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The Annual Eva Lorant Memorial Lecture

Etruscans, natives and Greeks along the Adriatic

Professor Brian Shefton, formerly Chair of Greek Art and Archaeology at Newcastle University. The Adriatic is widely held to have been pirate infested and inhospitable during the archaic and even classical centuries. In fact there is fascinating evidence, some of it only recently recognized, that it served as an important approach route from the Greek world to communities in Southern and Central Europe.
Followed by a glass of wine.
Held by the British Museum Friends and the Department of Greece and Rome

Admission free, booking required, BP Lecture Theatre


Professor Brian Shefton | talks


Date and Time:

3 December 2009 at 6:00 pm





British Museum
Great Russell Street

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