Book presentation (via Microsoft Teams) by Lucia Raggetti and Sara Fani, CeSMI’s Book Talks
March 12, 2021, @ 16:00-17:30
Link to participate: urly.it/39pxs – code: e3zav6g
Paper (via Microsoft Teams) by Stefania Sònia Buosi Moncunill (Universitat de Barcelona)
December 2, 2020, @ 17:00-19:00 (GMT +1)
Link to join the meeting (via Teams)
Online Lecture (via Zoom) by Gabriele Ferrario at the ‘Johns Hopkins Hillel – Baltimore’
November 22, 2020, @ 17:00-18:30 (ET)
Gabriele will introduce the students to the history of the discovery, the process of conservation and the contents of the manuscript collections retrieved from the Genizah of the Ben Ezra Synagogue of Old Cairo.
An AlchemEast panel hosted by the conference ‘Il teatro della natura’ of the Italian Society for the History of Science (SISS):
Chairs: Marco Beretta and Matteo Martelli
Daniele Morrone, La mirabile fusione fredda del piombo da Pseudo-Aristotele a Plutarco
Marco Bellini, Pietrificazione: trasmutazione e meraviglie naturali nell’antichità classica e bizantina
Masayo Watanabe, Nature in the Jābirian Corpus
Giorgia Pausillo, Le illustrazioni nei manoscritti alchemici bizantini: problemi e nuove prospettive
Catania, 19-21 November 2020 (online via Teams)
International Digital Workshop Alchemy in Byzantium: A Research Field on the Rise, organized by Gerasimos Merianos, National Hellenic Reserach Foundation
Monday, 9 Nov. 2020, @ 5:00ー8:00 PM (Athens time zone)
Tuesday, 10 Nov. 2020, @ 5:00ー9:00 PM (Athens time zone)
Zoom link to join the conference
Lucia Raggetti, Four shalt thou count! Ps-Democritus’ Book on Elements and First Principles
Bojidar Dimitrov, Matteo Martelli, Homer’s Alchemy between Byzantium and Baghdad
Online Lecture (via Zoom) by Eduardo Escobar at the Columbia University (New York), Center for the Ancient Mediterranean.
Friday, October 23, @ 5:OO PM (NY Time)
Link to the website (to register and receive the zoom link for the event)
AlchemEast Workshop, 2-3 July 2020 (on-line via Microsoft Teams)
Organized in collaboration with Rachele Pierini (University of Bologna / Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard)
The workshop will explore the art of making perfumes in the ancient Mediterranean, with special attention to the Egyptian, Babylonian and Aegean worlds. The papers will deal with ancient technologies and ingredients as well as with the science of modern perfumery. To join the two sessions, please follow the links below:
First Session: July 2 (Thursday), 3:00 – 5:00 PM
Join the first session via Microsoft Teams (use the web version).
Second Session: July 3 (Friday), 3:00 – 5:00 PM
Join the second session via Microsoft Teams (use the web version).