Roman Archaeology PhD and MPhil Supervision

Professor Penelope Allison

  • Household archaeology
  • Pompeii
  • Roman art
  • Consumption approaches to Roman artefacts
  • Space and gender in archaeology

Professor Neil Christie

  • Late Roman archaeology
  • Early Medieval and Medieval archaeology
  • Urbanism
  • Defence
  • Late Roman and Early Medieval Christianity
  • Italy and Spain

 

Professor Simon James

  • Archaeology of conflict
  • Violence and military institutions, especially the Roman army
  • Archaeology of the Roman provinces and related cultures
  • Representation of the past, especially in visual media

Professor David Mattingly

  • Roman Britain
  • Roman Africa
  • The Roman economy
  • Aspects of Roman imperialism, identity
  • Roman landscapes
  • Saharan archaeology

Dr Sarah Scott

  • Roman provincial art
  • Romano-British villas and mosaics
  • Archaeological approaches to art
  • Ancient art and the antiquities market

Dr Dan Stewart

  • Late Hellenistic and Roman Greece
  • Roman Crete
  • Text and material culture
  • Archaeological field surveys, urban and rural

Dr Jeremy Taylor

  • Archaeology of Later Prehistoric and Roman landscapes
  • Archaeology of the Western Roman provinces, especially urban rural inter-relations
  • Relationships between theory and method in landscape-based research

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