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  1. City Walls in Late Antiquity

    City Walls in Late Antiquity: An Empire Wide Perspective [Hardback]

    Emanuele Intagliata (Editor); Christopher Courault (Editor); Simon J. Barker (Editor)

    Regular Price: £55.00

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    ISBN: 9781789253641
    Published by : Oxbow Books
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    The construction of urban defences was one of the hallmarks of the late Roman and late-antique periods (300–600 AD) throughout the western and eastern empire. City walls were the most significant construction projects of their time and they redefi... .... Learn More
  2. Beyond the Romans

    Beyond the Romans: Posthuman Perspectives in Roman archaeology [Hardback]

    Irene Selsvold (Editor); Lewis Webb (Editor)

    Regular Price: £40.00

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    ISBN: 9781789251364
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Series: TRAC Themes in Archaeology
    Volume: 3
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    This latest volume in the TRAC Themes in Theoretical Roman Archaeology series takes up posthuman theoretical perspectives to interpret Roman material culture. These perspectives provide novel and compelling ways of grappling with theoretical prob... .... Learn More
  3. All the Emperor's Men

    All the Emperor's Men: Roman Soldiers and Barbarians on Trajan's Column [Hardback]

    J. C. Coulston (Author)

    £35.00

    ISBN: 9781842173008
    Published by : Oxbow Books
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    Trajan's Column, set up in the heart of Rome, was completed in 113 CE to commemorate the emperor Trajan's wars across the Danube. Its reliefs provide a uniquely detailed picture of the army at war in perfect harmony with Trajan who in his own ... .... Learn More
  4. What did the Sarcophagus of Symmachus Look Like?

    What did the Sarcophagus of Symmachus Look Like?: Late Antique Pagan Sarcophagi [Paperback]

    Niels Hannestad (Author)

    £20.00

    ISBN: 9788771847437
    Published by : Aarhus University Press
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    This book concerns the chronology of Roman mythological sarcophagi. The traditional chronology assumes a peak in production during the reign of Gallienus (AD 259-268) to fade away with the reign of Constantine. This chronology has some obvious f... .... Learn More
  5. The Hammerum Burial Site

    The Hammerum Burial Site: Burial Customs and Clothing in Roman Iron Age [Hardback]

    Tinna Møbjerg (Editor); Lise Ræder Knudsen (Editor); Hans Rostholm (Editor); Ulla Mannering (Editor)

    £30.00

    ISBN: 9788793423237
    Published by : Aarhus University Press
    Series: Jutland Archaeological Society Publications
    Volume: 103
    The Girl in Red – Burial Customs and Clothing in Roman Iron Age is the story of a burial site told by more than 20 academics; a fascinating combination of different archaeological and scientific studies analyzing individuals, objects and context f... .... Learn More
  6. The Transition to Late Antiquity on the Lower Danube

    The Transition to Late Antiquity on the Lower Danube: Excavations and Survey at Dichin, a Late Roman to early Byzantine Fort and a Roman Aqueduct [Hardback]

    Andrew Poulter (Author)

    £70.00

    ISBN: 9781785709586
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Excavations on the site of this remarkable fort in northern Bulgaria (1996–2005) formed part of a long-term programme of excavation and intensive field survey, aimed at tracing the economic as well as physical changes which mark the transition fro... .... Learn More
  7. The Roman Villa at Maasbracht

    The Roman Villa at Maasbracht: The archaeology and history of a Roman settlement on the banks of the river Meuse (Province of Limburg, The Netherlands) [Paperback]

    WV.K Vos (Editor); Corrie Bakels (Editor); T.A. Goossens (Editor)

    £45.00

    ISBN: 9789088908569
    Published by : Sidestone Press
    Series: Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia
    Volume: 46
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    In the Dutch archaeological community, the Roman Villa of Maasbracht has become famous for the beautiful remains of murals that have survived to this day. Almost all of this material was found in the infill of the stone cellar, a veritable time ca... .... Learn More
  8. The Roman Villa at Maasbracht

    The Roman Villa at Maasbracht: The archaeology and history of a Roman settlement on the banks of the river Meuse (Province of Limburg, The Netherlands) [Hardback]

    WV.K Vos (Editor); Corrie Bakels (Editor); T.A. Goossens (Editor)

    £135.00

    ISBN: 9789088908576
    Published by : Sidestone Press
    Series: Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia
    Volume: 46
    In the Dutch archaeological community, the Roman Villa of Maasbracht has become famous for the beautiful remains of murals that have survived to this day. Almost all of this material was found in the infill of the stone cellar, a veritable time ca... .... Learn More
  9. Army of the Roman Emperors

    Army of the Roman Emperors: Archaeology and History [Hardback]

    Thomas Fischer (Author); M. C. Bishop (Author)

    Regular Price: £45.00

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    ISBN: 9781789251845
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Compared to modern standard, the Roman army of the imperial era was surprisingly small. However, when assessed in terms of their various tasks, they by far outstrip modern armies – acting not only as an armed power of the state in external and int... .... Learn More
  10. Roman and Medieval Carlisle: the Northen Lanes, Excavations 1978-82

    Roman and Medieval Carlisle: the Northen Lanes, Excavations 1978-82: Volume One: The Roman Period [Paperback]

    John Zant (Author); Christine Howard-Davis (Author)

    £25.00

    ISBN: 9781907686290
    Published by : Oxford Archaeology North
    Series: Lancaster Imprints
    Volume: 25
    In the mid-1970s, Carlisle City Council finalised proposals for the redevelopment of the Lanes, a densely built-up area in the north-east corner of the city’s historic core, which, at the time, was crossed by 19 narrow lanes or vennels. These were... .... Learn More

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