Pompeii Research Seminar Series: Dr. Rick Jones

Dr. Rick Jones (Leeds), gave the second lecture in the research seminar series Pompeii: The Present and Future of Vesuvian Research with a paper entitled ‘Future Oriented Archaeology in Pompeii.’

Dr. Jones has more than thirty years of experience excavating Roman sites in Italy, Spain and Britain, serving as the co-director of the Anglo-American Pompeii Project which excavated the entirety of Regio VI Insula I over a twelve year period. His interest in the Roman world focuses specifically on social hierarchy and urbanisation, which is reflected in his many publications on the development of Insula I.

Recorded on the 19th of February 2014 at the University of Leeds.

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