A landlocked city of a million inhabitants needs good harbours to keep itself supplied, from the earliest times Rome was very keen at controlling the mouth of the Tiber and the resources it offered, creating its first colony at the mouth of the river – Ostia (literally the mouth of the river).
Focusing on Portus (the man-made harbour at the other branch of the Tiber), this dayschool will explore the economy and infrastructure in the Tiber estuary and its transport links with Rome.
Date: Friday, 21st February, 2020 Time: 11.00-16.00
Please note: The car park is a very busy pay and display car park (£2).
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*£28, if booked before, 15 January 2020.
To book, complete the MANCENT booking form and send it with payment to the address below. If you would like to pay via BACS or Paypal please contact Birgitta Hoffmann for details.
55 Broadwalk, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5PL
email: firstname.lastname@example.org mobile: 07747 533 070