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Lifelong Learning 16/17 - Romanisation: Coinage, Economy and Identity in Roman Britain


Course Information

Learning for pleasure course

A non-accredited history and heritage course.

Course Code

CLL 16/17

Course Dates

20th April 2017 – 18th May 2017

Places Available

Course Fee

Course Description

When, where, and how did Britain become Roman? What did it mean to be Roman? The notion of ‘Romanisation’ is prominent within Roman studies, whilst archaeology is increasingly concerned with the concept of identity. This course examines identity and Romanisation in Britain through a practical discussion focusing on coinage and the economy. We will use archaeological finds, surviving documents, and multidisciplinary approaches to cover coin use, taxation, the army, industry regionalisation, and the persistence of Iron Age tribal boundaries.

Barry Crump BA BSc MRes

Term: Summer

Day: Thursday

Start Date: 20 April 2017

Time: 7-9pm

No. of weeks: 5

Full fee: £36.00

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