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Classical Archaeology Seminar - Ideals of the ancient city. The intersect of archaeology and urban planning in Italy, 1860 - 1914

Sofia Greaves (Cambridge) - Ideals of the ancient city. The intersect of archaeology and urban planning in Italy, 1860 - 1914
When Mar 05, 2019
from 04:30 PM to 06:00 PM
Where Room 1.04
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Part of a research seminar series that takes place most Tuesdays during term time. 

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