The Role of Latin in Early Modern Europe (1400-1750): Texts and Contexts

At University of Wales, Lampeter, on May 11, 2001
At University College, Cork, on May 12-13, 2001

 

General Information

The Neo-Latin Conference will be held in two venues — in University of Wales, Lampeter, on Thursday 10th May and in University College, Cork on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th May 2001.

University of Wales, Lampeter

After the ancient universities of Oxford and Cambridge and Scotland, St David's University College, Lampeter, is the oldest university institution in Britain, receiving its first charter in 1828. Further information is available at the University website:

University College, Cork

The University, which is a fifteen minutes walk from the centre of Cork, was originally established as one of three Queen’s Colleges created in 1845 at Cork, Galway and Belfast. Further information is available at the University website:

Ferries

There are three ferry companies sailing to Ireland:

Driving in Wales and Ireland

Use the Route Planner at the Automobile Association website http://www.theaa.com to plan the route and length of your journey.

Trains (Iarnród Éireann)

Train connections to Cork from Dublin.
All enquiries: tel. +353 21 506766, website http://www.irishrail.ie/

Buses (Bus Éireann)

Coaches to Cork from airports and other Irish cities
All enquiries: tel, +353 21 508188, website http://www.buseireann.ie/

Taxis

It should cost no more than £8 from Cork Airport into the city or university by taxi.

Flights

Insurance

While the Organising Committee will make every effort to ensure the safety and well being of all participants, it cannot accept responsibility for any personal accident or loss or damage to private property of participants and accompanying guests, which may occur either during or indirectly arising from the Conference. We recommend that delegates from EU member states carry a completed E-111 form for any emergency medical treatment. Other delegates should consult their travel agents about insurance.

Currency and Banking

The currency in Ireland is the Punt (Irish Pound) which is linked to the Euro exchange rate. Banks are open from 10.00 – 16.00 Tuesday to Friday and until 17.00 on Monday. There are few outlets for foreign exchange in Cork at weekends so bring enough Punts to enjoy yourself on Saturday evening!

The currency in the UK is the Pound Sterling.


An inter-university conference supported by the Department of Ancient Classics, UCC, and the Department of Classics, UWL.

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