The ancient Mediterranean world was made up of a rich cultural and ethnic mosaic. As part of the Department of Classics and Ancient History, the Ancient North Africa Research Network aims to promote a better understanding of ancient North Africa and the contribution its people made to the political, economic, cultural and ideological development and environmental change of the Mediterranean region.
The network has three main aims:
Our activities are diverse and inclusive.
We have a world-class reference library on ancient North Africa, the Phoenicians, South-West Asia and the general Mediterranean world.
We encourage and welcome involvement by individuals, companies, institutions and bodies with both academic and general interests in ancient North Africa.