Excavating a Late Roman City in North Macedonia [F-23-17]

Presenter:Caroline Downing
Location: SUNY Potsdam: Brainerd 202
Classes: 1 Session 1.5 hours
Dates: Tue 4:00 PM 09/26
Status: Course Update: Course #17 is no longer closed, so please register for it if you wish to. The location has been changed to Brainerd 202 (from Brainerd 215). It will still be held on Tuesday, Sept 26, at 4 pm.

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The city of Stobi in North Macedonia flourished during the Late Roman Empire, serving as home to a synagogue and at least seven churches. The site has been excavated since the early 20th century, and work is ongoing. Recent discoveries include a temple of the goddess Isis and a massive building tentatively identified as a library.

Caroline Downing earned her doctorate in Classical Archaeology from Indiana Univ. She served as Associate Editor of the American Journal of Archaeology before joining the Art Department at SUNY Potsdam, where she teaches ancient art history and archaeology courses.

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