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Harmonogram // Schedule

Semestr Zimowy / Winter semester

15.10: Robert Wiśniewski (UW), Counting presbyters in late antique Rome

22.10: Grzegorz Ochała (UW), The cathedral of Faras as as a monument of Nubian memory

29.10: Merle Eisenberg (University of Maryland), Pandemics and History: the Plague Concept, Disease, and the End of Antiquity

5.11: Aleksander Paradziński (UW), Magnus of Carrhae, Ammianus Marcellinus and Sulpicius Alexander - the phenomenon of 'soldier historians' of the Later Roman Empire

12.11: Paweł Nowakowski (UW), ‘Why lies it idle, this beautiful stone?’, or a short introduction to a new project in early Byzantine epigraphy

19.11: Jerzy Szafranowski (UW), How to distinguish monks from clerics in sixth-century Gaul

26.11: Marek Jankowiak (Oxford University), On Kyros of Alexandria, seventh-century popes and the Arab conquest of Egypt

3.12: Andrzej B. Kutiak (Technische Universität München), 'Marea'/Northern Hawarriya: the planning of a Byzantine town 

10.12: Joanna Wegner (UW), Looking (not only) to heaven: the Aphrodito clergy in the 6th c. 

17.12: Marta Szada (Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu), The Gothic language and the Homoian identity in the post-Roman successor kingdoms

7.01: Marzena Wojtczak (UW), How to become a monastic superior? – legal perquisites & mundane realities in late antique papyri

14.01: Anna Kotłowska (Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza), Poemat De Creta Capta Teodozjusza Diakona jako źródło historyczne

21.01: Damian Mrugalski (OP), Could Plotinus have been influenced by Jewish and Christian thought? The history of the notion of God's infinity

28.01: Adam Ziółkowski, Bartosz Kontny, Kiril Myzgin, Krystyna Stebnicka, Michał Baranowski (UW), Kryzys cesarstwa w III wieku. Dlaczego wybuchł i dlaczego został zapomniany?

4.02: Jakob F. Stagl (Universidad de Chile), The death of the jurist. Aporiai of the 'biographical approach'.