Ancient cosmopolitanism Oxford

I will give a lecture on Nemesius of Emesa and late-antique cosmopolitanism at the XVIII. Oxford Patristics — and I should mention that I am most grateful to the Association Internationale d’Études Patristiques for a designated grant. The conference will be held on 19-24 August 2019, hosted by the University of Oxford.

Bodleian Libraries, Mandorla Mappa Mundi, English manuscript of Ranulf Higden, ca 1400

Mandorla Mappa Mundi (Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford), from a vellum MS of Ranulf Higden’s Polychronicon sive Historia Polycratica … (mid-14th c.)

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