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Theoretical Roman archaeology : second conference proceedings /
edited by Peter Rush.
imprint
Aldershot ; Brookfield, USA : Avebury, c1995.
description
xiii, 189 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
ISBN
1856287130
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Book
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imprint
Aldershot ; Brookfield, USA : Avebury, c1995.
isbn
1856287130
catalogue key
1280550
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Summaries
Long Description
This book comprises the papers given by nearly 20 scholars at a conference held in Bradford in 1992, the second of its kind. A wide variety of topics relating to Roman archaeology are covered with an emphasis on theory and synthesis. Geographically, most papers deal with Britain and Western Europe.
Table of Contents
Gender in question
'Sexing' small finds
Finds: theory or practice? - towards a methodology
Collapse theory and the end of birdoswald
Analysis of social and cultural diversity on rural burial sites in North-Eastern Raetia
Locational models and the study of Romano-British small towns
Prologue to a study of Roman Urban Form
Symbols of power and nature: the Orpheus mosaics of fourth century Britain and their architectural contexts
Romanisation and resistance on the Northern frontier
Shopper's paradise: consumers in Roman Britain
Economy and space in Roman Britain
Roman pottery research in the 1990s
Theory, practice and research in an urban unit: a personal perspective
Women and gender relations in the Roman Empire
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