IconAegean

Exploring Aegean Iconography

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Red carnelian lentoid from Mycenae, Greece, showing a Mistress of Animals with attendant lions, c1450 BCE,

with impression and drawing of the impression (CMS I 144).


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Last updated 1 March 2018

Invited Lectures


Guest Lecture, University of Vienna, 2016

CMS Lecture, Heidelberg University, 2016

TFAAIA Public Lecture, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 2015

Invited Lecture, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 2015

Invited lecture, University of Sydney, Sydney, 2015

AAIA Lecture, Athens, 2014

CMS Lectures, Heidelberg University, 2014

AAIA Lecture, University of Sydney, Sydney, 2014

Invited Lecture, University of Sydney, Sydney, 2013

Invited Lecture, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 2013

Public Lecture, Aegean Bronze Age Colloquium, New York, 2012

Invited Lecture, Department of Archaeology, University of Sydney,

                  Sydney, 2011

ESTIA Public Lecture, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 2009

Commissioned Paper, CMS 50 Year Jubilee Symposium,

     Marburg, 2008

Public Lecture, Aegean Bronze Age Colloquium, New York, 2008

Invited Lecture, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations,

          Yale University, 2000

Invited Lecture, Classics Department, University of Cincinnati, 2000