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This volume contains ten revised and expanded versions of papers given at an English Heritage-sponsored session at the 1999 Roman Archaeology Conference held in Durham. Contents: Iron Age-Roman transition (John Creighton); Romanisation, gender and class (J D Hill); Material culture and identity (Lindsay Allason-Jones); Material approaches to the identification of different Romano-British site types (Jeremy Evans); The role of vertebrate zooarchaeology within a Roman research agenda (Keith Dobney); Rural society in Britain (Jeremy Taylor); Approaches to urban societies (Martin Millett); Themes for urban research, c 100 BC to AD 200 (Barry C Burnham, John Collis, Colin Dobinson, Colin Haselgrove and Michael Jones); Soldiers and civilians: identity and interaction in Roman Britain (Simon James); Roman to Medieval transition

Britons and Romans: Advancing an Archaeological Agenda by Simon James

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Author
Simon James
Publisher
Council for British Archaeology(GB)
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Pages
118
ISBN
9781902771168
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Paperback
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