People, ports and networking in the Roman Mediterranean

Details of the Portuslimen workshop in Oxford:

People, ports and networking in the Roman Mediterranean

Friday, 6th March, All Souls College, 2-6.30 p.m.

 

  • Simon Keay: Archaeological Challenges.
  • Pascal Arnaud: Historical and epigraphic challenges.

 

  • Nicolas Carayon: Ports and Networks: Narbonne.
  • Carlos Cabrera: The ancient port of Seville.
  • Maxine Anastasi: Pots, islands and networks: Experimenting with network analysis and the small-scale in the central Mediterranean.
  • J. Preiser-Kapeller: Mapping maritime networks: challenges, potentials, pitfalls and comparisons within the framework of the SPP-1630 “Harbours from the Roman Period to the Middle Ages”.

 

  • Concluding comments: Nicholas Purcell, Andrew Wilson

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