David Rose (MSc Classical Art and Archaeology)
PhD Student - Classics
- School of History, Classics, and Archaeology
I'm a third year PhD in Classics at the University of Edinburgh, researching late Iron Age and Roman Gaul. The current title of my dissertation is: "Religious Identity in Gallia Belgica from the 3rd century BC to the 1st and 2nd centuries AD". I examine both sanctuaries and votive offerings from Gallia Belgica, and concentrate on the transition from the Iron Age to Roman period (ca 100 BC - AD 100). However, my research stretches back to the 3rd century BC as well.
Current research interestsIron Age and Gallo-Roman Sanctuaries and Votive Dedications in northern Gaul (Gallia Belgica)
Past research interestsGreek vase painting; Greek and Roman art; Japanese art; Chinese art
2016. “Lieux de Mémoire, Central Places, and the Sanctuary of Ribemont-sur-Ancre: A Preliminary Look.” In TRAC 2015: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, edited by M.J. Mandich, T.J. Derrick, S. Gonzalez Sanchez, G. Savani, E. Zampieri, 57–75. Oxford: Oxbow.
2016 “The Consumption and Ritual Treatment of Animals in Northern Gallic Sanctuaries”, The 26th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC 2016), La Sapienza University of Rome, 16th-20th March 2016.
2015 “Memory, Place, and the Construction of Identity in Northern Gaul: Lieux de Mémoire and Central Places”, The 25th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC 2015), University of Leicester, 26th-28th March 2015.
2012 “Tips and Techniques for Engaging the Modern Student”, Symposium for Teaching and Learning with Technology, Metropolitan State University of Denver, 25th October 2012.