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Hybrid FAST Lecture | Living around a Byzantine Capital: Ravenna and Its Hinterland after the End of the Roman Period; Landscape, Settlements, and Environment

Marco Cavalazzi, University of Bologna
Thursday, December 2, 2021
6:00-7:30 PM
Virtual
FAST, or the Field Archaeology Series on Thursdays, is usually hosted in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. However, due to space restrictions, this lecture will take place in the Classics Library (2175 Angell Hall), and will also be streamed live via Zoom (see link below). Please feel free to choose the attendance method that suits you best.

Our speaker is Marco Cavalazzi of the University of Bologna, an EU-funded Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow in the University of Michigan Department of Classics. His lecture is entitled “Living around a Byzantine Capital: Ravenna and Its Hinterland after the End of the Roman Period; Landscape, Settlements, and Environment.” Dr. Cavalazzi's research focuses on the history of rural landscape in late antiquity and the Medieval period. His current project centers on furthering 3D integration in the recording of archaeological features ( https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/101029015).

While FAST lectures are typically known for the plentiful provision of food and drink, for the time being, there will be no food or drink provided. Our deepest apologies to those disappointed by the decision—it seems the most prudent choice, given the circumstances.

Physical Attendance Location:
Classics Library (2175 Angell Hall)

Virtual Attendance Location:
Zoom Meeting ID: 925 9548 8851
No passcode needed
Building: Angell Hall
Event Link:
Website:
Event Type: Livestream / Virtual
Tags: Archaeology, Classical Studies, Free, Lecture, Virtual
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