Colloquium: Graeco-Roman Egypt in Manchester

Friday 10th June 2011

John Rylands Library, 150 Deansgate, Manchester

This colloquium will discuss and explore the Graeco-Roman collections held in the Manchester Museum and the John Rylands Library special collections, an immensely rich collection of material including everything from documentary papyri to the famous Fayyum portraits excavated by Flinders Petrie over a hundred years ago. The colloquium is organised by Dr Roberta Mazza, from the Religions and Theology Department of the University of Manchester.

There is no registration fee, but £15  for joining the lunch if interested. Because of organizational matters, if you would like to attend please contact Roberta Mazza by 20 May at the following e-mail address: roberta.mazza@manchester.ac.uk.

Further information on the colloquium programme can be found here: GREat Manchester

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