Late Roman History can be messy and complicated – no doubt about it. Every province does its own thing, invasions of ‘barbarians’ around every corner, which are usually fought by another lot of Rome-friendly ‘barbarians’ and on top of it there is one court intrigue after the other.
It is also one of the most interesting periods of Roman history, because the eventual outcome was not a given and there are many moments when a different outcome would have changed the course of history. In this dayschool we are going to look at what big events and developments shaped the Roman world in the West from the Accession of Constantine to the death of Honorius in 423.
Dayschool: Saturday, 10th April 2021 Time: 11.00– 16.00 BST
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