Dr Benet Salway
Benet Salway focuses on later Roman history, Greek and Roman epigraphy and onomastics, Roman law, and travel and geography in the Graeco-Roman world. He teaches undergraduate courses on the Roman Empire and the Roman Army and postgraduate courses on Latin Epigraphy and the Empire of Constantinople. He is a director of the major AHRC funded Projet Volterra.
Areas of Research Supervision: Roman Imperial History (social and political), Roman epigraphy (Greek and Latin) and onomastics, Roman law, and travel and geography in the Graeco-Roman world.
Qualifications & memberships of professional bodies
|1994||DPhil||University of Oxford|
|1989||BA||University of Oxford|
|HIST6105 The Roman Empire from Augustus to Theodosius I|
|HIST2900 Soldier and Society: Documenting the Roman Army|
HIST3104/9104 Mechanisms of Power: Running the Roman Empire (c.70BC-AD275)
|HISTGA03 Latin Epigraphy|
|HISTGA16 The Empire of Constantinople, AD 425-641|
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