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Title: Artefacts and people on the Roman frontier
Authors: Allison, Penelope M.
First Published: 24-Aug-2015
Citation: Allison, P. M. 2015 Artefacts and people on the Roman frontier, in D. J. Breeze, R.H. Jones, and I. A. Oltean, eds, Understanding Roman frontiers: A celebration for Professor Bill Hanson, 121-134. Edinburgh: John MacDonald.
Abstract: A rtefacts are play ing an increasingly significant role in our understandings of life on the Roman frontier, especially of the range of ac tivities that took place at military sites and of the people who made up these communities. This paper discusses some of the problems and the advantages of using artefacts to investigate the se communit ies and particularly to quantify the civilian population inside Roman military bases. [First paragraph]
ISBN: 9781906566852
Version: Pre-print
Type: Chapter
Rights: Copyright © 2015, Birlinn Limited. Archived with express permission of the Publisher.
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