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‘POMPEII OF THE SYRIAN DESERT’? RETHINKING DURA-EUROPOS FOR THE ‘DECOLONIAL’ ERA – University of Reading

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‘POMPEII OF THE SYRIAN DESERT’? RETHINKING DURA-EUROPOS FOR THE ‘DECOLONIAL’ ERA

All are welcome to join University of Reading’s Classics Department online for the 10th Annual Percy Ure Lecture, to be delivered by Simon James, Professor of Archaeology at University of Leicester and President of the Ermine Street Guard. In this lecture, which honours the legacy of our founding Professor, Percy N. Ure, Professor James will consider the civil aspects of the Roman garrison at Dura-Europos, its nature and origins.

Admission free. Booking essential.

To book your place visit

https://tinyurl.com/UreLecture2020

For more information, please contact Professor Amy C. Smith at a.c.smith@reading.ac.uk

Event information

Date

04 December 2020

Time

16:00-17:00

Location

ONLINE

Contact

Professor Amy C. Smith: a.c.smith@reading.ac.uk

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