Roman Woman: Everyday Life in Hadrian's Britain
Roman Britain is portrayed in this detailed story - a woven narrative of a family struggling to come to terms with new customs and with reconciling their cultural differences. Set in busy York, in the late years of the reign of Hadrian, the story follows the life of the heroine Senovara.
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