Katherine Halcrow

My research examines monumental fountains, nymphaea, water access points and source sanctuaries built and used in the western provinces in Roman Gaul, Hispania, and North Africa from the end of the Republican period to the end of the high Imperial period. The focus is architectural within the field of Archaeology of Construction. I engage with individual fountain examples and the data available through physical, formal qualities to lend insight into how these buildings were planned and built within wider building programs.