The colloquium will start in Bucharest and move on to Alba Iulia and Constanţa.
This will provide a wonderfull insight and, for some of the participants, a first contact to several regions of Romania and, more important, to main areas of the former Roman provinces: Dacia and Moesia inferior.
Details on the venues, modern cities and the itineraries will be posted on the dedicated pages.
During the colloquium we are going to visit:
-Sibiu, with Brukenthal Museum and the Roman lapidarium in the Altemberger House (the old city hall)
-Deva, with the Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilisation and the Roman lapidarium
-the Densus church, UNESCO monument, build with spoliated stone from the Roman buildings in the surrondings and from Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa
-Adamclisi and Tropaeum Traiani, with the museum built for the decoration of the monument
-Histria, one of the oldest Greek colonies in the western shore of the Black Sea, with archaeological site and museum.