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Lecture on the historical fall of ancient Troy at UCLA 1/12/10. Free to Public

This is my first post here on BN so I hope it works. I guess it's about time for me to get the show on the road. Anyway, with the wannabe poser Troy downtown in flames, it's ironic that there is a visiting archaeologist who has spent his career studying the (real) site of Troy and the Aegean giving a presentation about its collapse. He is presenting his lecture tomorrow at the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology (Fowler Building) located in the middle of the UCLA campus. Just go to Janss steps and turn left (if you're facing them). It's in room A103B @ 7:00 PM. It's free to the public, but seating is limited. Should be very entertaining....  


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