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An Introduction to Roman Britain course for this winter

During the 2017/18 academic year, Dr David Rudling FSA will be teaching in Sussex two similar introductory classes on Roman Britain. Starting in the mid 1st century BC and ending in the 5th century AD we will explore over two terms (20 weeks) the archaeology and history of Roman Britain. Topics to be examined will include: the invasions of Caesar and Claudius, the army, client kingdoms, ‘Romanization’ / ‘Becoming Roman’, towns, roads, villas, farmsteads, trade, industry, religion and burial, and ‘The End’ of Roman Britain. both courses will involve illustrated lectures, practical handling sessions of Roman-period artefacts, and visits to museums and archaeological sites in Sussex (and perhaps beyond).

AN INTRODUCTION TO ROMAN BRITAIN

Venue 1: Rottingdean Whiteway Centre – Wednesday mornings, 10.30am-12.30pm. Fees: £160. Contact: www.rwc.org.uk or phone 07913 753 493. Starting Wednesday 20th September 2017.

Venue 2: Plumpton College – Thursday evenings, 6.30-8.30pm. Fees: £210. Contact: www.plumpton.ac.uk/courses/countryside-management/insight-into-roman-britain-plumpton-certificate-277/ or Telephone Chloe Kester on 01273 892052. Starting Thursday 28th September 2017. Use of College Library and Refectory.

N.B. Students completing this course (‘Insight into Roman Britain’) will  be given a Plumpton College Certificate.

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