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A dialogue of objects: Implications of Islamic art

Lecturer in art history and visual culture at Charles Sturt University, Dr Sam Bowker outlines some of the complications that situate 'Islamic' art as a challenging and global field.
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Presenters: Sam Bowker

Ancient DNA and the origins of Pacific peoples

Professor Matthew Spriggs talks about the ancient DNA ‘revolution’ and how it is rapidly changing our understanding of past human movements.
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Presenters: Matthew Spriggs

Rome: City and Empire 18 Jan 2019

Rome after dark

Elizabeth Minchin from the Australian National University's Centre for Classical Studies explores life after dark in Ancient Rome.
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Presenters: Elizabeth Minchin
00:00 / 46:45

Rome: City and Empire 30 Nov 2018

Roman discoveries

Archaeologist Dr J Patrick Greene shares his experiences working on excavations at Fishbourne Roman Palace, the Roman Baths in Bath and Portchester Castle.
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Presenters: J Patrick Greene
00:00 / 68:25
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