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22 September 2010 – 29 June 2011

The Latin word revelation means ‘unveiling’ and specifically the unveiling of truths concerning destiny and the intentions of the gods. Man has sought revelation since the earliest times and has used an infinite number of ways to achieve it including augury, astrology, starvation and drug use.

In this fascinating and far-reaching series of lectures, we’ll study the nature of revelation in the ancient and modern worlds and the look at the arts it has inspired.

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