The 2019 Octopus lecture will be given by

Dr Imed Ben Jerbania
Director of Phoenician and Punic Sites and Monuments,
Institut National du Patrimoine, Tunisia
TORCH International Fellow, Oxford, May-August 2019

Rediscovering the ‘Tophet’: New Excavations at the Sanctuary of Baal Haamon at Carthage

5pm, Wednesday 26 June 2019

Lecture Theatre, Oxford Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies, 66 St Giles', Oxford [location]

The talk will be followed by a drinks reception.

All very welcome!

The 2017 Octopus lecture was given by
Professor Carolina López-Ruiz (The Ohio State University)

The Phoenicians and the “orientalizing Mediterranean”: A view from Tartessos


The 2016 Octopus lecture was given by
Professor Lorenzo Nigro (La Sapienza, Rome)

Phoenician and Punic Motya.
Its contribution to the history of Mediterranean in the light of recent discoveries by Sapienza University of Rome

 

The 2015 Octopus lecture was given by
Professor Helene Sader (American University of Beirut)

Phoenician archaeology in Lebanon: past, present and future

 

The 2014 Octopus lecture was given by
Professor Corinne Bonnet (Université de Toulouse II-Le Mirail)

"Once again letters have come from Phoenicia"
Mythological kinship and political networking in Hellenistic and Roman times

 

The 2013 Octopus lecture was given by
Professor Nick Vella (University of Malta)

Sabatino Moscati's "La questione fenicia": revisiting a manifesto fifty years later

 

 

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