SACE Ancient Worlds Summer School

Animated discussion at break-time

The first week of the SACE Ancient Worlds Summer School included language courses in Sanskrit (which was a bit disorganised) and Akkadian (which was excellent), or alternatively lectures based on current research in Egyptology.

We were surprised to see that the potentially 20 sessions for the two languages were reduced to 17, two of the missing ones being taken up with a ‘visit’ to a museum that was closed–so there was a handling session instead.  The schedule is shown in the picture below:

In another location, the masses showed their opinion of student hall catering:

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