TRAC 2006 [Paperback]

Ben Croxford (Editor); Fred Eugene Ray (Author); Roman Roth (Author); Peter J. White (Author)

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ISBN: 9781842172643 | Published by: Oxbow Books | Series: TRAC | Year of Publication: 2007 | Language: English 192p, H242 x W170 (mm) b/w illus




TRAC 2006

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The sixteenth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference was held in Cambridge in March 2006. Sixty papers were given during the two-day conference and covered the breadth and length of the Roman world. The issues of identity, its expression and recognition, were at the forefront of consideration. Sessions also looked at public and private religion, 'Romanisation' from a zooarchaeological perspective, how theoretical archaeology works in the field and the ways in which all of this (and more) is presented to the public. This volume contains a selection of the papers from all of the sessions that ran during the course of the conference.

Table of Contents

Preface
Craft and social identity of metalworkers in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt (Mark Eccleston)
Geographic distribution and architectural characteristics of the ancient theatres in modern Spain: A Structural interpretation (Zeynep Aktüre)
The bizarre bazaar: Early excavations in the Roman East and problems of nomenclature (Jennifer Baird)
The use of amphorae for interpreting patterns of consumption (Mariana Egri)
Chop and change: Specialist cattle carcass processing in Roman Britain (Mark Maltby)
A local barrow for local people? The Ferry Fryston cattle in context (David Orton)
New images for old rituals: Stelae of Saturn and personal cult in Roman North Africa (Günther Schörner)
The appearance of health. The symbolic Construction of the healthy body through urban cemetery evidence from Late Iron Age and Early Roman Britain (Angela Turner-Wilson)
Catering for the cultural identities of the deceased in Roman Britain: Interpretive potential and problems (Natalie White)
Amphora burials and burials with amphorae: on the reuse of amphorae in the northern necropolis of Potentia (Porto Recanati, Marche) (Patrick Monsieur)
Subculture and small group identity in Iron Age and Roman Baldock (Keith J. Fitzpatrick-Mathews)
Identities in life and death in Roman Britain: The case of Baldock (Judith Rosten)
A specific problem? The detection, protection and exploration of Romano-British cremation cemeteries through competitive tendering (Jake Weekes)

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