Byzantine Rome

Byzantine Rome

The city of Rome certainly did not end after the Roman era, but it transformed considerably – just like Italy and the Mediterranean in general. At the same time, Early Medieval Rome was not an entirely new world as it was deeply rooted in its ancient past. Although...
Winter School: Roma Caput Mundi

Winter School: Roma Caput Mundi

Rome is, als caput mundi, de stad der steden. Geen andere plek op de wereld heeft zo’n belangrijke rol gespeeld in de ontwikkeling van de Westerse cultuur, vanaf de vroege Oudheid tot op de dag van vandaag. Die eeuwenlange geschiedenis is nog altijd tastbaar op iedere...
Nascholingscursus: De interdisciplinaire Romereis

Nascholingscursus: De interdisciplinaire Romereis

Inhoud Wat is het verhaal dat je als docent op Romereis aan je leerlingen wil vertellen? Wat is het doel van de Romereis anno nu? In samenwerking met het Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut Rome (KNIR) organiseert Roma Aeterna een nascholingscursus naar de Eeuwige Stad...
Early Roman Imperialism in the Making

Early Roman Imperialism in the Making

The question how Rome won its empire is as old as the study of Roman history, and continues to fascinate modern scholars and lay public alike. An important difficulty modern scholars encounter is that the available ancient textual sources describe and explain Roman...
Seminar: We Are the People

Seminar: We Are the People

The crisis of democracy in Europe and the Americas has generated a revival of mass protests. These protesters advocate a central role for the people in political decision making and reclaim public space with their bodily presence. Many of the iconic images used by...