Coffee lecture: The Silk Roads

    • 	Image: The court of Gayumars (detail) Folio 20v from the Shahnameh made for Shah Tahmasp I. Attributed to Sultan Muhammed. Tabriz, Iran, about 1522. Paper, ink, opaque watercolour, gold, silver. 45 × 30 cm. Image courtesy of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, AKM165.
    • With Dr Julian Droogan

      Course, Lecture / symposium, Member

For over 2000 years the Silk Roads linked the Mediterranean world with the kingdoms of Central Asia and far China, creating one of the great cultural melting pots of the ancient world. Dr Julian Droogan presents a journey through this most dazzling part of the globe.

Wednesdays 14 August - 4 September 2013, 10.30am

Single lecture:
$30 member & non-member

Full series:
$100 member & non-member
Price includes coffee in the 11.30am break

Bookings and enquiries: 02 9225 1878

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Duration 2 hours
Location: Domain Theatre

Related exhibition: A Silk Road saga

Image: The court of Gayumars (detail) Folio 20v from the Shahnameh made for Shah Tahmasp I. Attributed to Sultan Muhammed. Tabriz, Iran, about 1522. Paper, ink, opaque watercolour, gold, silver. 45 × 30 cm. Image courtesy of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, AKM165.