This month’s post has been written by Sophie Chavarria, a second-year PhD student in Classics and Archaeology at the University… Read more Women and sacrificia publica in the Roman Republic
This month’s post is by Dr David Walsh, Lecturer in Classical & Archaeological Studies at the University of Kent. In… Read more The Cult of Mithras
This month’s blog has been written by Freya Burford, a postgraduate student who studied at Kent’s Rome Centre earlier in… Read more The Statue of Isis that Talks
This month’s blog by Mark Crittenden, a Kent postgraduate, explores the politics of the Augustan Age and questions whether we… Read more The Temple of Apollo Medicus Sosianus: Restoration and Politics under Augustus
The month’s blog is brought to you by Jade Coates. Jade is a postgraduate student studying at the University of Kent… Read more The Horologium Augusti, or when a sundial is not a sundial
The question as to why parents might expose a new-born child has perplexed people living in the 20th and 21st… Read more Why were new born children left to die in ancient Rome?
This month’s blog is by Catherine Hoggarth – through the eyes of Lucius – we view the Tiber and its… Read more Ides of May AD 73: the Vestals, the Tiber and the Bridge
Celebrating Rome’s Birthday The 21st April was identified as the birthday of Rome (a dies natalis for the city) as… Read more Celebrating Rome’s Birthday