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The show will feature 56 objects dating from the 3rd to the 8th century CE and examine the cultural exchange that took place in late antique Egypt.

Dr. Jordan Pickett spoke last week about the archaeology of epidemics -- past and present, including CoVid19 and the Justinianic Plague -- on the Infectious Historians podcast, produced by colleagues Lee Mordechai and Merle Eisenberg from the Princeton Climate Change and History Research…

UGA Classics Summer Institute classes met online this year. Among students enrolled is first-year MA student Cooper Hemphill.

The Forum Gallery in the UGA Department of Classics presents a Virtual Exhibition of John Linton Chapman's painting, "Via Appia" (1867).

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