SPCC LECTURE SERIES
MARCH 24 AT 19:30
“Christian and Jewish Limyra: Portrait of a Late Antique Lycian City”
Lecture by Mag. Dr. Martin Seyer
Martin Seyer was born in Vienna and did his undergraduate studies at Vienna University in classical archaeology and Egyptology. In 1991 he received his master’s degree and in 2001 his doctor’s degree, again from Vienna University. Dr. Seyer has extensive experience in archaeological excavations working at Carentum, Austria and Petra, Jordan, as well as at Limyra. Since 2005 hhe has served as the Director of “The Lycian Inscribed Monuments Project”; since 2007 he has been employed by the Austrian Archaeological Institute as the Director of the Austrian excavation at Limyra. In January 22-23, 2013 he organized a workshop in Vienna on “The Menorot of Limyra and Judaism in Asia Minor.” Dr. Seyer has written and edited many books and articles. When not working at Limyra, he lives in Vienna with his wife and son.
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