A Companion To Roman Britain - Edited by Peter A. ClaytonPhaidon, 1980, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
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In a series of six compact essays, each written by an authority in the field, it covers all the major aspects of Roman Britain from its Conquest in AD 43 to its final abandonment in the fifth century. Topics of special interest, including the Palace at Fishbourne and Hadrian's Wall, are dealt with in a series of special two-page spreads. The 350 illustrations give a rich sample of the surviving remains villas, towns, roads, fortifications, temples, theatres, sculptures, coins while the reader who wishes to see more is guided by a full gazetteer and a list of museums with important Romano-British collections.
Size: 11¼" x 8½"
Number of Pages: 208
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