Rome Transformed

Rome Transformed

 
 
 
 

Rome Transformed (ROMETRANS) is an advanced ERC-funded research project (2019-2024) which aims to advance our understanding of Rome and its place in cultural change across the Mediterranean World by mapping political, military, and religious changes to the eastern Caelian from the first to eighth centuries CE.

The project is conducted by Newcastle University (PI Professor Ian Haynes), the Università degli Studi di Firenze, the British School at Rome (Archaeology Officer Stephen Kay) and the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR).

The project has three objectives: first, to determine the appearance of the buildings and spaces that articulated and drove these changes, producing academically robust visualisations. Second, it brings these elements together to model the key transformations that saw the Eastern Caelian reshaped to meet the needs of shifting political, military, and religious ideas. Third, it provides a longer-term interdisciplinary perspective on the changing shape of this pivotal area than any previously attempted.

For more information, visit the project website: https://research.ncl.ac.uk/rometrans/

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