An international network project, entitled HAEMUS and focusing on the archeology, history and epigraphy of the Balkans and the surrounding lands in Late Antiquity (3rd-8th centuries) is currently being created. It will bring together several institutions and many researchers around the world. The principal investigator of the DANUBIUS project, Dominic Moreau, was chosen by the […]
La forteresse tardo-antique de Zaldapa (Bulgarie) : bilan des deux premières saisons de la Mission archéologique internationale By: Dominic Moreau, Maîtres de conférences in Late Antiquity, Université de Lille / UMR 8164-HALMA Nicolas Beaudry, Professor of History and Archaeology, Université du Québec à Rimouski / Laboratoire d’archéologie et de patrimoine Within the Conférences de la […]
With Geoffrey Greatrex (Full Professor, Department of Classical and Religious Studies, University of Ottawa, Canada) Within the 7th Seminar on Constantinople in Late Antiquity Date: Tuesday 15 December 2020, 5:00 p.m. Where: online To get the ZOOM link, please register using the following form or by contacting: Dominic Moreau et Ekaterina Nechaeva
During the fall 2020 lockdown period, the seminar will be held online. To get the ZOOM link, please contact Dominic Moreau and Ekaterina Nechaeva.
The next session of the Seminar on Constantinople in Late Antiquity will be held online on the 5th of November 2020, at 5 p.m. To participate, please contact Dominic Moreau and Ekaterina Nechaeva.
The international symposium “A Danubio ad Gothiam. La christianisation du Nord-Ouest de la Mer Noire dans l’Antiquité tardive – The Christianisation of North-Western Black Sea during Late Antiquity”, organised by Dominic Moreau and Radu Petcu,in collaboration with the Museum of National History and Archeology of Constanța, with the support of the University of Lille and […]