M. Todd, ed., (1989). Research on Roman Britain 1960-89. Malet Street: Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies.

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Title:
Research on Roman Britain 1960-89
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Britannia Monograph series
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11
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284
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'The past thirty years have witnessed an extraordinary outpouring of work on Roman Britain' (ed's preface), some themes of which are explored by sixteen contributors who illustrate the changing pattern of research objectives in the period under review. The scene is set by Colin Haselgrove (pp 1-18), 'The Later Iron Age in southern Britain and beyond', while Valerie A Maxfield (19-29) deals with 'Conquest and aftermath'. 'The Flavian and Trajanic northern frontier' is Charles Daniels's topic (31-5), followed by David J Breeze (37-60) on 'The northern frontiers' and Lawrence Keppie (61-73) looking 'Beyond the northern frontier: Roman and native in Scotland'. Malcolm Todd (75-89) treats 'The early cities' while John Wacher (91-114) takes 'Cities from the 2nd to 4th centuries'. David Miles (115-26) discusses 'The Romano-British countryside', while 'Agriculture in Roman Britain: the dynamics of change' is examined by Martin Jones (127-34), and 'Animals in Roman Britain' are taken by Annie Grant (135-46). T W Potter (147-73) offers 'The Roman Fenland: a review of recent work', and Michael Fulford (175-201) discusses 'The economy of Roman Britain'. T F C Blagg (203-17) considers 'Art and architecture' and Martin Henig (219-34) 'Religion in Roman Britain'. For the 4th century, Simon Esmonde Cleary (235-44) looks at 'Constantine I to Constantine III'. J J Wilkes closes the volume with 'A prospect of Roman Britain' (245-50), and there is a select bibliography for 1960-88 (25 1-65).
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Editor:
Malcolm Todd
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Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies
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Martin Henig (Author contributing)
Lawrence J F Keppie (Author contributing)
Martin Jones (Author contributing)
David Miles (Author contributing)
Colin Haselgrove (Author contributing)
Charles M Daniels (Author contributing)
David J Breeze (Author contributing)
Annie Grant (Author contributing)
Valerie A Maxfield (Author contributing)
John Wacher (Author contributing)
Thomas F C Blagg (Author contributing)
John J Wilkes (Author contributing)
Timothy W Potter (Author contributing)
Michael Fulford (Author contributing)
A S Esmonde Cleary (Author contributing)
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Year of Publication:
1989
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907764134
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Location - Auto Detected: Britain
Location - Auto Detected: Fenland
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Temporal - Auto Detected: Roman
Temporal - Auto Detected: Flavian
Temporal - Auto Detected: 4th Century
Temporal - Auto Detected: 2nd To 4th Centuries
Temporal - Auto Detected: Later Iron Age
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British Archaeological Abstracts (BAA)
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05 Dec 2008