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Roman Discussion Forum MT 2012

08-10-2012

Roman Discussion Forum of Trinity Term 2012 will have many talks on themes related to the Oxford Roman Economy Project. There are two talks on perfume production by Jean-Piere Brun (October 10th), a the ports of Rome by Simon Keay (October 31st), a talk navigation by Jonathan Christensen (November 14th) and a talk on iron production by Ruth Fillery-Travis (November 21st).

Full programme

Week 1 - Wednesday October 10th    
The Production of Perfumes in Antiquity.    
Professor Jean-Pierre Brun, College de France.

Week 2 - Wednesday October 17th
Roman Pharaohs? Representation of the Emperors in Egypt.
Elizabeth Mary Brophy, University of Oxford.        

Week 3 - Wednesday October 24th
Recent Work at Dorchester-on-Thames: Aspects of the Late Roman Period in the Oxford Region.
Paul Booth, Oxford Archaeology.
        
Week 4 - Wednesday October 31st
The Ports of Rome During Late Antiquity.
Professor Simon Keay, University of Southampton.
 
Week 5 - Wednesday November 7th
The Animal Bones from Alfred’s Castle.
Priscilla Lange, University of Oxford.
 
Week 6 - Wednesday November 14th                    
Coastal Towers and Navigational Aids in Antiquity: Case Studies from the Aegean.
Jonathan Christensen, Université de Lyon.
             
Week 7 - Wednesday November 21st
Socio-Economic Influences on the Technology of Roman Iron Production in Austria and England.
Ruth Fillery-Travis, University College London.
    
Week 8 - Wednesday November 28th
TBC
 

October 10-10, 2012:
RDF: Jean-Pierre Brun, The Production of Perfumes in Antiquity.

Lecture.

School of Archaeology, Lecture Room. All Welcome.

October 31-31, 2012:
RDF: Simon Keay: The ports of Rome.

Lecture.

School of Archaeology, Lecture Room. All Welcome.

November 14-14, 2012:
RDF: Jonathan Christensen - Coastal Towers and Navigational Aids in Antiquity.

Lecture.

School of Archaeology, Lecture Room. All Welcome.

November 21-21, 2012:
RDF: Ruth Fillery-Travis - Socio-Economic Influences on the Technology of Roman Iron Production in Austria and England..

Lecture.

School of Archaeology, Lecture Room. All Welcome.

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