Oxford Roman Economy Project University of Oxford
 
 

Ports and Canals in the Roman World: Infrastructure and Trade

27-04-2009

The Oxford Roman Economy Project presents Ports and Canals in the Roman World: Infrastructure and Trade. This conference will explore Roman maritime commerce by discussing the infrastructure created to enhance and support trade. Papers will focus on a variety of issues such as port location and harbour construction as well as the evidence for connectivity and trade routes.
Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies
Saturday the 9th of May
14:00-18:00

See programme details for more information.

Please note that the conference is an open event, free of charge, but since numbers may need to be restricted please register as soon as possible by email to: hannah.friedman@classics.ox.ac.uk

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