UCL Lunch Hour Lecture 9th March 2010 1.15 – 1.55pm

Dr Andrew Gardner from the UCL Institute of Archaeology will discuss a crucial event in the formation of the culture and identity of Britain that occurred 1600 years ago – or did it? While tradition has it that the Roman occupation of Britain ended in AD 410, events surrounding this year need to be seen in the context of longer processes of change and problems that beset archaeological and historical evidence from this period. This lecture will consider who and what was ‘Roman’ in 4th century Britain, and how influenced events in the early 5th century.

Location & cost

All UCL Lunch Hour Lectures are free. All are welcome.
Darwin Lecture Theatre
Darwin Building, UCL
Malet Place WC1E 6BT