Mysticism of Numbers in Lord Byron’s Life and Works

A Byron Society Lecture, 15th February


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Professor Innes Merabishvili of Tblisi State University, Director of the Georgian Byron Society is coming to give a talk on Byron and numerology.

Pythagoras, the Greek mathematician and philosopher of the 6th century BC, assigned mystical properties to numbers. Besides the Greeks, the ancient Egyptians, Romans and Babylonians all evolved number systems, and the mystical properties of numbers have continued appeal for many, even today. Professor Innes Merabishvili will give an evening talk exploring the presence and importance of the number six in the life and works of the sixth Lord Byron.


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Art Workers Guild

6 Queen Square


London WC1N 3AT

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Drinks at 6.30

Lecture 7.00-8.00pm

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Image: A Noble Poet Scratching His Head (1823), British Museum (1868,0808.8572)