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guide to the Roman remains in Britain

Roger J. A. Wilson

guide to the Roman remains in Britain

by Roger J. A. Wilson

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Published by Constable in London .
Written in English


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StatementRoger J.A. Wilson ; with a foreword by J.M.C. Toynbee.
The Physical Object
Pagination365p. ;
Number of Pages365
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21001098M

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Identification. Antonine Itinerary VII documents the Roman settlement of Clausentum as being 20 miles (32 km) west of Noviomagus Reginorum and 10 miles (16 km) from Venta Belgarum. In , William Camden identified Southampton as being the site of Clausentum and described how at Bitterne he had seen "old broken walls, and trenches of an antient castle". Buy A Guide to the Roman Remains in Britain a Constable Guide by Roger J A Wilson, revised 2nd edition good in good d/j, Oxfam, Roger J A Wilson, Books, History.

Sulis was the local goddess of the thermal springs that still feed the spa baths at Bath, which the Romans called Aquae Sulis ("the waters of Sulis"). Her name primarily appears on inscriptions discovered at Bath, with only a single instance outside of Britain at Alzey, Germany. This is not surprising, as Celtic deities often preserved their archaic localisation. Video sourced from SkyEye Britain. The site also boasts the most complete Roman barracks in Europe, offering you a wonderful insight into life at a Roman base, on the edge of its Empire. Roam large sections of the fortress walls, and check out the remains of the gate, corner turret and cookhouses.


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Books Music Art & design TV & radio sheds significant light on life and death in the south-west of Britain after the Roman Human remains and a cooking pot were also discovered during.Antonine Wall Roman Wall The building of the Antonine Wall started in AD and is thought to have taken six years to complete.

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