Continuity and innovation in religion in the Roman West
Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2007 - History - 212 pages
The two volumes will publish 32 articles based upon sessions at the Roman Archaeology Conference (Birmingham 2005), the European Association of Archaeologists (Lyon 2004), and the Sixth Workshop of the Fontes Epigraphici Religionis Celticae Antiquae (London 2005). The 16 articles in volume 1 fall within sections on Britain, Gaul and Germany; Spain and Gallia Narbonensis; Central Europe and the Balkans; Artefacts and dedications; and The survival and location of sacred places. A highlight is the first full report on the Senuna treasure and shrine at Ashwell by R. Jackson and G. Burleigh.
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Preface and Acknowledgements
Gallic influence or indigenous development?
Empty spaces or meaningful places? A broader perspective on continuity
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