International Archaeological Reports since 1974

Archaeology of Roman Britain

Series editors: Edward Biddulph (Oxford Archaeology), Martin Pitts (Exeter)

Roman Britain presents a dynamic and exciting field of study, with an abundance of data amenable to multi-disciplinary approaches, ‘big data’ studies, the application of theoretical approaches, and a variety of visually stimulating artefacts and reconstructions that speak to our own age in a remarkably direct way. This peer-reviewed sub-series considers submissions for publication relating to the Roman province of Britannia, spanning a broad period from the late Iron Age through to post-Roman Britain (roughly from the 1st century BC to the 5th century AD), and also encompassing studies that examine the interaction between the British Isles, the nearby Continent, and other parts of the connected Roman empire.

If you are interested in publishing in the Archaeology of Roman Britain series, please contact: editor@barpublishing.com

The Clayton Collection
An archaeological appraisal of a 19th century collection of Roman artefacts from Hadrian’s Wall
£38.00
Author:
Frances McIntosh
Publication Year:
2019
Language:
English
Paperback:
205 pages, Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. 36 tables, 96 figures, 23 graphs
ISBN:
9781407321479
BAR number:
B646
Sub Title:
An archaeological appraisal of a 19th century collection of Roman artefacts from Hadrian’s Wall
Sub-series name:
Archaeology of Roman Britain, 1
This book examines the archaeological material from Hadrian’s Wall within the significant Clayton Collection. The Collection was formed through the work of... More
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