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. Instructions on applying for grants and applications forms are also provided.

The RRT is registered under British Charity Number 800983.

Joan Pye lecture

The sixth Joan Pye lecture will given by Roger Bland, Head of Portable Antiquities and Treasure at the British Museum, in the Chancellor's Hall at Senate House at 5.30pm on Thursday 29th November, 2012. The lecture title is: "How coin finds are changing the face of Roman Britain: the contribution of the Treasure Act and Portable Antiquities Scheme."

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