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Colloquium: Raiders of the Ark(ive): Coins in Collections of Curiosities

Posted in Arts & Culture, Students & Campus Life
Nov 23, 2017

John Bargrave Cabinet of Curiosities

Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies (CMRS) Colloquium:
Raiders of the Ark(ive): Coins in Collections of Curiosities
Presented by students of CMRS 499

When:  Thursday, Nov. 23, 4:30 pm

Where:  St Thomas More College, Rm 200

Info:  For more information contact the CMRS Director, yin.liu@usask.ca

Students will share their adventures travelling the UK while doing original research on ancient and early modern coinage in the Blackburn Museum's R. E. Hart Collection and Canterbury Cathedral's John Bargrave Cabinet of Curiosities.

All are welcome.

 

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