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British Series

Facing the Enemy?
A GIS Study of 1st Century Roman Fortifications in the Scottish Landscape
£53.00
Author:
Andrew Tibbs
Publication Year:
2022
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407360157
Paperback:
186 pages
Sub-series name:
Archaeology of Roman Britain, 9
BAR number:
B677
Sub Title:
A GIS Study of 1st Century Roman Fortifications in the Scottish Landscape
Facing the Enemy is a GIS-based examination of the relationship between Roman fortifications occupied during the Flavian period (AD 77-86/90), and their... More
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£95.00
Author:
Lilian Ladle
Publication Year:
2022
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407360010
Paperback:
488 pages
Sub-series name:
Archaeology of Roman Britain, 8
BAR number:
B676
Sub Title:
Excavations 2012-2018
Results from the excavation of this high-status Roman villa confirm its occupation throughout the Roman period and beyond, illuminating lifestyle and... More
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Communal Solitude
The Carthusian Lay Brethren in Great Britain & Ireland, 1178-1569
£31.00
Author:
Francesca Breeden
Publication Year:
2022
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407359755
Paperback:
108 pages
BAR number:
B675
Sub Title:
The Carthusian Lay Brethren in Great Britain & Ireland, 1178-1569
The Carthusians were a small monastic order founded in France in the late 11th century. Their dedication to the hermit lifestyle required a unique living... More
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The Origins of Hilltop Enclosures
Late Bronze Age hilltop sites in Atlantic western Britain
£52.00
Author:
Lorrae Campbell
Publication Year:
2022
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407359427
Paperback:
180 pages
BAR number:
B674
Sub Title:
Late Bronze Age hilltop sites in Atlantic western Britain
The Late Bronze Age in Britain (c. 1250-750 BC) was a period of major economic and social reorganisation: agricultural and settlement patterns, funerary and... More
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Dying Young
A Bioarchaeological Analysis of Child Health in Roman Britain
£50.00
Author:
Anna Rohnbogner
Publication Year:
2022
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407359595
Paperback:
174 pages, Illustrated throughout in black & while and colour. 48 figures and 39 tables.
Sub-series name:
Archaeology of Roman Britain, 7
BAR number:
B673
Sub Title:
A Bioarchaeological Analysis of Child Health in Roman Britain
‘Dying Young’ explores childhood morbidity and mortality during the 1st to 5th century AD. The detailed osteological analysis of 953 non-adult (0 - 17... More
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Inclusive Visions
The Museum Experience of Young Blind and Partially Sighted Visitors
£54.00
Author:
Raffaella Cecilia
Publication Year:
2022
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407359656
Paperback:
184 pages, Illustrated throughout in black & white and colour. 105 figures and 15 tables.
Sub-series name:
UCL Institute of Archaeology PhD Series, 7
BAR number:
B672
Sub Title:
The Museum Experience of Young Blind and Partially Sighted Visitors
Inclusive Visions explores the embodied experience, situated interactions and identities of young blind and partially sighted visitors in the museum space.... More
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Making a Medieval Stained Glass Window
An archaeometric study of technology and production
£61.00
Author:
Laura W Adlington
Publication Year:
2022
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407358505
Paperback:
260 pages
Sub-series name:
UCL Institute of Archaeology PhD Series, 6
BAR number:
B671
Sub Title:
An archaeometric study of technology and production
Medieval stained glass windows are relatively untapped sources of information about medieval technology and production, because their architectural context... More
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Roman Rural Settlement in Wales and the Marches
Approaches to settlement and material culture through big data
£46.00
Author:
Leah Reynolds
Publication Year:
2022
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407358963
Paperback:
200 pages, Illustrated throughout in black & white and colour. 95 figures and 100 tables.
Sub-series name:
Archaeology of Roman Britain, 6
BAR number:
B670
Sub Title:
Approaches to settlement and material culture through big data
While the rural settlements of Wales and the Marches have often been used as a backdrop to the study of the military, this book seeks to move beyond a... More
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Excavations at Minster House, Bristol, 1992
From abbey cellarium and prior’s lodging to cathedral prebendal house
£39.00
Author:
John Bryant
Publication Year:
2021
ISBN:
9781407316383
Paperback:
156 pages. Illustrated throughout in black and white and colour. 88 figures and 11 tables.
BAR number:
B669
Sub Title:
From abbey cellarium and prior’s lodging to cathedral prebendal house
Minster House, removed in 1883, adjoined the south-west corner of Bristol Cathedral. The cathedral was created in 1542 from the former St Augustine’s Abbey,... More
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£80.00
Author:
Christina Willis
Publication Year:
2021
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407358345
Paperback:
376 pages. Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. 88 tables and 233 figures.
BAR number:
B668
Neolithic Britain is characterised by its wide diversity in funerary and mortuary rites. However, a shift c.3500BC led to a rise in cremation burials... More
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On the Edge of Empire
Society in the south-west of England during the first century BC to fifth century AD
£52.00
Author:
Siân Alyce Thomas
Publication Year:
2021
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407358468
Paperback:
224 pages, Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. 81 figures and 37 tables
Sub-series name:
Archaeology of Roman Britain, 5
BAR number:
B667
Sub Title:
Society in the south-west of England during the first century BC to fifth century AD
This volume explores the relationship between people and material culture in the south-west peninsula from the first century BC to the fifth century AD.... More
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Iron Age Chariot Burials in Britain and the Near Continent
Networks of mobility, exchange and belief in the third and second centuries BC
£65.00
Author:
Greta Anthoons
Publication Year:
2021
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407316840
Paperback:
284 pages
BAR number:
B666
Sub Title:
Networks of mobility, exchange and belief in the third and second centuries BC
The British chariot burials, mainly concentrated in East Yorkshire, reveal a strong link with continental Europe, which has led some scholars to believe... More
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