Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies, Oxford, 27 April 2019
A conference, co-hosted by Drs Susan Walker (Oxford University) and Ine Jacobs (Ioannou Centre), in commemoration of the life and work of the late Dr Daniel Howells. Speakers, many of whom knew or worked with Dr Howells, will present papers on the art of ancient gold glass, its historical contexts and influence on later art.
· Giulia Cesarin, “Gold-band glass: from Hellenistic to Roman luxury glass production.”
· Yasoko Fujii, “A Study of Continuity: gold leaf techniques on gold glass. From Hellenistic ‘Kirikane’ to Late Roman ‘Scratching’.”
· Will Lewis, “A Constantinian prince’s guide to religion and culture in the mid-fourth century.”
· Susan Walker, “Craft, consumers and the value of gold-glass in late antique Rome.”
· Lucy Grig, “’Cultures of Conviviality’: thinking about the role of the gold glasses in feasting and conviviality.”
· Eileen Rubery, “Gold glass and the cults of female saints in Rome: whatever happened to the Virgin Mary?”
For online registration, visit the conference’s Eventbrite page.