Individuality within Regularity: Visualizing Roman Design in North Africa, lecture by Thomas Morton
Sponsored by Penn Museum
Thursday, January 30, 2014 -
6:15pm to 7:30pm

Peenn Museum
3260 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
United States

Thursday 30 January 2014.  Rainey Auditorium

Thomas J. Morton, Swarthmore College

Individuality within Regularity:  Visualizing Roman Design in North Africa


Architectural historians and archaeologists have an embarrassment of riches with Roman North Africa; there is evidence for about 675 municipal entities.  Thus, North Africa is an excellent place to study architectural and urban design during the Roman Empire. In this talk, Professor Morton will discuss the ‘individuality within regularity’ of architectural and urban design in Roman Africa and will use 3D visualizations to help articulate the Roman design process.

Lecturer's aerial reconstruction of Carthage in the Roman Empire


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