Fabiano, John

Lecturer (Limited Term)Historical Studies

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MN 4204
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3359 Mississauga Road, Maanjiwe nendamowinan, 4th floor
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L5L 1C6
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John Fabiano

John is Roman historian with an interest in social and economic histories of the Roman world. His research focuses on the interaction between state institutions and non-elite populations in urban contexts. John's current research examines the socio-economic lives of urban craftsmen, traders, and artisans in the Later Roman Empire and this section of the population's response to broader administrative and legal developments. 

John has participated in archaeological projects in Pompeii and Portus, but primarily works on Latin epigraphy and Roman legal texts. He is also interested in the application of digital technologies to the study of epigraphy. Broader teaching and research interests extend to Roman historiography, historical demography, socio-cultural histories of work, and migration in the Mediterranean world.



"Builders and Integrated Associations in 4th Century CE Rome: a new interpretation of AE 1941, 68." Journal of Late Antiquity 12.1 (2019): 65-87.