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Prostheses in Antiquity - 30/06/2015, Cardiff (Wales)

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 30/06/2015

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Trinity Saint David's Lampeter Campus, University of Wales (Cardiff, Wales)





9.30 am WELCOME 10.00 am ‘Prosthetics, Aids and Disability: A Modern View’,

Ellen Adams, King’s College London 10.30 am ‘The Prosthetic Service Today’ Ian Massey, Cardiff Artificial Limb and Appliance Centre 11.00 – 11.30 am TEA & COFFEE 11.30 am ‘Prostheses and Anatomical Ex Votos in Antiquity’ Alyce-Rose Cannon, University of Sydney 12.00 pm ‘Objects as Prostheses in Fifth Century Athenian Tragedy’ Anne-Sophie Noel, University of Lyon 12.30 pm ‘Prosthetic Hair in Ancient Rome’ Jane Draycott, University of Wales Trinity Saint David 13.00 pm – 14.00 pm LUNCH 14.00 pm ‘“Unconscious of his arms and his legs”: Perceptions, Prognoses, and the Treatment of Paralysis and Loss of Function Injuries in the Ancient Mediterranean’ Katherine van Schaik, Harvard University 14.30 pm ‘“An amputee may go out with his wooden aid on Shabbat”: Socio-cultural Dynamics and Medical Knowledge Related to Disabilities and Prostheses in Talmudic Traditions’ Lennart Lehmhaus, Freie Universität Berlin 15.00 – 15.30 pm TEA & COFFEE 15.30 pm ‘Evidence of a Late Antique Amputation in a Skeleton from the Hemmaberg’ Josef Eitler, Landesmuseum Kärnten & Michaela Binder, Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut 16.00 pm ‘The Complex Aspects of Experimental Archaeology: the Design of Working Models of Two Ancient Egyptian Great Toes Prostheses’ Jacky Finch, KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology, University of Manchester 16.30 – 17.30 pm DISCUSSION 17.30 – 18.00 pm WINE RECEPTION 18.00 pm Keynote Address: ‘Prostheses in Antiquity: Function, Form and Fabrication’ Ralph Jackson, British Museum 19.30 pm CONFERENCE DINNER

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