Save the date, anybody with an interest in Roman history (or history in general) will not want to miss this. Guy de la Bédoyère (a fellow of the Society of … Continue reading
Professor David Kennedy will be presenting at our next RAG session to be held on Saturday 15th December, 2018, at Alexander Lecture Theatre from 1:30pm. The sessions are entitled ‘Constantinople: … Continue reading
Notice of AGM in which amendments to the RAG RULES will be proposed to make them in accordance with the New Associations Corporations Act 2015 (State Government of Western Australia).
The RAG Winter Lecture Series will start in October this year with two lectures on Saturday October 20th. It will be held at the Alexander Lecture Theatre, Arts Building, UWA. … Continue reading
We have two sets of lectures coming up. This Saturday, 17th February 2018 1:30 – c. 4:30pm, Emeritus Professor David Kennedy will be presenting two lectures on cites of the … Continue reading
On Saturday 9th September, 2017, Dr Michael Birrell will be presenting two lectures to the Roman Archaeology Group (Perth). The lectures will be held in the Alexander Lecture Theatre, Arts … Continue reading
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A reminder that Guy de la Bédoyère will be presenting two lectures to the RAG Sunday, 19 March 2017
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Sunday 5th February 2017. Venue: Ross Lecture Theatre, Physics Building UWA Dr Michael Birrell will present two free lectures. 1:30pm -Merida: A Roman city in Spain The ancient Roman city of Augusta Emerita. … Continue reading
A digital map of the Roman Empire: http://pelagios.org/maps/greco-roman/
Saturday 15th October 2016. Winthrop Professor David Kennedy will present two lectures on the Roman Army. David Kennedy studied the Roman Army for his Doctorate at the University of Oxford. These lectures … Continue reading
Oldest hand-written Roman document discovered in London “In a recent discovery, archaeologists have announced the findings of a dig in London to be the first ever written roman record. The … Continue reading