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Thursday 9 May 2019, 6.00 – 8.15pm
“Visualising Antiquity in the Modern World”
Professor Michael Scott, Warwick Department of Classics and Ancient History

Please note:

Places are free and are available on a first-come-first served basis with priority given to Warwick Alumni.

On completion of this form you will receive a notification of your registration – this is not confirmation of your place on this seminar. We will send you confirmation of your place separately, applying the first-come-first served rule, prioritising Warwick Alumni.

Due to popularity of these events, and our criteria of prioritising Warwick Alumni, you will not be able to book a place for someone else. Any duplicate submissions for the same event will be counted as one place.

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