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World history, connectivity and material culture, edited by Martin Pitts and Miguel John Versluys. From Cambridge University Press
Jorrit Kelder, Senior Research Grant Adviser at Luris with close associations with Faculty of Archeology Classical and Mediterranean research, has been invited to become Guest Scholar in a major research programme at the Getty Research Institute, exploring the relations between the Greek / Roman world and Egypt from the Bronze Age to Late Roman Times.
Egypt in material and mind. The use and perception of Aegyptiaca in Roman domestic contexts of Pompeii
The impact of Rome on cult places and religious practices in ancient Italy, BICS Supplement 132, London 2015
This publication of the School of Advanced Study of the University of London is one of the outcomes of the Landscapes of Early Roman Colonization project and the Colonial Rural Networks project.
Edited by Tesse D. Stek and Jeremia Pelgrom , is one of the outcomes of the Landscapes of Early Roman Colonization project (Free Competition NWO, Dr. T.D. Stek)
Proceedings of the Vth International Conference of Isis Studies, Boulogne-sur-Mer, October 13-15, 2011
19 November: Doliche and the Sanctuary of Iuppiter Dolichenus: The Evolution of a Cult Centre in North Syria
By Dr Michael Blömer, University Münster
Seminar at the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden
This richly illustrated edition, which is one of the (publically accessible) products of the VIDI project 'Cultural innovation in a globalising society: Egypt in the Roman world', illuminates the Roman world from a new perspective.
Studium Generale lecture series 2000 Years after the death of the first Roman Emperor
During the Masterclass “Archaeology from the Sky”, participating students have used small drones to acquire aerial photos from the Italian landscape of Molise. With sometimes amazing results.
The absolute experience of the past during the second half of the XIXth Century - Tussaud’s Gallery in London, and the Crystal Palace Museum at Sydenham.
A guest lecture by Prof. Dr Eric Moormann
Istanbul, organised by the Leiden VIDI project 'Cultural innovation in a globalising society' (Dr. Miguel John Versluys ), in cooperation with Utrecht University ( Dr. Rolf Strootman ) and the Netherlands Institute in Turkey (NIT)
12 February 2014: guest lecture "Alien cities. Consumption and the origins of urbanism in Roman Britain"
Martin Pitts (University of Exeter) will be in The Netherlands to deliver a lecture on his project examining the economic and social impact of early Roman towns on the landscape of south-east Britain.
Expert meeting organized by Natascha Sojc and Miguel John Versluys Location: Vrieshof 2/002
The Faculty of Archaeology has a new Centre of Archaeological Studies in Italy.