The 7th Roman Army School organised by MANCENT and the Roman Gask Project
The 2021 Roman Army School is going to offer a slightly different view of the Roman Army. Instead of finding out what the Roman army was like in antiquity, we are going to find out what later people liked about the Roman Army and perhaps even why.
What makes the Roman Army special? What is the attraction of the army of an Empire that vanished in the West 1600 years ago?
We have invited a number of members of MANCENT to address different aspects of this, working from their personal expertise.
11.00-11.30 Intro: The Roman Army – a story of a longstanding love affair? – Birgitta Hoffmann
11.30 – 12.00 Christianity and the Roman Army – Michael Tunnicliffe
12.00- 12.30 The Roman Army in the Middle Ages – Inspiration or Nostalgia? – Birgitta Hoffmann
12.30-13.30 Lunch Break (please bring your own lunch)
13.30 -14.00 The Roman Army and the Lancashire Antiquarians – Mike Nevell
14.00-14.30 The Roman Army and Frontier Research (tbc) – David Woolliscroft
14.30-15.00 Tea Break
15.00-15.30 Roman Wargames – Caesar as the ultimate strategist? – Tim Cockitt.
1530- 16.00 The Roman Army in the Movies – Tony Keen
Dayschool: Saturday, 15th January 2022 Time: 10.45– 16.30
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