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Montague Room, G26, Ground Floor, Senate House

University of London

Malet Street

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WC1E 7HU

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The property market was a key economic sector in ancient Rome. Roman society was strongly shaped by patrimonial mentality and – as happens in modern societies – also largely influenced by political agendas, speculative enterprises and financial crises. The study of this multifaceted sector requires a deep understanding of cultural and normative frameworks, institutions and economic structures, but also cross-disciplinary approaches and comparative research of other pre-industrial and modern societies. The conference will be enriched by economic theory, discuss new evidence and perspectives, and bring together current research on a wide variety of business and managerial activities, motivations and social aspects that concerned both urban and rural, residential and commercial properties. Ultimately, the event aims to provide tools and ideas that inspire future research in ancient and comparative ‘real estate studies'.

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Montague Room, G26, Ground Floor, Senate House

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