Penelope's Weavings and Unpickings

About

I’m a lecturer in Roman history at the University of Leeds, where I specialise in urban space. Specifically, I analyse the relationship between the organisation and layout of Roman settlements, and the needs and priorities of the communities which lived in them. But my interests aren’t only confined to urban space. I’m passionately interested in all aspects of the ancient world, and its relationship with the modern world. This blog is my place for exploring those interactions – and anything else which occurs to me.

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3 Responses to “About”

  1. jpgalhano said

    Hi Penelope Goodman,

    just added Your blog to my blogroll.

    best regards,

    JPG

  2. Hi Penelope, I love Roman history, particularly that nasty part called Byzantium.Lol.

  3. Josh said

    Hi Penelope,

    I noticed that you featured an article on us here: http://weavingsandunpickings.wordpress.com/2013/05/06/pompeii-and-herculaneum-at-the-british-museum/

    I wanted to get in touch to ask, if it isn’t too much trouble, if you would please be able to reference us by adding a link to our website (http://www.apadmi.com) from within the article?

    Sorry to contact you via comment box – I couldn’t locate your email address to contact you more privately.

    If you have any questions, please just let me know.

    Kind Regards,
    Josh

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