As a part of the partnership between the Department of Classics in Sophia University and Torun University "Nicolaus Copernicus" Bartosz Awianowicz will give three lectures on diverse topics in Sophia next week. Here is the programme of the events:
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Thursday, 12 January 2012
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Happy New Year!
The "Classics in Bulgaria" team wishes you all the best for the 2012!
Quod bonum, felix, faustum, fortunatumque sit omnibus!
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Labels: Ancient Greek, Classics in Bulgaria, Latin, New Year
08.12.2011 - the Students' day in Columbario
On the 08th of December we celebrated the Students' day in the Columbarium (the last floor of the Sofia University main building, where the Department of Classics is situated). Gaudeamus igitur!
The celebration of the Department of Classics
On the 02nd of December, 2011 in the Hall 1 of the Sofia University main building took place the celebration of the 90th anniversary of the Department of Classics. In the morning during the official part their greetings addressed distinguished Bulgarian scientists as well as alumni of the Department – Prof. Vassilka Tapkova-Zaimova (MA in Classical philology from Sofia University in 1947), Prof. Zlatozara Gocheva, Prof. Maria Chichikova, Assoc. Prof. Petar Delev, Assoc. Prof. Kostadin Rabadzhiev, Prof. Stoyna Poromanska, Assoc. Prof. Dimka Gocheva. Prof. Anastas Gerdjikov, professor in Roman literature at the Department, gave a speech on behalf of the Rector of the University . There were greetings also by Prof. Tzvetan Teophanov, Dean of the Faculty and by Gergina Toncheva, founder of the National Gymnasium of Ancient Languages and Cultures.
In the afternoon there was a review on the activities of the Department in the past 90 years (you could see the exact programme in one of the last posts). During the break the guests had the possibility to taste dishes made according to ancient recipes, selected especially for the event. The celebration ended in the evening in the famous restaurant “Yaitseto”.
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