Allen, M. G., Fulford, M., Lodwick, L., Rohnbogner, A., Brindle, T. and Smith, A. T. (2018). Life and Death in the Countryside of Roman Britain. Malet Street: Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies. https://doi.org/10.5284/1090306. Cite this using datacite

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Title:
Life and Death in the Countryside of Roman Britain
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New Visions of the Countryside of Roman Britain vol 3
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Britannia Monograph series
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31
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438
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1090306
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Monograph (in Series)
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This volume focuses upon the people of rural Roman Britain – how they looked, lived, interacted with the material and spiritual worlds surrounding them, and also how they died, and what their physical remains can tell us. Analyses indicate a geographically and socially diverse society, influenced by pre-existing cultural traditions and varying degrees of social connectivity. Incorporation into the Roman Empire certainly brought with it a great deal of social change, though contrary to many previous accounts depicting bucolic scenes of villa-life, it would appear that this change was largely to the detriment of many of those living in the countryside.
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Martyn G Allen ORCID icon
Michael Fulford ORCID icon
Lisa Lodwick ORCID icon
Anna Rohnbogner
Tom Brindle ORCID icon
Alexander T Smith ORCID icon
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Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies
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2018
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9780907764465
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Country: UK
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ROMAN (WALES)
DEATH BURIAL OR FUNERARY OBJECT (FISH England)
BURIAL (Monument Type England)
Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
ROMAN (ENG)
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Project archive: https://doi.org/10.5284/1030449
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24 Oct 2018