Current events

We host seminars, conferences and film screenings, which are open to the public as well as to staff and students at the university.

WiP Seminar Series Three students look and point at a cabinet of ancient artifacts

Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology "Work in Progress" Seminar Series

The Department of Archaeology, Classics, and Egyptology’s Work in Progress Seminar Series hosts weekly presentations, given by early career scholars, on all aspects of the ancient world and its reception, to an ever-growing interdisciplinary and international audience including (but not limited to) Archaeologists, Classicists, and Egyptologists.

Peter Sarris on 'Justinian: Emperor, Soldier, Saint' Mosaic of Justinianus I - Basilica San Vitale (Ravenna)

Peter Sarris on 'Justinian: Emperor, Soldier, Saint'

The Department of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology and the Liverpool Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at the University of Liverpool are delighted to announce Professor Peter Sarris’ talk on his new book on Justinian, titled ‘Justinian: Emperor, Soldier, Saint’.

The Turin Papyrus Collection – Past, Present and Future research projects “Goldmine Papyrus” with a map of the Wadi Hammamat on the recto and several texts

The Turin Papyrus Collection – Past, Present and Future research projects on DeM papyri by Dr. Susanne Töpfer (Museo Egizio di Torino)

On Thursday, March 7, at 5pm (UK time), Dr. Susanne Töpfer will host a seminar on Museo Egizio's significant papyrus collection. Delve into 3,000 years of written culture with a focus on ongoing research projects and the innovative Turin Papyrus Online Platform.

Annual Brunner Lecture

Brunner Lecture in Egyptology

'The Art of Writing: Ancient Egyptian Artists and the origins of alphabet’ by Professor Dimitri Laboury.

Two students in the Garstang Museum