Warfare and Athletics in the Ancient Greek World

Classics-Guest-Lecturer

Ancient Studies
Wednesday, March 26 | 12:00 Noon
“Warfare and Athletics in the Ancient Greek World”
Matthew Trundle, Classics and Ancient History, University of Auckland
215, Fine Arts Building

Dr. Matthew Trundle is Professor and Head of the Classics and Ancient History Department at the University of Auckland in Auckland, New Zealand. Author of numerous articles and book chapters on topics in Greek history, Prof. Trundle has written Greek Mercenaries: From the Late Archaic Period to Alexander (Routledge, 2004) and co-edited New Perspectives on Ancient Warfare (Leiden, 2010) and Beyond the Gates of Fire: New Perspectives on the Battle of Thermopylae (Bradford, 2013). He is currently completing the editing of Roman-era inscriptions from Isthmia for publication and working on an project that examines the roles of coined money in the transformation of the Greek world in the classical period.

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