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Romano-British villas: some current problems. Report of a conference held by the Council for British Archaeology, July 1955

CBA Research Report No 1 (1955)

Reprinted from the Archaeological News Letter, Vol. 6, No. 2 (1955), 28-55.


Abstract

Title page of report 1

Proceedings of a conference, organized by the Council for British Archaeology, through its Research Committee for the Iron Age and Roman periods, to present a clear account of what we know and to draw attention to the major gaps in our knowledge relasting to Romano-British villas.

Contents

  • Title pages & Foreword
  • The distribution of Roman villas in Britain by A L F Rivet (pp 29-34)
  • The problem of Roman villa fields by Collin Bowen (pp 35-40)
  • Some historical problems of the fourth century by C E Stevens (p 41)
  • The survival into the Dark Ages by J N L Myres (pp 41-43)
  • Buildings and construction problems by I A Richmond (pp 43-45)
  • Furniture, furnishings and fittings by Joan Liversidge (pp 46-49)
  • Romano-British mosaics: some problems and possibilities by David Smith (pp 50-51)
  • Scientific potential by L Biek (pp 51-52)
  • Summing up by Philip Corder (pp 53-54)
  • Notes and references (pp 54-55)

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