Historian Greg Aldrete, professor of Humanistic Studies, was scheduled to be the keynote speaker at 2011 Wisconsin Latin Day, which is attended by state Latin teachers and their students. Aldrete presented two lectures, “Reconstructing and Field Testing Ancient Laminated Linen Body Armor,” and “Dangers of Living in Rome: Floods, Fires, Famine, Footpads, Filth, and Fevers.” The event took place Tuesday (March 29) at the Memorial Union, UW-Madison.
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