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    ROYAL COLLEGIUM LECTURES - TWENTIETH YEAR





    The Royal Collegium is proud to present a series of lectures to take place in the twentieth year of the Recent Awakenings. These lectures will present the results of scholarly research and give general information about the Collegium. Check this notice often as new events will be added to it throughout the year.


    The Hydra - Master Pete, College of Logics
    Saturn, Ninth day Third Moon
    8 late bells, Collegium Assembly Room

    The Royal Engineer will present his findings and plans for future research into the hydra. Those who have seen the remains on the parapets, will undoubtedly wish to hear this lecture to learn more about the history of the beast and the plans for disposal.


    Sculptures and Materials - sera Taite, College of Humanities
    Moon's Day, Eighteenth day Third Moon
    8 late bells, Collegium Assembly Room

    Sera Taite's sculptures are well-known to the residents of Castle Marrach. In this lecture, she will explain the different media used and how she chooses the material for each work. This will include a demonstration. Those with an interest in art and sculpting will be particularly pleased to attend this lecture.



    Introduction to the Royal Collegium - Lady Charmiam, Royal Collegium
    Saturn, Twenty-third day Third Moon
    8 late bells, Collegium Assembly Room

    The Dean of the Royal Collegium will explain the structure and function of the Collegium and the various Colleges, how to apply as a student, what paths your research might take. If you have an interest in scholarly research or are curious about the Collegium, this lecture is for you.
    Last edited by Charmiam; 03-09-2019, 04:22 PM.

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    Please be advised that the Introduction to the Royal Collegium lecture hosted by Lady Charmiam, Dean of the Royal Collegium has been moved until the Twenty-third day of the Third moon at 8 Late bells.

    Assistant to the Dean of the Royal Collegium
    Ser Kaspar

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      Sera Taite's lecture has been added to the series.

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