Phone: 061 585060
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Cumann Clasaiceach na hÉireann - Limerick Branch

Cumann Clasaiceach na hÉireann

Limerick Branch

Hon. Secretary: Mr. Tom Seaver, “Rinnaknock”, Glenstal, Murroe, Co. Limerick.

Tel. 087 7912347;      E-mail   walshseaver@eircom.net

Programme of Lectures, 2018

The following is the programme of lectures for the Autumn term in the Limerick Education Centre, Marshall House, Dooradoyle Road.   All lectures begin at 7.30 p.m.

                               

N.B. Tuesday, October 16:  “Death and the Afterlife among the Greeks and Romans,”

by Damhlaic Magshamhráin, Chairman, Sligo Branch of the Classical Association of Ireland.

Wednesday, October 24:      “Wool and Textile Production in the Roman World,”

by Ms. Isabella Bolger, Chairperson, Central Council of The Classical Association of Ireland.

                                                                                                                                 

Wednesday November 21:  “The Fall of the Roman Republic”, by Dr. Matthew Potter,

                                                 Curator, Limerick Civic Museum.

Wednesday, December 5:   Constantine’s enigmatic symbol of Christianity: the occurrence of the Chi-Rho on artefacts and coins,” by Ms. Clodagh Lynch, Limerick Branch, C.A.I.

All enquiries to Mr. Tom Seaver, as above.

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Limerick Education Centre,
1st Floor, Marshal House
Dooradoyle Road,
Limerick,

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Phone: 061 585060
Fax: 061 585061

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