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Conference Vine Growing Tegel

Vine-growing and winemaking in the Roman world

A 3-day hybrid event in honor of Jean-Pierre Brun to discuss new data, trends and approaches to Roman viticulture and wine production.

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KNIR Research Dialogue: Indigenous Epistemology and Early Modern Science

Nahua Scholars and the Making of “De historia animalium Novae Hispaniae” (1571-1577)

by Marcy Norton (University of Pennsylvania)
20 October 2021 at 17.00 CET, hybrid event

Knir Colloquium Plaster Face Casts And The Heritage Of Colonialism And Racial Science

KNIR Colloquium: Plaster face casts and the heritage of colonialism and racial science

This year’s first colloquium has been organized by Fenneke Sysling (Leiden University) and will be held from 18 till 20 October. You are welcome to attend the public lecture Densità e opacità degli oggetti sensibili. Prospettive nella curatela delle collezioni coloniali by Rosa Anna Di Lella (Museo delle Civilità di Roma) on Tuesday 19 October at 17.00 CET at the institute.


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Unknown Archaeology and History of the Eternal City (400-1000 AD)
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Academic Workshop: The Year 1000 in Rome


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KNIR Debate

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Zoomsessie: Van ‘zona rossa’ tot ‘Green Pass’. Tips voor een Romereis in 2021/2022

Toegang is gratis
Boekomslag Mafiopoli

Mafiopoli: Een zoektocht naar de ‘Ndrangheta, de machtigste maffia van Italië

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Archaeology Field School: Exploring Mountain Society in Ancient Samnium

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Minor Program Rome-Florence


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Practicum: Mining Library Treasures

Postponed to 23-30 August 2021


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Summer School: Cultures of Science and Art in Rome, 1400-1900

Postponed to 28 July – 6 August 2021

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Nascholingscursus De interdisciplinaire Romereis

Verplaatst naar 23-28 juli 2021

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Keynote Lecture: The Theology of a Pagan Philosopher

Prof. Dr. Rainer Hirsch-Luipold (University of Bern)

Monday 12 July at 17.00h our visiting professor Rainer Hirsch-Luipold will present his current research on the fascinating pagan-religious thinker Plutarch of Chaeronea, who inspired creative minds such as Shakespeare, Montaigne, Schiller and even Beethoven. Please join us live (RSVP: or on Zoom.

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KNIR Research Dialogues Francesca Diosono

Ongoing Research Projects on the Mid-Republican Colonies of Rome in Southern Lazio and Sabina: Fregellae, Terracina and Cascia, Villa San Silvestro

7 July 2021 at 17.00 CET

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Summer School: Roma Caput Mundi


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Seminar: Latin Epigraphy on Location

Postponed to 22 June – 1 July 2021

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Seminar: Constantijn en Rome

Komt te vervallen vanwege Covid-19 


Seminar: Jesus’s Polymorphism in the Wider Context of Greco-Roman Religion


Aerial Archaeology Group

Field Practicum Mountain Archaeology: Survey, Aerial, Remote Sensing

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KNIR Research Dialogues Andrea Mammone

Memory of the Risorgimento in the South: New Challenges

26 May 2021 at 17.00 CET

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KNIR Research Dialogues Davide Domenici

12 May 2021 at 17.00 CET


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Conference Augustine and the Humanists

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Seminar: Excavating National Pasts

CANCELLED due to Covid-19

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Seminar: Early Roman Imperialism in the Making

Suspended due to Covid-19
New Date TBA


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Masterclass: A Greek Philosopher and Priest of Apollo in Rome. Plutarch’s Religious Philosophy and its Impact on Christian Thinking

Plutarch, the Platonist philosopher and priest of Apollo at Delphi, is the most prolific and erudite Greek author with an enormous oeuvre covering issues ranging from history and biography through natural sciences and art to ethics and theology. During his stay in Rome Plutarch wrote lives of illustrious Greeks and Romans and expressed in some of them his view of religion and God (Romulus, Numa, Cicero). The seminar will have a special focus on these Lives together with Roman Questions and other writings discussing matters of religion and theology.


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Winter School: Roma Caput Mundi




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Opening academic year 20-21

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Practicum: Exploring Mountain Society in Ancient Samnium

In this field school, you explore the archaeology of mountain society with a small, international team in mountain sites in the Apennines. Together we develop the best field methodology for each site, combining Lidar, satellite and drone data with hard old-fashioned field work. The history and archaeology of ancient societies often focus on coastal settlements in fertile plains, well-connected by the Mediterranean Sea. Mountain society has been understudied because of negative, primitive stereotyping, and simply because field work is much harder in thin air and thick vegetation. Yet, highland sites in the Apennines were often much larger and more complex than previously thought. In this campaign, we try to shed light on sites such as hillforts, and their role in ancient society. Besides practical skills in the field, in the lab you learn to process Lidar, drone and other data. The campaign is physically demanding, but guarantees beautiful views of the Italian mountains.