November 28, 2020

1.5 Archaeology of the Roman West: Roman Identities in Long Term Research Projects

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Dr. Hannah Friedman, Dr. Katherine Huntley, Libarna Urban Landscapes Project

The Libarna Urban Landscapes Project is the first research driven, systematic investigation of the ancient city of Libarna conducted since its discovery in the late 18th century. As an important settlement in the region of Gallia Cisalpina (“Gaul on our side of the alps” as the Romans called it), Libarna represents an opportunity to better understand Roman colonies and cultural interaction in northern Italy. 


Dr. Jim Morris, University of Central Lancashire


Prof. Duncan Sayer, University of Central Lancashire

Ribchester Revisited is an archaeological project based in the heart of Ribchester. The project is run by the University of Central Lancashire, in conjunction with project partners Ribchester Roman Museum, the Australian National University, and the Institute for Field Research. Ribchester Revisited aims to explore the complex archaeology of the Roman fort, as well as its associations with the vicus (town just outside the fort).



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