Serjeantson, D., Rees, H. and Ottaway, P. J., eds. (2010). Feeding a Roman Town. Winchester: Winchester Museums Service.

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Feeding a Roman Town
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Environmental evidence from excavations in Winchester, 1972-1985
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Winchester Museums Archaeology Reports
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Number of Pages:
425
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Maltby_2010_Feeding_a_Roman_Town_Winchester_P4_cover.pdf (1 MB) : Download
Maltby_2010_Feeding_a_Roman_Town_Winchester_P4_report.pdf (7 MB) : Download
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This volume provides a record and analysis of Roman environmental evidence from the less well-known extra-mural areas of Winchester and assesses what these discoveries add to the understanding of the city’s past. It is one of the mostcomprehensive accounts of animal remains from a Roman town published up until this time. The study is based on excavations from the 1970s and early 1980s,which, by examining sites on the defences and in the historic suburbs, has enlarged the scope of previous extensive investigations within the city walls.It is essential reading for all those interested in the study of the animals, plants, and environment of a Roman town, as well as being of value to urban archaeologists and to those with a general interest in the history and archaeology of Hampshire. It sheds light on the management of animal and plant resources in and around one of the most well-known civitas capitals, as well as providing glimpses of everyday life in Winchester through this comprehensive study of the supply, consumption and disposal of mammals, birds, fish, and plants over a period of almost four hundred years.
Author
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Author:
Mark J M Maltby
Editor
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Editor:
Dale Serjeantson
Helen Rees
Patrick J Ottaway
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Winchester Museums Service
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Malcolm Gomersall (Author contributing)
Graham Scobie (Author contributing)
John Crook (Photographer)
Helen Rees (Author contributing)
Frank Green (Author contributing)
Kenneth E Qualmann (Author contributing)
Lesley Collett (Illustrator)
Jennifer Coy (Author contributing)
Andrea Bullock (Author contributing)
J Bradfield (Author contributing)
Mark Barden (Illustrator)
Ruth Hollman (Illustrator)
Patrick J Ottaway (Author contributing)
V Ford (Author contributing)
Julie S Pfeiffer (Author contributing)
S Shrimpton (Photographer)
Kenneth D Thomas (Author contributing)
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2010
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9780861350193
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Locations:
Site: Jewry Street, Crown Hotel (JCH 84)
Site: 27 Jewry Street (27 JS 84)
Site: Victoria Road (VR 72-80)
District: Winchester
Country: England
Place: Winchester
Site: Crowder Terrace (CT 74)
Site: New Road (NR 74-77)
Site: Sussex Street (SXS 76-79)
Site: Hyde Abbey (HA 72,74)
Site: Carfax (CF 85)
Site: Henlys Garage (HG 84-85)
County: Hampshire
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ANIMAL REMAINS (FISH England)
BIRD REMAINS (FISH England)
Fish Bone (FISH England)
MOLLUSCA REMAINS (FISH England)
PLANT REMAINS (FISH England)
Animal Bone (FISH England)
ROMAN (ENG)
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URI: https://www.hampshireculture.org.uk/collection/archaeology
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16 Jul 2018