Classical

Classical archaeology conventionally entails the study of the material culture of the Greek and Roman world from c. 8th century BC to the 4th century AD, a study area where archaeological material can be explored in combination with the written documents that are left from that world. At the Institute of Archaeology, however, Classical Archaeology embraces a wider study area that comprises the whole Mediterranean basin of the 1st millennium BC, and includes Egypt as well as other regions such as Etruria and the Iberian peninsula, which do not strictly belong to the Graeco-Roman world but very much interacted with that world.

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