The Origin of Roman London

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Cambridge University Press, 2014 - History - 192 pages
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In this book Dr Wallace makes a fundamental contribution to the study of urbanism in the Roman provinces. She attempts for the first time to present a detailed archaeological account of the first decade of one of the best-excavated cities in the Roman Empire. Delving into the artefact and structural reports from all excavations of pre-Boudican levels in London, she brings together vast quantities of data which are discussed and illustrated according to a novel methodology that address both the difficulties and complexity of 'grey literature' and urban excavation.
 

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Lacey M. Wallace is currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Roman Archaeology in the Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge; a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Queens' College, Cambridge; a Tutor at the Institute of Continuing Education, Cambridge; and the Principal Investigator of the Canterbury Hinterland Project.

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