University of Agder, Monday 22 October 2018, room A7-006.
10.15–11.30: New Evidence for the Date and Provenance of P.Ryl. 3.457 (P52)
Brent Nongbri, Honorary Research Fellow at Macquarie University, Sydney
11.30–11.45: Coffee and tea
11.45–12.30: Historical Contexts of Forgeries: The Philippine-American Case
Christa Wirth, University of Agder
13.30–14.15: Not even close. The so-called 4Q226 6a Fragment
Matthew Monger, MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society
14.15–15.00: Ancient or Modern? An Analysis of Layout and Variant Readings in Unprovenanced Post-2002 ‘Dead Sea
Ingrid Breilid Gimse, Master student, MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society
15.00–15.30: Coffee & tea, fruit, cake and what not
15.30–16.15: Hazon Gabriel: A Display of Negligence
Josephine Munch Rasmussen and Årstein Justnes, University of Agder
19:00–20:30: How Old are the Earliest Christian Manuscripts and How Do We Know?
Open lecture with Brent Nongbri at Kristiansand teater (Kongens gate 2)
The programme may be downloaded here.
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