Cool, H. E M., (2004). The Roman Cemetery at Brougham, Cumbria. Malet Street: Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies.

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The Roman Cemetery at Brougham, Cumbria
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Excavations 1966-67
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Britannia Monograph series
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21
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542
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The rescue excavations at Brougham uncovered the largest cemetery associated with a fort in the north yet dug. They revealed a 3rd cemetery where not only the soldiers, but also their wives and children were cremated and buried. The dead were provided with expensive pyre goods, such as elaborately decorated biers, jewellery, military equipment, household items and a wide range of animal offerings including horses. Their remains were generally deposited with pottery vessels including a large number in samian and Rhenish colour-coated wares. There is good evidence that the unit was originally from the Danubian frontier. The volume includes detailed specialist reports on all aspects of the finds and funerary rituals. A database of the results is included on a CD to facilitate further analysis.
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Hilary E M Cool
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Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies
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Jacqueline I McKinley (Author contributing)
Jeremy Evans (Author contributing)
Stephen Greep (Author contributing)
Quita Mould (Author contributing)
Hedley Pengelly (Author contributing)
Fay Worley (Author contributing)
Julie M Bond (Author contributing)
Brian R Hartley (Author contributing)
B H C Dickinson (Author contributing)
A P Fitzpatrick (Author contributing)
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2004
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907764312
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Site: Brougham
County: Cumbria
Country: England
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ROMAN
Monument Type England: CEMETERY
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24 Oct 2018