Posted by: lukelavan | November 12, 2011

Kent Fieldwork Evening 2011

UniKent Archaeological Fieldwork Evening 2011

Recent discoveries and current research of

The Department of Classical and Archaeological Studies

Tuesday 29th November 7-9 p.m. KLT5

An evening of illustrated lectures: free, and open to all.

Dr Francesco Trifilo  Estate agents’ distance meters and ancient gameboards: a report on fieldwork in the Forum Romanum, Rome

Ms Celine Murphy The ‘Three Peak sanctuaries of Central Crete’ Project

Dr Patty Baker     Excavations at Monte San Martino ai Campi, Trentino, Italy

Dr Luke Lavan    Kent work at Ostia 2011: from the Temple of Hercules to Victory Square

The lectures will be held in Keynes Lecture Theatre 5, Keynes College, University of Kent, Canterbury campus. The nearest car park is behind Keynes College.

Places are limited, so to reserve a place please email G.Eves@kent.ac.uk with the subject line ‘Fieldwork Evening’

Classical & Archaeological Studies, School of European Culture and Languages, University of Kent, Canterbury, KENT

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