Sabino Perea Yébenes and Javier Salido Domínguez in Lisbon

 Invited keynote speakers for the International Conference Art and Religion in Lusitania, to take place at Museu Nacional de Arqueologia, Lisbon, on the 2nd and 3rd of June:



Sabino Perea Yébenes, Professor in Ancient History of the Universidad de Murcia, Spain
Main areas of research:
Studies about the roman army, especially during the imperial time, based on epigraphic documentation. Besides his several publications and published articles about this topic, he is the director of the journal AQVILA LEGIONIS, Cuadernos de Estudios sobre el Ejército Romano; Greco-roman religions, especially popular beliefs and magic; Studies of economic and political history of the roman world.



Javier Salido Domínguez, Juan de la Cierva hired researcher at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2016-2018), Spain
Having a PhD in Archaeology by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (unanimous cum laude, May 2010), he was awarded the Extraordinary PhD  award for his thesis  “Las estructuras de almacenamiento de grano en el Occidente del Imperio Romano”.