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Carandini Lecture

Archaeology as the key to urban context. Leafing through the new edition of the “Atlas of ancient Rome” by Professor Andrea Carandini
When May 19, 2016
from 05:00 PM to 06:30 PM
Where G21, Faculty of Classics
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Professor Andrea Carandini will be speaking as part of the "Ancient Topography, Landscape Archaeology & Human Landscape" workshop, examining the study of the ancient (urban) space. His talk is titled:

"Archaeology as the key to urban context. Leafing through the new edition of the Atlas of ancient Rome

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