1. Tips for Travelling to Leicester

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    With just two weeks to go until this year’s conference many people will be planning their journey to Leicester. Here are our top tips for reaching Ratae Corieltauvorum. Train The best way to travel to Leicester is by train. The city is situated on the Midland Mainline and is served by...
  2. TRAC Reception to be held at Jewry Wall Museum

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    We are pleased to announce that the Leicestershire Archaeological & Historical Society will be sponsoring a reception for delegates at the Jewry Wall Museum as part of TRAC 2015. The reception will follow the plenary lecture on Friday 27 March, which will be delivered by Dr Andrew Gardner, Senior Lecturer in the Archaeology of the Roman...
  3. TRAC 2015 Call for Papers

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    The 25th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference is to be held at the University of Leicester, United Kingdom from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 March. Proposals for papers of no longer than 300 words can be submitted for one of nine thematic sessions listed below, or for the general session....
  4. TRAC 2015 Sessions Confirmed

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    The Call for Sessions has now closed. We would like to thank all those who submitted proposals and to the Roman Finds Group and Association for Environmental Archaeology for sponsoring sessions. In honour of our twenty fifth anniversary this years conference will feature three parallel sessions over both days. The...
  5. TRAC 2015 Call for Sessions

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    The 25th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference We are pleased to announce that the Call for Sessions is now open! The 25th anniversary Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference is to be held at the University of Leicester from Friday March 27th to Sunday March 29th, 2015. Proposals are now invited for...
  6. TRAC/RAC 2014 Friday afternoon summary

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    Hello all. Darrell Rohl here, Chair of the TRAC Standing Committee. I’m taking a short break from today’s afternoon sessions to give a quick welcome and summary of the events so far. In addition to the conference representing both TRAC and RAC, this year we have been joined by a...
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