Atlas of Roman Britain
First published in 1990, this is a comprehensive atlas containing over 270 detailed and wide-ranging maps, figures, plans and site photographs on all aspects of Roman Britain. The maps cover political and military history as well as the physical geography of Britain and the view Roman geographers had of it. Evidence for economic activity, including mining and pottery production, studies of life in town and country, and of religion, is given in the maps. Major monuments, such as Hadrian's Wall, feature on the larger scale maps and plans.
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Review: An Atlas of Roman BritainUser Review - Thom Dunn - Goodreads
Anglo-Saxon listing for Chapter 9, "Devolution", and here especially for the book's last 5 pages (The Saxon Inheritors) where the authors present the few Known Knowns they are able to glean concerning ... Read full review
The Conquest and Garrisoning of Britain
The military garrison