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Interamna Lirenas goes LIVE!

last modified Aug 23, 2017 02:41 PM
Follow the students of the Faculty of Classics as they excavate the Roman theatre at Interamna Lirenas.

Since 2010 the students of the Faculty of Classics have been actively involved in archaeological fieldwork at the Roman town of Interamna Lirenas (Central Italy).

Over the next four weeks the students will be excavating the theatre: if you would like to know what they are up to now, follow them on Twitter and Instagram!

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