Kathryn L. Gleason, Cornell University

Associate Professor Ithaca, New York klg16@cornell.edu Office: (607) 255-1649

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The Romans of the first centuries BC and AD were innovators of public parks, monumental gardens, and the the plant trade and hydrological engineering needed to construct these projects. Through excavation projects at Petra (Jordan) Caesarea Maritima (Israel) and Horace`s Villa and Rome (Italy) my...

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The Romans of the first centuries BC and AD were innovators of public parks, monumental gardens, and the the plant trade and hydrological engineering needed to construct these projects. Through excavation projects at Petra (Jordan) Caesarea Maritima (Israel) and Horace`s Villa and Rome (Italy) my research is uncovering the built nature of these landscapes and their role in the various cultures of the Empire.

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