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The Baron Thyssen Centre for the Study of Ancient Material Religion was founded at The Open University in 2018 to promote research into the material, visual and other sensory aspects of Greek, Etruscan and Roman religions, and to bring this research into dialogue with work on material religion in later periods. The Centre provides support for the research of staff and students based at The Open University, publishes written and audio-visual resources, and organises a regular programme of lectures, seminars and conferences. Visit the About page to find out more.

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