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Areas of Expertise: Roman archaeology; Mediterranean archaeology; Trade amphoras; Greek and Roman pottery; Punic and Roman Carthage
Biography: Joann Freed has a PhD in Classics from the University of Alberta (1983) and is Professor and Chair (2004-2007) in the Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies at Laurier. She has written many scholarly articles on Roman pottery and?
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Areas of Expertise: Early Roman Empire; Worship of the Roman Emperor; Roman history under Emperors; Latin literature under Emperors; Archaeology of Roman Italy; Roman archaeology
Biography: Dr. Chris Simpson is a graduate of the Universities of Nottingham and Alberta. His areas of special interest include the archaeology of Roman Italy and the monuments, literature, and history of early imperial Rome (approximately 30 B.C. to A.D. 54). As an?
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