Conference:'The impact of Rome on the British countryside'
Date: 11-13 October 2013
Venue: University of Chester, Riverside Campus
Price for 2 days: £95 with the additional option of a guided visit to North Wales on 14th October for £20
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2014 FIEC Congress, Bordeaux
25-30 August, 2014
For all details, see: http://fiec2014.sciencesconf.org
Graduate Centre for Arts and Humanities
AHRC-Funded Heritage Skills Seminars and Master classes
Heritage-themed seminars for postgraduate and early career researchers to be hosted by The Graduate Centre for Arts and Humanities, Swansea University.
The programme will include master classes and key note addresses by leading practitioners from internationally-renowned heritage sites; sessions will offer intensive training in specialist skills currently in demand by the heritage sector.
A number of travel bursaries are available.
For further information please visit the Research Institute for Arts and Humanities (RIAH) website:
AOC will be starting tomorrow on a program of conservation and post excavation on two amazing roman altars. The two rare carved Roman altars, one dedicated to the Roman God Sol and the other to Mithras are amongst the most important Roman finds ever to be made in Scotland both for the quality of the carving and the importance of the inscriptions. The Mithraic altar is the first dedication to Mithras known from Scotland and the most northerly example to date.
Follow the AOC's progress on a daily basis at the following website:
'Art in the Round': New Approaches to Ancient Coin Iconography
Numismatists, Classicists, Historians, Archaeologists and Art Historians are invited to present their research in order to contribute to this lively and necessary topic.
Abstracts for papers of no longer than 300 words should be sent by email to
Further information, as well as workshop flyers and updates, can be found at:
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The Association Etruria Nova, in collaboration with Superintendence of Cultural Heritage in Campania is organising a field work in Southern Italy, in Magna Grecia. The purpose of this initiative is the promotion of archaeological research in Campania, area rich in archaeologically significant sites.
Call for papers for the XIIIth International Colloquium on Roman Provincial Art 2013 - details to be found on the dedicated website http://csircolloquium13.arheomedia.ro/
See also ARHEOMEDIA-project dedicated to the study of ancient stone monuments bearing depiction from the territory of today's Romania and their iconography - details on the bilingual website www.arheomedia.ro
For more information, see the website: www.f.bg.ac.rs/international_cooperation/imperialism_and_identities_2012_eng
And click here for further details.