study Day

22nd January 2005

With best wishes
Ute

ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT OF A WORKSHOP

THE CRIMEA AT THE CROSSROADS;
BYZANTINE, RUSSIAN AND WESTERN INFLUENCES
ACROSS THE BLACK SEA
IN THE MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN PERIODS

19 February 2005, from 10.00-19.00
IN ROOM 2C, MAIN BUILDING, STRAND, KCL

SPONSORED BY THE CENTRE FOR HELLENIC STUDIES
& DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICS, KING’S COLLEGE, &
THE STATE HERMITAGE MUSEUM, ST. PETERSBURG

and funded by THE BLACK SEA INITIATIVE of the BRITISH INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY AT ANKARA
SUPPORTED BY THE BRITISH ACADEMY

Five Russian specialists: Dr Mark Kramarovsky and Dr Boris Marshak from the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg; Professors Dimitri Shvidkovsky and Sergei Karpov from Moscow, and Dr Larissa Golofast from Sevastopol and Moscow, will join Professor Michel Balard from Paris, Dr Jonathan Shepard from Oxford and Black Sea expert Neal Ascherson from London.

THE WORKSHOP IS OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED
AT A CHARGE of £10/£5 unwaged

A VISIT TO THE HERMITAGE ROOMS AT SOMERSET HOUSE IS PLANNED FOR THE PARTICIPANTS

The event is organised by Professor Judith Herrin and Caspar Meyer (Department of Classics) and Geraldine Norman, UK representative of the State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Russia. Please direct enquiries to [removed] or 020 7 848 2299.

For further information, contact [removed], or call Professor Herrin 020 7 848 2330

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