November 9, 2020

1.1 Archaeology of the Roman West: Tomb Disturbance, Violation and Plundering

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Dr. Cristina Murer, Universität Bern

Murer, C. 2018.  From the tombs into the city: grave robbing and the re-use of Roman funerary material in late antique Italy', ActaAArtHist 30: 115-137.

Murer, C. Forthcoming.  Transforming the Past: Tomb Plundering and the Reuse of Funerary Material in Late Antique Italy.



Dr. Liana Brent, Kenyon College

Brent, L. 2017. Disturbed, Damaged and Disarticulated: Grave Reuse in Roman Italy’,  TRAC 2016 Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference: 37-50.

Brent, L. 2020. 'Sealed and revealed: Roman grave opening practices', Journal of Roman Archaeology 33: 129-146.



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