The Master and Research Master in Classics and Ancient Civilizations provide comprehensive training covering the entire range of present-day research on the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome, Egypt and the Near East.
Are you an international master’s student looking for a challenge? Do you want to know more about leadership and your personal leadership style? Visit our information evening on 1 November and find out whether the International Leiden Leadership Programme (ILLP) is something for you!
On Thursday 13 October 2016 the symposium 'Palaeography in Context' takes place at Leiden University. At this symposium the focus is on recently published Aramaic texts and innovative approaches towards Aramaic scripts from the Ancient Near East. Palaeographic traits of a variety of texts will be dealt with from a technical perspective and will be brought into dialogue with their sociohistorical settings. Students are most welcome to attend!
Forum Antiquum 20 October: ‘Nulli tam laeti triumphi – Constantine’s cameo and its historical context’
On 20 October 2016 Professor Ruurd Halbertsma will speak about one of the newest acquisitions of the National Museum of Antiquities: the victory cameo of the emperor Constantine. The lecture will be given at the museum, followed by a short visit of the cameo.