Engendering Roman Military Spaces

Penelope M. Allison, 2008 (updated 2012)

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Engendering Roman Military Spaces

Location World regionContinental Europe
Non British Isles countryGermany
TGNWorld, Europe, Germany [7000084]
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
5.8663425 11.8338883875
Subject Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Monument Type (England)CIVIL
Monument Type (England)TEMPORARY CAMP
Monument Type (England)FORT
Monument Type (England)LEGIONARY FORTRESS
Monument Type (England)ARTEFACT SCATTER
Monument Type (England)DEFENCE
Period MIDASRoman
Project dates Created From01-JAN-2007
Created To31-DEC-2007
First Released05-FEB-2009
Last Modified20-JUL-2012
Related information Associated PublicationP. M. Allison (2006) 'Artefact distribution within the auxiliary fort at Ellingen: evidence for building use and for the presence of women and children.' Bericht den Remisch-Germanischen Kommission 87, 387-452.
Associated PublicationP. M. Allison (2006) 'Mapping for Gender: Interpreting artefact distribution in Roman military forts in Germany.' Archaeological Dialogues 13.1, 1-48
Associated PublicationPenelope M. Allison (2013) People and spaces in Roman military bases. Cambridge University Press. Hardback ISBN-10: 1107039363; e-book ISBN:9781139600248. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139600248
Associated PublicationP. M. Allison, A. S. Fairbairn, S. J. R. Ellis and C. W. Blackall (2005) 'Extracting the social relevance of artefact distribution in Roman military forts' Internet Archaeology 17. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.17.4
Associated PublicationP. M. Allison (2008) 'Measuring Women's Influence on Roman Military Life: using GIS on published excavation reports from the German frontier' Internet Archaeology 24. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.24.5
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