Dylan K. Rogers (Lecturer in Roman Art and Archaeology) is a Classical Archaeologist, who specializes in Roman fountains and urbanism. From 2015-2019, Rogers served as the Assistant Director of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (Greece). His recent book, Water Culture in Roman Society (Brill, 2018), begins to define the term ‘water culture’ for ancient Roman society, using literary, legal, epigraphic, and archaeological evidence.
Dr. Yiannias is currently Professor Emeritus at the University of Virginia, teaching art history for over thirty years. Dr. Yiannias holds a Ph.D.
When Marion came to Virginia in September in 1968, she was the first of the new faculty members in Art History hired by Frederick Hartt. Marion was a familiar presence to generations of our undergraduate and graduate students as Professor of Medieval Art, and she capped her long career in the department with her service as Graduate Director for six years, a period that saw a significant strengthening of the Art History graduate program in every respect.
Bernard Frischer is a leading virtual archaeologist and the author of seven printed books, three e-books, and dozens of articles on virtual heritage, Classics, and the survival of the Classical world.