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By Allason-Jones, Lindsay
Roman Woman is a vivid portrayal of life in Roman Britain; in this fascinating, authentically detailed, deftly woven narrative, a family struggles to come to terms with new customs and to reconcile their cultural differences.
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Offers an introduction to the daily life of the population living in Britain from the end of the Iron Age to the end of the Roman occupation of the country. This book covers the lives of the entire population of Roman Britain from the Late Iron Age until the early fifth century w...hen the formal occupation of Britain by the Romans came to an end.Read more
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A new edition of the 1992 book detailing the complexities of life for women in Roman Britain. This edition chronicles the latest discoveries - tombstones, writing tablets, curse tablets, burials and artefacts - to create a vivid picture of the lives, habits and thoughts of women ...in Britain over four centuries.Read more
Edited by Allason-Jones, Lindsay
Helps the student understand the numerous artefacts from Roman Britain and what they reveal about life in the province.
By Collins, Rob; Allason-Jones, Lindsay
Finds from the Frontier brings together papers given at a conference held at Newcastle upon Tyne in 2008. Its aim is to elucidate the life of the 4th-century limitanei of Britain through their material culture.
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