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A Performance of Oud Music from Syria, Turkey, Egypt, and Palestine

Pickett Jeremy Roberts Performance CLAS 4300
Fine Arts 400
Guest speaker

Jeremy Roberts [Lead for Athens Middle East Orchestra, UGA Alum, and Public Defender for Athens-Clarke County]

A Performance of Oud Music from Syria, Turkey, Egypt, and Palestine

Event hosted in conjunction with Prof Jordan Pickett's CLAS4300 Archaeology of the Near East: From Alexander to Islam

With the support of the Department of Classics and Franklin College

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