2013 Winter School: Rome in the Age of Charlemagne
The Eighth Annual Winter School
Rome in the Age of Charlemagne
Rome • January 20-27, 2013
Topic and Speakers
Join Chronicles editor Thomas Fleming, his wife, Gail, and Chronicles Executive Editor Scott P. Richert for daily guided walks to Rome’s magnificent churches, museums, and archeological sites.
Listen to lectures and participate in discussions on the age when Germanic kings joined with Italian popes to recreate the Roman Empire and initiate the Church/state conflict that would dominate European politics for nearly 1,000 years.
Enjoy four-star lodging, peaceful gardens, and magnificent views at the Grand Hotel Gianicolo.
Gather with other Chronicles readers for superb food and spirited conversation at four group dinners.
Shared Double: $1,395
*All prices increase $300.00 after October 15, 2012.
• seven nights’ lodging (arrive Jan. 20; depart Jan. 27) at the Grand Hotel Gianicolo (http://grandhotelgianicolo.it)
• daily breakfast
• four group dinners
• all lectures, discussions, and walking tours
• selected entrance fees to selected museums and archeological sites
Registration is limited.
Full-time undergraduate students, graduate students, and high-school teachers should contact The Rockford Institute at (815) 964-5053 for information regarding scholarships.
Following the Winter School, some participants are going to join the Flemings for an informal tour of Florence.
For details, call the office or e-mail James Easton, director of development.