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Topographical dictionary - Building glossary

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RT @James_E_Miles: The new Portus Project website is live, check it out http://t.co/KzbyZ1qB #portusproject #ArchCRG...


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The Portus Project « The British School at Rome

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The Portus Field School - UOSM2023 | University of Southampton

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Archaeologists uncover evidence of large ancient shipyard near Rome

Archaeologists uncover evidence of large ancient shipyard near Rome | The site of Portus | Scoop.it
Archaeologists, excavating Portus - the ancient port of Rome, believe they have discovered a large Roman shipyard.

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Reconstructing Portus - Rome's Lost Empire - Portus Project

We have been producing computer graphic representations as part of our work at Portus since 2007. These are used for a number of purposes. Firstly, they help us to bring together all the many forms of digital data gathered ...
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Rome's Lost Empire - Portus Project

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Portus Lecture | Digital Humanities

Portus Lecture. Date: 09.10.2012. Time: 6PM. Speaker: Professor Simon Keay. Location: Turner Sims. You are cordially invited to the lecture “Roman Emperors, Ships and Commerce: inter-disciplinary research at Portus 2011-2012″ ...


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Wonderful discoveries. The Portus Project revealed.

For the past ten years The Portus Project has undertaken major archaeological investigations at the ancient port of Rome.
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Portus Project Archives - Archaeology Blogs

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Rome's Lost Empire - Portus Project

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Exciting discoveries. The port of ancient Rome gives up its secrets

Exciting discoveries. The port of ancient Rome gives up its secrets | The site of Portus | Scoop.it
Archaeology professor Simon Keay will talk about latest discoveries at the ancient port of Rome  Portus - at a public lecture at Turner Sims on 9 October 2012.

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BSR Archaeology Featured in Forma Urbis « The British School at Rome

BSR Archaeology Featured in Forma Urbis « The British School at Rome | The site of Portus | Scoop.it

Forma Urbis, the Italian archaeological magazine, has been entirely devoted to the the work and research of the BSR in its November 2012 issue.

The magazine highlights the archaeological work undertaken by the BSR such as geophysics, the Portus Project, excavations at Segni, the publication of Veii as well as the current work of the Herculaneum Conservation Project. It also showcases the important work of the library by way of the acclaimed photographic exhibition of Thomas Ashby in the Abruzzo as well as exploring the rich archive held at the BSR.


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