The talk presented to the Cirencester Science & Technology Society by Professor Peter Sarris, Professor of Late Antique, Medieval and Byzantine Studies, University of Cambridge, on the Reign of Justinian and the Plague.

Peter Sarris is Professor of Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Studies at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Trinity College. He trained as a historian in Oxford, where he was a Fellow of All Souls College.

He has written extensively on Early Medieval and Byzantine History, and his publications include Byzantium - A Very Short Introduction (2015) and Justinian - Emperor, Soldier, Saint (2023)(which was the Sunday Times, London Evening Standard and BBC History Magazine 'Book of the Year').

Joint lecture with Cirencester Archaeological and Historical Society

Date: Wednesday, 10 Apr 2024
Professor Peter Sarris: Professor of Late Antique, Medieval and Byzantine Studies
University of Cambridge