Women in the Ancient World Study Day https://www.britishmuseum.org/events/women-ancient-world Free Join British Museum staff and expert guest speakers for presentations which will support A level students studying Classical Civilisation and Ancient History. This event is aimed at A level students aged 16+. Y11 pupils who are interested in extending their knowledge and considering studying the relevant subjects at A level are also welcome. Date: Friday 16th September Time: 10.00 am – 15.00 pm Students will have the opportunity to visit the Feminine Power: The divine to the demonic exhibition during the school exclusive morning session between 10.00 and 12.00. Speakers include: Vicky Donellan, British Museum; Women in the Trojan War Amy Smith, Reading University; Exploring the role of women in Ancient Greek festivals through studying late black-figure Athenian pottery. Rachel Mairs, Reading University; Cleopatra: representations of powerful queens. Shushma Malik, Roehampton University; Agrippina the Younger and the women of Rome: imperial and domestic roles in Roman society Full programme details to be published on the British Museum website Students must be accompanied by a member of school staff. Home educated students are welcome with an attending adult (please note we are unable to accommodate younger siblings at this event). Booking Information: Phone: +44 (0)20 7323 8181 Free, for UK schools only, booking essential.
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Women in the Ancient World Study Day
16 September 2022