Roman

The Roman empire provides a fascinating case-study of an imperial culture, and one which has left a profound legacy to the modern world. Through its long history of expansion, first in Italy, and then across the Mediterranean world and into northern and central Europe, Roman culture was transformed in many ways. Major topics in Roman archaeology include urbanism, trade and industry, rural society, religion, institutions of empire, and the dynamics of cultural interaction. Scholars based at the Institute and elsewhere in UCL cover the full spatial and chronological range of Roman studies.

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