History Alumni Events Publication
- AGM & Dinner - Fri 25 May
- Battlefields of St Albans - Sat 16 June
- Wesley's Chapel, Wesley's House and the Museum of Methodism - Sat 8 Sep
- Inaugural Lecture - 'Luxury and austerity in ancient Greece' - Tue 27 Nov 2012
- 'Language and Enlightenment' Discussion - Mon 10 December 2012
- Visit to William Morris Gallery - Sat 15 June 2013
- Visit to Marlborough House, London - Fri 22 Mar 2013
- Lecture Party with Dr Antonio Sennis - Fri 15 March 2013
- Alumnus Association AGM & Alumni Dinner - Fri 17 May - UPDATED INFORMATION
- Bonnie and Clyde Screening and Discussion, Cinema Museum, London (Wed 17 July)
- Victoria and Albert Museum - Private Tour, Mon 7 Oct 2013
- Lecture: The Intellectual Consequences of the First World War - Wed 27 November 2013
- Inaugural Lecture - Professor Margot Finn (Tuesday 11 February 2014 - 6.30pm)
- Inaugural Lecture - Professor Karen Radner - Tuesday 4 March 2014 - 6.30pm
Inaugural Lecture - Professor Karen Radner - Tuesday 4 March 2014 - 6.30pm
Publication date: Jan 2, 2014 4:19:23 PM
Jan 2, 2014 4:00:00 PM
End: Mar 5, 2014 12:00:00 AM
Location: Wilkins Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, UCL
For more than three centuries, the Assyrian Empire exercised hegemony over the ancient world. By the 7th century BC, its influence stretched from Sudan to the Caspian Sea.
And suddenly, the empire vanished. This lecture analyses the significance of the raid of an ancient temple at the empire’s heart in 614 BC and focuses on the political, ideological and social impact of this unprecedented event.
This lecture is free - book now.
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