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"Roman Warships in Experiment:  Reconstruction and Sailing Tests"
Hans Moritz Günther, Kavli Institute for Astrophysics & Space Research, MIT

Tuesday, January 31, 2017
4 PM
Marlar Lounge, 37-252...

21L.338 Reading in the Original: Virgil's Eclogues

An Introduction to reading Latin literature in the original language.  This course provides a bridge for students with one semester or more of formal Latin training (Latin I/II, high school  Latin, AP Latin, or...

Building on the success of ten prior seasons of the IAP in Ancient Italy/Greece  program, the MIT History Faculty and MT Concourse will again offer to between 10 and 15 MIT undergraduate a first-hand experience of Greek art and archeology in the settings where they can best be explored:  in the...

January 16-24, 2016

Now in its tenth year, this program of the MIT History Faculty offers to between 10 and 15 MIT undergraduates a first hand experience of Greek and Romanl archaeology - urban topography, architecture, public and private monuments - in the setting where they can best be...

"Cosmogony and Music: The Banquet Song of Iopas in Virgil's Aeneid"

Evan MacCarthy, Assistant Profeossor of Musicology, West Virginia University

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

5:15 pm in 14E-304