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JCA Colloquia (Fall 2009)

The Judaism and Christianity in Antiquity program of the University of Virginia has scheduled an outstanding series of colloquia for this semester:

  • Harry Gamble, “Codex Sinaiticus: The Production and Purpose of a Fourth Century Bible,” Tuesday, September 22, 2:00-3:15, Newcomb Hall 289.
  • Robin Darling Young, “The Eagle Vision in IV Ezra,” Tuesday, October 20, 2:00-3:15, Newcomb Hall 481.
  • Wendy Mayer, “The Cult of the Maccabees: A Window on Jewish-Christian Relations in Late Antique Antioch,” Tuesday, December 1, 2:00-3:15, Newcomb Hall 481.

If you’re in the Charlottesville area, please join us.

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1 Response to “JCA Colloquia (Fall 2009)”


  1. 1 Daniel O. McClellan
    August 31, 2009 at 10:41 pm

    Sounds like a great set of lectures. Unfortunately, I’ll be quite a ways out of town. I’d like more information on Wendy Mayer’s presentation, if any is ever made available. I am doing some research that deals peripherally with the cult of the Maccabees, and given her past work with Chrysostom and the cults of the saints, I’m sure it will be excellent.


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