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Clearing and Adjustment

For information about the dept. and courses, contact Prof. Zahra Newby (02476 523023) or Prof. Victoria Rimell (02476 575103), 9am-5pm Thursday, or 9am-1pm Friday. Outside these hours you may email V.Rimell@warwick.ac.uk, or Z.L.Newby@warwick.ac.uk.

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Coin of the Month: Fulvia, the power behind the lion?

coin fulviaMasters student Jacqui Butler explores the role Fulvia played at the end of the Republic by discussing her representation on a coin series struck in Gaul. Read it here.


New open access publication: Ashmolean Latin Inscriptions Project

Abigail Baker and Alison Cooley, 'Breaking through the language barrier – bringing ‘dead’ languages to life through sensory and narrative engagement', Journal of Museum Management and Curatorship, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09647775.2018.1501601

Abstract: Ancient inscriptions can be difficult to understand and off-putting to museum audiences, but they are packed with personal stories and vivid information about the people who made them. This article argues that overcoming the language barrier presented by these objects can offer a deep sense of engagement with the ancient world and explores possible ways of achieving this. It looks at examples of effective approaches from a range of European museums with a particular emphasis on bringing out the sensory, social, and narrative dimensions of these objects. It argues that inscriptions can change the way that museum visitors view the ancient world and empower them to interpret the past for themselves in new and creative ways.


Coin of the Month: Augustus and the Exaggeration of Military Victories

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In July's coin of the month, undergraduate student Dillon Patel explores how Augustus communicated his conquest of Armenia. Read about it here.


Tokens and religious diversity in Late Antiquity

British Academy Visiting Fellow Cristian Mondello explores some of the tokens of Late Antiquity in this blog.


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