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Rural settlement in Roman Britain: papers given at a CBA conference held at St Hugh's College, Oxford, January 1 to 3, 1965

Charles Thomas (editor)

CBA Research Report No 7 (1966)


Title page of report 7

Papers from a three-day conference held in January 1965 on 'The Pattern of Rural Settlement in Roman Britain', organised by the Council for British Archaeology.


  • Title pages (pp i-iii)
  • List of Plates (p iv)
  • Editor's Foreword (p v)
  • List of Contributors (p vi)
  • Homesteads and settlements of the frontier area by George Jobey (pp 1-14)
  • Romano-British settlement on the Welland gravels by W G Simpson (pp 15-25)
  • The Roman Fenland by Peter Salway (pp 26-27)
  • Native settlement in Wales by A H A Hog (pp 28-38)
  • Some recent discoveries in Hampshire by B T Perry (pp39-42
  • Romano-British rural settlements in Dorset & Wiltshire by H C Bowen & P J Fowler
    1. Origins and Types of Settlement (HCB) (pp 43-53)
    2. The Distribution of Settlement (PJF) (pp 54-67)
  • The Somerset Levels in the Roman period by Barry Cunliffe (pp 68-73)
  • The character and origins of Roman Dumnonia by Charles Thomas (pp 74-98)
  • Peasant economy and types of agriculture by Shimon Applebaum (pp 99-107)
  • The social and economic aspects of rural settlement by C E Stevens (108-128)
  • Abbreviations and Bibliography (pp 129-130)

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