Myth in the Greek and Roman worlds

Saturday 5 December 2015, 10.30–16.30
BP Lecture Theatre
£23, no concessions £23

This study day complements an Open University course and explores what myth is, the context for myth and how Greek and Roman myths connect. Lectures and talks will cover various characters including Aeneas, Jupiter, Io, Phaeton, Hercules, Apollo and Diana. These will be illustrated through painting, prints, drawings, sculpture, coins and medals, largely from the Museum's collection. Speakers will be from the British Museum and UCL. Open to all, including Open University students.

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Myth in the Greek and Roman worlds

Saturday 5 December 2015

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