Other assets and activities of the RRT
The Joan Pye Lecture
The first lecture, (13th June 2002), was delivered by Professor Barry Cunliffe on ‘The Romans in Hampshire: Rural Settlement and Recent Archaeology’, and the second, ‘Recent fieldwork at Roman Silchester’ (21st June 2004) by Professor Mike Fulford, both at the Society of Antiquaries, London.
The 3rd lecture, ‘Fifty years of Roman Inscriptions of Britain’, will be given by Dr. Roger Tomlin (Wolfson College, University of Oxford) on Thursday 22nd June 2006, at 6.00 in the House of Lords. Admission is free but by ticket only as numbers are strictly limited. For tickets please apply giving your name and contact details (including email if possible) to Dr John Pearce, Department of Classics, King's College London, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS, firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets will be dispatched in late May with information on the venue and entrance procedures.'
The David Smith Mosaic Archive
In 1999 the archive, which is in the Trust's, care was transferred from Devizes Museum to the Library of the Institute of Classical Studies in the hope of making it more generally accessible to scholars. It is housed in Room 339 within the Library and can be consulted by request during opening hours.