My research focuses on religious epigraphy from the Latin west of the Roman Empire. I am particularly interested in the religious interaction among cults and specific groups of population as a way to study cultural interaction in religion. I have studied different types of solar worship in the Roman Empire and now I am looking to broaden my research. During my stay at the Institute of Classical Studies, I aim to finish the study of some Roman dedications to Sol in Britain and I want to explore strategies of human agency. In particular, I am working on trends of divine invocation during the Empire and the dynamics of onomastic sequences put in context. The variety in naming the divine from repeated formulae to individual choices can help us to understand patterns of verbalising religious experience. Specifically, I focus on particular backgrounds such as Syrian soldiers to understand how markers of religious expression developed, and how they could convey identity and self-representation in the epigraphic display..