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Thursday, December 1 - Exhibitions Lecture: Weeks, Months, and Years in Greek and Roman Calendars
Daryn Lehoux, Queen's University 

Thursday, January 26 - Exhibitions Lecture: Geographical Portable Sundials; Reliable Instruments or Roman Fashion Statements?
Richard Talbert, University of North Carolina

Thursday, February 2 - ARCE Lecture: Enigmatic Sites and Headless Nubians: Exploring the Eastern Desert of Late Roman Egypt
Colleen M. Darnell, University of Hartford, Central Connecticut State University, and Naugatuck Valley Community College

Monday, February 27 - Cosmos, East and West: Astral Sciences in South and East Asia and Their Interaction with the Greco-Roman World
Conference organized by Bill M. Mak (ISAW Visiting Research Scholar) and Lillian Tseng (ISAW)
9:30am - 5:00pm

Monday, February 27 - Exhibitions Lecture: Time and Cosmos in Greco-Roman Astrology
Stephan Heilen, University of Osnabruck 

The Eighth Annual M.I. Rostovtzeff Lecture Series
Egyptian versus Greek in Late Antique Egypt: The Struggle of Coptic for an Official Status
Jean-Luc Fournet, Professor, Collège de France, Paris 
Wednesday, March 22 - Rostovtzeff Lecture I:  An Egyptian Exception?
Wednesday, March 29 - Rostovtzeff Lecture II: Why Greek was Preferred to Coptic?
Wednesday, April 5 -  Rostovtzeff Lecture III: The Rise of Legal Coptic and the Byzantine State
Wednesday, April 12 -  Rostovtzeff Lecture IV: The Role of the Church in the Growth of Legal Coptic

Thursday, April 6 - Exhibitions Lecture: A Portable Cosmos: The Antikythera Mechanism
Alexander Jones, ISAW