Portus: Port of Rome

Posted: September 4, 2017 in History, Roman History
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A couple of years back I had the opportunity to do a short course run by the University of Southampton on the Roman Port at Portus. Since then a number of CGI impressions of the port have been produced giving us the opportunity to see what it would have looked like. This is an introductory video about the site with Professor Keay, who was the tutor on the course.

 

My previous blogs on Portus can be found at:

https://petesfavouritethings.blog/2015/05/24/portus-gateway-to-rome-1/

https://petesfavouritethings.blog/2015/05/25/portus-gateway-to-rome-2/

https://petesfavouritethings.blog/2015/05/31/portus-gateway-to-rome-3/

https://petesfavouritethings.blog/2015/06/02/portus-gateway-to-rome-4/

https://petesfavouritethings.blog/2015/06/07/portus-gateway-to-rome-5/

https://petesfavouritethings.blog/2015/06/12/portus-gateway-to-rome-6/

https://petesfavouritethings.blog/2015/06/19/portus-the-torlonia-relief/

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