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Subject History

Key-Topics gender, women

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405192842.2012.00001.x


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Lindsay Allason-Jones was Director of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Artefact Studies and Reader in Roman Material Culture at Newcastle University until she retired in 2011. She was previously Director of Archaeological Museums for the University. An acknowledged authority on Hadrian's Wall, Roman Britain, and Roman and Medieval Sudan, she is the author of thirteen books, including Women in Roman Britain (2005) and Daily Life in Roman Britain (2008). She is Trustee of many of the Hadrian's Wall museums as well as the Hadrian's Art Trust. Rhiannon Ash is Fellow and Tutor in Classical Literature at Merton College, Oxford University. She has broad interests in Latin Literature of the Roman Empire, but her particular research is in the sphere of Roman historiography, above all Tacitus. She has published various books and articles on Virgil, Plutarch, Pliny the Elder, Pliny the Younger, and Tacitus, including a commentary on Tacitus’ Histories 2 (2007). Her next project is a commentary on Tacitus’ Annals 15. Elizabeth Bartman is an independent scholar specializing in ancient Roman art and is President of the Archaeological Institute of America. She has written numerous articles and reviews as well as the books Ancient Sculptural Copies in Miniature (1992), Portraits of Livia: Imaging the Imperial Female in Augustan Rome (1999), and The Ince Blundell Collection of Classical ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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