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13 October 2007
The full day of topical lectures and debates on the Roman world and the transition from Antiquity to the Middle Ages, is open to all those who wish to remember Professor Percival’s work and those keen to find out more about the Roman era.
Especially remembered for his book on the Roman Villa, he was influential in the development of Classical Studies in the UK as well as a dedicated and highly popular professor who taught until his retirement in 2002. In keeping with his own teaching style, the event promises to be a day of lively, informative and informal discussions.
Professor Peter Coss, Head of School said: "This event is a unique opportunity to look at and debate all those themes that interested Professor Percival the most. He not only made a major contribution to studies of the Roman world but during his time at the Cardiff, he was key to the development of this School, the University and the field of Classical Studies across the UK."
The free event starts at 11am in Room 4.45 Humanities Building on Colum Drive CF10 3EU and includes afternoon tea.
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