Hadrian's Wall: Life on the Roman Frontier
Publié par Marion Coste le 17/05/2019
Explore the archaeology of the most heavily fortified frontier in the Roman Empire, its people and their lives. Hadrian’s Wall stretches over 73 miles (117 km), from coast to coast in what is now Northern England. The Wall, complemented by a sophisticated system of outposts and coastal watch stations, offers a remarkable glimpse of ancient society. In addition to housing one of the largest concentrations of Roman soldiers anywhere in the Empire’s provinces, Hadrian’s frontier system was home to an incredibly cosmopolitan array of civilians.
|Quand ?||Du 06/05/2019 au 23/06/2019|
|Où ?||Newcastle University|
|S'adresser à||6 semaines|