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Metal Objects

Military Equipment and the Identity of Roman Soldiers
Proceedings of the Fourth Roman Military Equipment Conference
£67.00
Editors:
J. C. Coulston
Publication Year:
1988
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780860545088
Paperback:
354pp
BAR number:
S394
Sub Title:
Proceedings of the Fourth Roman Military Equipment Conference
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£65.00
Author:
Charmian Woodfield with contributions by Chris Caple, John Cattell, Geof Egan, Helen Howard, Philip Kiberd, Helen List, Graham Morgan, James Rackham, Stephanie Ratkai, Charles Tracy, Hugh Willmott, Paul Woodfield
Publication Year:
2005
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841718347
Paperback:
413pp. Includes 167 figures, maps, plans, drawings, photographs, 24 pages in colour, 12 tables. With additional material online (Figure 38).
BAR number:
B389
Excavations carried out in the 1960s on the site of the Carmelite Friary at Coventry, England, revealed the lost church, of unexpected... More
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Later Medieval Mints
Organization, Administration and Techniques. The Eighth Oxford Symposium on Coinage and Monetary History
£48.00
Editors:
N. J. Mayhew and Peter Spufford
Publication Year:
1988
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780860545033
Paperback:
244pp, Includes illustrations, plans, index.
BAR number:
S389
Sub Title:
Organization, Administration and Techniques. The Eighth Oxford Symposium on Coinage and Monetary History
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£65.00
Author:
Evan M. Chapman
Publication Year:
2005
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841718262
Paperback:
296pp. Includes 90 pages of plates, tables. Catalogue, Site, Gazetteer
BAR number:
B388
This work is a catalogue of the Roman military equipment held in the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff. Included are an historical survey... More
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£27.00
Author:
John Halstead
Publication Year:
2005
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841716886
Paperback:
108pp. Includes 22 figures, maps, plans and drawings, Appendix of calibrated radiocarbon dates with 36 graphs
BAR number:
B384
This study examines Bronze Age settlement patterns between c.2500 and 750 BC in the Welsh Marches region of Britain. The context of Early... More
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£39.00
Author:
Pierfrancesco Talamo
Publication Year:
1987
Language:
Italian
ISBN:
9780860544975
Paperback:
198pp
BAR number:
S384
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£65.00
Author:
Ute Breitsprecher
Publication Year:
1987
Language:
German
ISBN:
9780860544845
Paperback:
344pp
BAR number:
S376
Sub Title:
Ein Beitrag zur Forschungsgeschichte und Methode
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A Bibliography of the City Coinage of Palestine
From the 2nd century B.C. to the 3rd century A.D.
£54.00
Author:
Arie Kindler and Alla Stein
Publication Year:
1987
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780860544821
Paperback:
270pp
BAR number:
S374
Sub Title:
From the 2nd century B.C. to the 3rd century A.D.
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£40.00
Author:
Thyrza R. Smith
Publication Year:
1987
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780860544791
Paperback:
200pp, Includes illustrations, plans, bibliography: p167-189
BAR number:
S371
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Later Iron Age Norfolk
Metalwork, landscape and society
£34.00
Author:
Natasha C.G. Hutcheson
Publication Year:
2004
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841715827
Paperback:
157pp. Includes 30 maps, tables, 162 line drawings, Catalogue, Appendix of finds
BAR number:
B361
Sub Title:
Metalwork, landscape and society
This research aims to investigate later Iron Age society in Norfolk through a study of largely unstratified metal artefacts.In... More
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Die Gürtelschnallen
der Römischen Kaiserzeit und der frühen Völkerwanderungszeit im mitteleuropäischen Barbaricum
£63.00
Author:
Renata Madyda-Legutko
Publication Year:
1987
Language:
German
ISBN:
9780860544678
Paperback:
328pp
BAR number:
S360
Sub Title:
der Römischen Kaiserzeit und der frühen Völkerwanderungszeit im mitteleuropäischen Barbaricum
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£110.00
Author:
Sonja Marzinzik
Publication Year:
2003
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841715445
Paperback:
511pp. Includes 29 maps, 50 tables/graphs, 22 figures and drawings, 159 plates
BAR number:
B357
Sub Title:
Their classification and context
Belt buckles have long been recognised as an integral part of the costume of early medieval men and women. As items of dress, buckles and... More
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