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Mind, Body, Magic: Sensory And Emotional Approaches To Magic In The Roman World - 27/03/2020, Milto

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 27/03/2020

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: The Michael Young Building, Walton Hall Campus, The Open University (Milton Keynes, England)


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Lunch will be provided, and a range of vegetarian and vegan options will be available. If you have any special dietary or other needs, or any other questions about the event, please contact the conference organisers, Adam Parker ( and Stuart McKie (


09:00 Registration

9:45-10:00 Welcome & introduction

10:00-10:25 Stuart Mckie - King Pyrrhus’ Magic Toe: Pliny the Elder and the Supernatural Power of the Human Body

10:30-10:55 Giulia Frigerio - Apolline divination in Roman times: A cognitive analysis of the success of Claros and Didyma

11:00-11:30 Coffee

11:30-11:55 Jordan Poole: Materiality of uterine gems in Roman Egypt

12:00-12:25 Adam Parker: Teething Problems: Pierced tooth amulets and the protection from pain

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-13:55 Despina Keramida: The aesthetics of emotional storytelling in Ovid

14:00-14:25 Paula Arbeloa: ‘Odi et Amo’. Hope, autosuggestion and security: emotionl effects of the use of magic figurines in erotic rituals

14:30-15:00 Olivia Angsten: Queering magic: a new theroy of magic in antiquity

15:00-15:30 Coffee 2

15:30-15:55 Andrew Fear: Singing in tongues

16:00-16:25 Brita Ager: Scent, taste, and transcendence in the Greek Magical Papyri

16:25-16:55 Isabel Black – The left hand of darkness: temporary drawing on the body in the Greek Magical Papyri.

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