Millett, M. and James, S., eds. (2001). Britons and Romans. York: Council for British Archaeology.

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Britons and Romans
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advancing an archaeological agenda
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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125
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118
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cba_rr_125.pdf (2 MB) : Download
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Enjoins those with an interest in this subject to think broadly and to engage actively in shaping the future priorities of research into Roman Britain.The volume brings together leading specialists in the field, who provide up-to-date syntheses of significant new knowledge and suggest what we still need to know on themes as diverse as: the Iron Age/Roman and Roman/Medieval transitions; Romanisation; material culture and identity; rural society; urbanism; zooarchaeology; and soldiers and civilians. Within these themes, the contributors seek to break down the relative insularity of Romano-British studies, to open it up to new external perspectives, and to promote the value of its outstandingly rich archaeological evidence to archaeologists working in other field and on other territories. The book will be of value to field-workers, researchers, artefact and environmental specialists, curators, heritage managers, the voluntary sector, and anyone with an active interest in advancing our understanding of Britain's Roman past.
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Editor:
Martin Millett
Simon James
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Council for British Archaeology
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2001
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1 902771 16 8
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Romanization (BIAB)
Roman (BIAB)
Iron Age (BIAB)
Gender Studies (BIAB)
Research Design (BIAB)
Bones (Animal) (BIAB)
Cultural Change/Continuity (BIAB)
Settlement Sites (BIAB)
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Is Portmanteau:1
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URI: http://new.archaeologyuk.org/full-list-of-publications
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16 Jul 2001

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Download available from the ADS icon Simon James
Martin Millett
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Download available from the ADS icon John Creighton
4 - 11
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Download available from the ADS icon J D Hill
12 - 18
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Download available from the ADS icon Lindsay Allason-Jones
19 - 25
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Download available from the ADS icon Jeremy Evans
26 - 35
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Download available from the ADS icon Keith M Dobney
36 - 45
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Download available from the ADS icon Jeremy Taylor
46 - 59
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Download available from the ADS icon Martin Millett
60 - 66
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Download available from the ADS icon Barry C Burnham
Colin Haselgrove
John Collis
Colin Dobinson
67 - 76
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Download available from the ADS icon Simon James
77 - 89
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Download available from the ADS icon A Simon Esmonde Cleary
90 - 97
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