Roman childhood: a date for your diary

roman-childhoodGrowing up in the Roman Empire: A multidisciplinary approach to Roman childhood

An evening event held in the beautiful World Heritage site of Durham Castle. Two talks by leading experts in Roman childhood bring together a wide range of archaeological, skeletal and historical evidence for understanding the experience, perceptions and care of children in the Roman World.

Professor Maureen Carroll (University of Sheffield)

Dr Rebecca Gowland (Durham University)

Location: The Senate Suite, University College (The Castle), Durham

Date/Time: 5.00-7.30pm, Friday 19th May

Drinks and Canapes included

£15 (£10 for members of the Roman Society or SSCIP)

Places are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. To book a place, please send this form , together with your payment to Rebecca Gowland, Department of Archaeology, South Road, Durham, DH1 3LE. Please make cheques payable to Durham University.

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