Social Time in the Ancient World: Rhythms and Rituals

24mei2018 26mei2018


Interdisciplinary conference on temporal rhythms and rituals in the ancient world


This conference investigates how people in the ancient world structured and perceived time through the regular repetition of certain acts, such as religious ceremonies, economic activities, political acts or even practices as mundane as eating.
For more information on the programme, please download the conference flyer.

Organisation and registration

The conference is organized by CHRONOS, an interdisciplinary network funded by the DFG connecting 15 researchers studying time in the ancient world (3000 BC – AD 600):

All are welcome to attend. Please register before May 20 with

Venue: UvA/Doelenzaal

Gepubliceerd door  Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen