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Roman Archaeology Oct 31
Lares, Larvae, Lemures, and Manes: The ancient believed that after death their souls became spirits or shades of the dead.
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Roman Archaeology Nov 1
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Dr. Blanka Misic Nov 12
Four days left to submit your paper and workshop abstracts for in
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Roman Britain News Nov 10
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Elliot Luke Jun 29
if I only have time to visit one, which do I visit: Arbeia or Segedunum?
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Shef Archaeology Oct 28
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Roman Britain News Nov 7
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S.J.A.Turney Oct 22
Planning our half term research trip to Scotland ahead of writing a non fiction text on Agricola.
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Roman Britain News Nov 2
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🅰ntiquity Journal Jul 21
💡   ➡️ Living and dying at the Portus Romae ➡️ Tamsin C. O'Connell ()  et al 👉   (£)  
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Dr Raquel Liceras-Garrido Jan 18
A Lecturer position in Roman History is now open at . may be considered an advantage ⛏️👷‍♀️. More details 👇👇
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L'Italo-Americano Jun 25
If you are into and , save this date: : will give a lecture on the present past and future of :
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Tony Potter May 4
Who needs to go to Rome when York is so close to home! Had a great time at the today!
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Roman Britain News Nov 3
Archaeological sites beside 's River Skerne reveal secrets from Prince Bishops to the .
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Roman Army School Aug 7
Have a look at this thread to follow Professor David Breeze discussing Hadrian's Wall in the 2019 Rhind Lectures
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Roman Archaeology Nov 2
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Ribchester Revisited Jun 18
Ribchester field school 2019 is underway!
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Alice Rose Sep 5
Come along - I'm speaking about our Classical Collections in Hull too (if you needed any more convincing!)
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Association for Roman Archaeology Jul 22
Roman-era vandalism at Roman Bath? This altar records the restoration of a sacred place that had been 'wrecked by insolent hands', 'cleansed afresh' by centurion Gaius Severius Emeritus
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UE Archaeology Nov 20
in 284 AD, the ancient army proclaimed Diocletian their new Emperor.
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