Roman archaeology forms an important part of the research and teaching environment at Nottingham with staff and students engaged in research projects in many different parts of the former Roman Empire. Staff also play key roles within the Centre for Late Antique and Byzantine Studies and teach modules and provide supervision within the Archaeology postgraduate portfolio.
Staff and students are engaged in major field projects including:
Staff and students are also engaged in major research projects focused on how diet and material culture were used in the formation of new identities in the provinces under Roman control:
Roman archaeology is also a focus of materials research at Nottingham, notably on the provenancing of mosaic tesserae and other Roman glass:
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