Africa in the Roman Empire: new perspectives on old ruins
13 May, 2013
6:00pm for 6:30 start - drinks afterwards
Professor David Mattingly is Professor of Archaeology at the University of Leicester and a Fellow of the British Academy. He is an internationally renowned expert on the archaeology of ancient North Africa and has led many excavations and surveys in Libya and Tunisia. Professor Mattingly has written a number of books on the archaeology of ancient North Africa and Roman imperialism. This year he has delivered the prestigious Jerome Lectures at the University of Michigan and the American Academy in Rome.
Professor Mattingly is a William Ritchie Fellow in the Dept of Classics & Ancient History at the University of Sydney.
Location: Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia (CCANESA) Room 480 – lvl 4 Madsen Building F09