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Battlegrounds: The economics of ancient warfare

Lunchtime Talk
When Oct 22, 2019
from 01:15 PM to 02:00 PM
Where G19, Faculty of Classics, Sidgwick Avenue, CB3 9DA
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Contact Phone 01223 330402
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How did war change people's lives? Join Dr Manuela Dal Borgo to consider how war can move people away from their homes, work, family and sometimes even across the sea. These changes can have longlasting effects on the economy of the places from which they emigrate as well as the places to which they immigrate. This lunchtime talk will explore the economics of warfare in a few cases from the ancient world.

The talk will run from 13.15-13.45, with 15 minutes for questions.

The Museum of Classical Archaeology will also be open, for event attendees who may wish the visit.

Access information: G19 is on the ground floor and has step-free access, with space for wheel-chairs. Seating is wooden lecture-room fold down chairs and space can be restricted. The room can get very warm and stuffy during sunny weather. For further access information, please do not hestitate to get in touch or visit our website: https://www.classics.cam.ac.uk/museum/visit-us/access

This is a Festival of Ideas event.

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