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Villages in Roman Britain by Robin Hanley
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This book discusses the variety of settlements in Roman Britain which can be grouped together under the necessarily broad title of 'village' and aims to reduce some of the confusion in terminology which exists in Roman rural studies. The existence of the village as a recognisable Romano-Terminology is reviewed and other aspects referred to include settlement origins, development, affluence and economic activity, as well as their possible administrative and military roles, using evidence from a wide range of sites. About the authorRobin Hanley is a graduate of Nottingham University, obtaining a degree in archaeology in 1985. He obtained a doctorate at the same university, where the subject of his research was the villages and small towns of Avon, Somerset and Gloucestershire.
Release date NZ
March 1st, 2000
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
2nd Revised edition
27 b/w photos, 18 figs
Shire Publications Ltd
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