The Roman Research Trust (RRT)

The RRT is a charitable trust which offers financial support to research and education in the field of Romano-British Archaeology. This website describes the history, aims and assets of the Trust and illustrates its activities with examples of recently supported projects.

The RRT is registered under British Charity Number 800983.

Joan Pye lecture

The seventh Joan Pye lecture will be given by Peter Guest, Senior Lecturer at the University of Cardiff, in the Chancellor’s Hall at Senate House at 5.30 p.m. on Tuesday 25 November 2014.
The lecture title is: “The Legionary Fortress at Caerleon: recent discoveries and new perspectives.”
An abstract of the lecture is available here.

Colin Beattie

The RRT gratefully acknowledges receipt of donations in memory of Colin Beattie, a great enthusiast for all things Roman.

Website contents

History and aims
Trustees
Grants
Projects supported
Other assets and activities

Contact

Dr Ellen Swift
SECL
Cornwallis Building
University of Kent
Canterbury
KENT CT2 7NF

telephone: 01227 827159 ext. 7898
e-mail: E.V.Swift@kent.ac.uk