2014 events

This page shows a list of events held to mark Augustus’ bimillennium in (or around) 2014. If you know of an event which is not listed here, get in touch and I will gladly add it.

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Croatia

  • 22nd to 26th September 2014  – Conference in Zagreb: Stoljeće hrabrih: Arheologija rimskog osvajanja i otpora starosjedilaca u Iliriku za vrijeme Augusta i njegovih nasljednika (The Century of the brave: Archaeology of the Roman conquest and indigenous resistance in Illyricum during the time of Augustus and his heirs): call for papers and registration details; programme and abstracts.

Czech Republic

  • 20th June 2014 – Conference in Prague: Colloquium Augustum. Great Hall, Faculty of Arts, Charles University
  • 21st June 2014 – Family activity day in Prague: Dies Romanus. Liboc archaeological park.

Egypt

Finland

  • 11th September 2014 – 11:00 – 11:45am, talk by Professor Teivas Oksala as part of the Athenis Finlandiae festival: “A decree went out from Caesar Augustus” Pax Augusta – Peace of Augustus. The opening ceremony also included a declaration of peace by Prof. Oksala in honour of Augustus’ bimillennium, and a sung performance of Finlandia by Jean Sibelius in Latin by Professor Jukka Ammondt with new lyrics that declare world peace.

France

Germany

Iran

Ireland

Italy: Rome

Italy: elsewhere

Netherlands

Poland

Portugal

Slovakia

  • Conference in Bratislava: AVGVSTVS MMXIV. Now published as issue 3 of the journal Bibliotheca Alexandrina (2016).

Spain

United Kingdom

United States of America

Publications: books

Publications: journal issues and articles

Web Resources

Products and creative works

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