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Susan Stevens published in 'Journal of Roman Archaeology'

Susan Stevens

Susan Stevens

An article written by classics professor Susan Stevens was recently included in the Journal of Roman Archaeology.

Articles in the latest issue, For the love of Carthage, are about the archaeology of the ancient city of Carthage, mostly the result of fieldwork and excavations of the site, said Stevens, chair of Randolph’s classics department.

In Loci sancti Carthagine: the presence of saints in communal worship and private piety, she surveyed the ways in which Christian individuals and communities in Carthage evoked and celebrated their saints at places of burial and commemoration in churches and reliquary chapels, in painted and carved images, and inscriptions on mosaics and portable objects from the 5th-7th century CE (AD).

More about the journal can be found here.

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