Perth, Western Australia
Dear Roman Archaeology Group Members, friends, and followers. We have been sent information about an upcoming La Trobe Archaeology seminar you may find of interest:
“Please feel free to join our upcoming seminar and send the details to your members: La Trobe Archaeology seminar at 8:30 pm on Thursday, 31st March (Australian Eastern Daylight Time [AEDT])
Log in to see Professor Martin Millett (University of Cambridge) present ‘Falerii Novi, the impact of high-resolution Ground Penetrating Radar on understanding a Roman Republican city’.
Our co-host for the session will is Professor Ray Laurence (Macquarie University). Professor Laurence’s work is characterised by a cross-disciplinary interest that renders it accessible to architects, landscape historians and geographers. He has won the Routledge Ancient History Prize for his first book Roman Pompeii: Space and Society, and the Longman-History Today New Generation Prize for his book Pompeii: The Living City.
Register and automatically obtain your link for this webinar at:
When registering you will receive your Zoom link to join the webinar.
Please note that our sessions are live events and are not recorded.”