28 May 2004: Archaeology lecture by Fabio Barry entitled Walking on water. Cosmic pavements in Antiquity, Byzantium and Christendom (18.00). 3 June 2004: Archaeology book presentation of the volume Cosa V: an intermittent town, excavations from 1991-1997 by Elizabeth Fentress (18.00). 9 June 2004: Humanities lecture by Alice Sanger entitled Palace chapels, aristocratic devotion, art patronage and the cult of relics in 17th-century Rome (18.00).
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