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Roman History Forum

A new collaborative space for teaching and researching Roman history

  • Date03 February 2021

Roman historians from across the School of Humanities have collaborated in creating a new Roman History Forum.

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Arch of Constantine

The Roman History Forum brings together teaching and research in Roman and Late Roman History at Royal Holloway. The Forum provides a collaborative space for shared teaching and research interests and innovation in the study and communication of Roman history. Find out more about members of the Forum and its activities here.

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