Roadside settlements in lowland Roman Britain: a gazetteer and study of their origins, growth and decline, property boundaries and cemeteries
A study of the origin of these settlements, their growth and decline, property boundaries, and cemeteries, with a large and detailed gazetteer.
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Iron Age Settlements
Mutationes and stables
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