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Oxford Roman Discussion Forum - 14- 21-28/10, 04-11-18-25/11, 02/12/2015, Oxford (England)


FECHA/DATE/DATA: 14- 21-28/10, 04-11-18-25/11, 02/12/2015

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Lecture Room, Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford (Oxford, England)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Andrew Wilson; Jelena Jaric; Maggie Burr

INFO: web - andrew.wilson@arch.ox.ac.uk -

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: gratis / free / gratuito

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

Week 1, Wednesday, Oct. 14th

"How Romans improved the productivity of animal husbandry:

evidence from ancient Western Europe using stable isotopes and faunal remains"

Dr Silvia Valenzuela-Lamas, University of Sheffield


Week 2, Wednesday, Oct. 21st

"Towards an economic geography of consumption in the Roman World?"

Dr Miko Flohr, Universiteit Leiden


Week 3, Wednesday, Oct. 28th

"Olive oil production in Roman and late Roman Jordan"

Dr Tomasz Waliszewski, Instytut Archeologii, University of Warsaw


Week 4, Wednesday, Nov. 4th

"The Southwestern Fazzan in Garamantian times: new evidence

from the Italian work in the Wadi Tanzzuft and the Tadrart Akakus"

Dr Maria Carmela Gatto, University of Leicester


Week 5, Wednesday, Nov. 11th

"Roman exploitation of water power: chronological trends and geographical spread"

Prof. Andrew Wilson, University of Oxford


Week 6, Wednesday, Nov. 18th

"The Arles-Rhône 3 shipwreck project, from the river to the museum"

Dr Sabrina Marlier, Musée départemental Arles antique


Week 7, Wednesday, Nov. 25th

"Endangered Archaeology: the Past, Present and Future of the Middle East"

Dr. Emma Cunliffe, University of Oxford


Week 8, Wednesday, Dec. 2nd

"Gold mining in the Eastern desert of Egypt from Ptolemy I to the Ummayad period"

Prof. Jean-Pierre Brun, Collège de France


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