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Roman Small Towns in Eastern England and Beyond:
by A.E. Brown
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0946897905, Paperback)The nineteen papers in this collection derive from a conference held in 1992 under the auspices of the Department of Adult Education of the University of Leicester. Its aim was to consider theoretical approaches which might help to advance our underdstanding of Roman small towns, to look at practical methodologies such as aerial photography and geoprospection, and to place the sites of Eastern England in context with similar sites in the western Empire. Contributors include: A Brown (Roman small towns and medieval small towns); B Burnham (Small towns: The British perspective); D Wilson (The aerial view); M Millett (Strategies for Roman small towns); J Taylor (The Romano-British roadside settlement at Shiptonthorpe, East Yorkshire); D Gurney (Small towns and villages of Roman Norfolk); P Liddle (Roman small towns in Leicestershire); F Condron (`Small towns' on the Nene and Welland in their context); M Eddy (Kelvedon and the fort myth in the development of Roman small towns in Essex); G Burleigh (The plan of Romano-British Baldock, Hertfordshire); A King (Secondary urban centres in Gaul); M Gechter (Small towns of the Ubii and Cugerni/Baetasii civitates, Lower Germany).
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