This year we explore the archaeology of countries where sites have been damaged or destroyed, and where fieldwork is not currently possible. The experiences of Gertrude Bell remind us that the political and archaeological issues in these areas are hardly new.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: BP Lecture Theater, The British Museum (London, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: The Roman Society; The Association for Roman Archaeology
1.45-2.30 Dr Robert Bewley (EAMENA): Endangered Roman Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa
2.30-3.15 Dr Philip Kenrick (University of Oxford): Roman (and therefore European) heritage in Libya: what is at stake and what can be done?
3.45-4.30 Professor Kevin Butcher (University of Warwick): Civil war and its aftermath: Lebanon and Syria.
4.30-5.15 Dr Mark Jackson (Newcastle University): ‘It isn't merely a responsibility to the 'Iraq but to archaeology in general’; Gertrude Bell then and now
5.15-5.30 Closing remarks