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Architecture in Roman Britain

Edited by Peter Johnson with Ian Haynes

CBA Research Report No 94 (1996)

ISBN 1 872414 39 7


Abstract

Title page of report 94

Architecture in Roman Britain is drawn from the proceedings of a conference organized by the Roman Research Trust and held at the Museum of London in November 1991. It contains four sections, dealing with external decoration, the elevations of buildings, military architecture, and British manifestations of the architecture of the later Roman Empire. Some of the most important recent work that is serving to change prevailing ideas about provincial Roman architecture will be found here, together with an overview by Prof J J Wilkes which puts it within its imperial context.

Contents

  • Title Pages (pp i-iv)
  • Contents (p v)
  • List of figures (pp vi-ix)
  • List of tables (p x)
  • List of contributors (p x)
  • English, French, and German summaries (pp xi-xii)
  • 1. Introduction, J J Wilkes, (pp 1-5)
  • Exteriors
    • 2. The external decoration of Romano-British buildings, T F C Blagg, (pp 9-18)
    • 3. he exterior decoration of Roman buildings in Britain, Paul Bidwell, (pp 19-29)
  • Elevations
    • 4. Upper storeys in Romano-British villas, David S Neal, (pp 33-43)
    • 5. The reconstruction of the Romano-British villa at Redlands Farm, Northamptonshire, Graham D Keevill, (pp 44-55)
    • 6. The south-east facade of Meonstoke aisled building, Anthony King with drawings by Stephen Crummy, (pp 56-69)
    • 7. The Roman stone building at Stonea, Cambridgeshire, T W Potter, (pp 70-74)
  • Military
    • 8. An elliptical peristyle building in the fortress of Deva, David J P Mason, (pp 77-92)
    • 9. Birdoswald: a military case study, Tony Wilmott, (pp 93-103)
    • 10. Recent research at the Chester legionary fortress: the curtain wall and the barrack veranda colonnades, T J Strickland, (pp 104-119)
    • 11. Roman bridges in Britain, Neil Holbrook, (pp 120-132)
  • Late Empire
    • 12. A late Roman courtyard house at South Shields and its parallels, Nicholas Hodgson, (pp 135-151)
    • 13. Exotic structures in 4th-century Britain, Bryn Walters, (pp 152-162)
  • Index, by Peter Gunn, (pp 163-173)

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