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Council for British Archaeology (2007) CBA Research Reports [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] (doi:10.5284/1000332)
ISBN 0 906780 23 3
Urban defences of the Roman period are amongst the most impressive monuments to have survived into modern times and, in some instances, they determined the extent of towns until well into the Middle Ages. Hence these circuits have been subject to study from an early date, but the standard of investigation and presentation of the results has varied considerably. Further ... assessments of urban defences have been of a rather piecemeal character. Since in recent years archaeological excavations have provided much more evidence, many researchers felt that a review devoted specifically to the topic-for the first time-was long overdue.
A conference on 'Roman urban defences in the north-west provinces' was held in London on 21-23 March 1980, jointly organized by the Museum of London and the Council for British Archaeology. Sixteen papers were given by speakers from Britain, Belgium, and Germany.
The seventeen papers published in this volume are divided into four sections: the Mediterranean and northern provinces, and Rome; Britain; military architecture and weapons; conclusion.
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