September 11th- November 9th
Euripides' Bacchae and other Myths of Dionysus
September 1st-November 1st
Haruspicy, the interpretation of dreams, astrology, augury, omens, inspiration, and divine possession.
1st June - 1st September 2021
Latin Summer School
Permanent – a two-part seminar every month
A program entirely in Latin with a focus on classical, medieval, and modern Latin literature
Sept.17th and Sept. 24th, 2021, h. 18:00-19:30 CEST
The fight between christians and pagans in Late Antiquity (Pliny the Younger, Tacitus, Tertullianus).
Oct.15th and Oct. 22nd, 2021, h. 18:00-19:30 CEST
A seminar on this strange deity, keeper of ancient gardens (Horace, Tibullus, Martial, Priapea).
Nov. 19th and Nov. 26th, 2021, h. 18:00-19:30 CET.
The monstrous forgers of gods (Virgil, Ovid, Pietro Carrera).
Dec. 10th and Dec. 17th, 2021, h. 18:00-19:30 CET
Ethnography of ancient Britain (Caesar, Pliny the Elder, Tacitus).
Jan. 14th and 21st, 2022, h. 18:00-19:30 CET
The portrait of the Senex Corycius (Vergil, Horace, Giovanni Pascoli).
Febr. 17th and 24th, 2022, h. 18:00-19:30 CET
Who were the Epicureans? (Lucretius, Horace, Cicero, Erasmus)
March 18th and 25th, 2022, h. 18:00-19:30 CET
Didacus Vitrioli's Latin poem on the swordfish (1845)
Pictores et philotechni
April 15th and 22nd, 2022, h. 18:00-19:30 CEST
Artists and collectors of Greece and Rome (Cicero, Horace, Pliny the Elder)
May 20th and 27th, 2022, h. 18:00-19:30 CEST
Pascoli's poem which was awarded the gold medal at Amsterdam in 1897
July 22nd and July 29th, 2022, h. 18:00-19:30 CEST
Petrarch's treatise "On His Own Ignorance and That of Many Others"