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Roman Britain (BBC Fact Finders)

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Published by BBC Books .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • British & Irish history: BCE to c 500 CE,
  • European history: BCE to c 500 CE,
  • Ancient Rome,
  • British Isles,
  • General,
  • Designed / suitable for National Curriculum,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Fiction,
  • Children: Grades 4-6

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9762492M
ISBN 100563349999
ISBN 109780563349990
OCLC/WorldCa29257431

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Martin Millett, Roman Britain (Batsford and English Heritage, ) T.W. Potter, Roman Britain (British Museum, London, ) T.W. Potter and Catherine Johns, Roman Britain (British Museum, London, ) Richard Reece, My Roman Britain (Cotswold Studies, Vol. 3 ) Peter Salway, Roman Britain (Clarendon Press, Oxford, ). for historical novels set in Roman Britain. Pages in category "Novels set in Roman Britain" The following 24 pages are in this category, out of 24 total. This list may not reflect recent changes. B. A Body in the Bath House; D. Empire's End: A Roman Story, tells the tale of a young North African girl who sets out on a danger-filled journey to Britain during Roman is a gripping adventure that offers a new perspective into the myriad of Roman narratives shared in schools. When Camilla, a young North African girl, travels with her mother and father from Leptis Magna to Rome in AD, she . Salway: "Roman Britain" is still the heavyweight champion for the scholar seeking meticulously researched historical detail of event driven history. This book is both glossily accessible as a 'dip in' bedtime read or as a steady sit down, quality, introductory work with thoughtful re interpretation of the conventional wisdom.

  Under Another Sky review – a journey through Roman Britain The great thing about this book is its quiet enthusiasm. Higgins's knowledge is lightly worn, but not so lightly that we're unaware.   He is the author of books on the Roman West and the early Germanic peoples, including The Early Germans (second edition, Blackwell, ), Migrants and Invaders () and Roman Britain (third edition, Blackwell, ). He retired as Principal of Trevelyan College, Durham, in   * the Roman conquest of Britain * the evolution of the frontier with Scotland * the infrastructure the Romans put in place * the place of religion in Roman Britain. Taking account of recent research, this second edition includes an expanded bibliography and a number of new plates which illustrate the various aspects of the Roman occupation of Author: David Shotter. Under Another Sky: Journeys in Roman Britain by Higgins, Charlotte Book The. £ £ + P&P. Last one. The Archaeology Of Roman Britain by Collingwood, R G Hardback Book The Cheap. £ + P&P. Along the Roman Roads of Britain by Peel, J.H.B. Paperback Book The Cheap Fast. £

  Why did Roman Britain collapse? What sort of society succeeded it? How did the Anglo-Saxons take over? And how far is the traditional view of a massacre of the native population a product of biased historical sources? This text explores what Britain was like in the 4th-century AD and looks at how this can be understood when placed in the wider context of . Coin hoards provide a unique primary evidence for the Roman occupation of Britain. This volume presents details of 57 coin hoards from Roman Britain. Hoards in the volume include a group of plated denarii from Northern Suffolk, a rare hoard of 2nd-century gold from Didcot, and a late 4th-century hoard of nearly coins from Bishops Cannings, s: 1. Review: This book provides an excellent travel guide for those wishing to explore Roman Britain. It is divided into four main sections-roads, towns, buildings, and military fortifications. Exploring Roman Britain offers fifteen day excursions throughout England, Scotland, and Wales. "Roman Britain is constantly the subject of fresh discoveries and changing perspectives. T. W. Potter and Catherine Johns, relying on the newest archaeological evidence, assess the impact of the invasion of AD 43 on Iron-Age Britain and survey the effect of Roman culture on this remote province up to and beyond the end of the military occupation.