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Roman England

By: Burke, John

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK., Artus: 1993

Edition: 3rd Edition

Sellers ID: 02663


Julius Caesar's conquest of Britain brought 400 turbulent years of occupation by a foreign power. the impact of civilized Rome on the barbaric and tribal British was dramatic and far reaching and despite constant threats of insurrection, the Romans left their mark on the landscape of this cold and inhospitable corner of their empire. pages 128 and 129 has a brown mark to their edges PLEASE NOTE: Economy shipping ( 2nd class) to World zones 1 and 2 is by sea and will take... View more info

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A History of Chester

By: Lee Fenwick, George

Price: £45.00

Publisher: UK, Phillipson and Golder: 1896

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03640


This is a fascinating and heavy book about the city of Chester from the perspective of a historian living in the 19th Century. The text is accompanied by black and white illustrations. The text block and endpapers are lightly foxed, the front endpaper is nearly detached from the spine. The red boards are worn to its edges and corners the head and foot of the spine is badly worn with tears along the spine hinge. this is still a readable copy View more info

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The Excavation of a Romano-British Farmstead and Cemetery on Bradley Hill, Somerton, Somerset

By: Leech, R

Price: £10.00

Publisher: unknown: 0

Sellers ID: 02235


This is a report on the excavation of a Romano-British Farmstead in 1981 View more info

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Defenders of Mai-dun: A Story of the Roman Assault on Maiden Castle

By: MacPherson, David

Price: £10.00

Publisher: UK., Roving Press Ltd: 2010

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 02785


Based on real facts and places, the story brings to life the Roman invasion of Dorset in AD 43 and the struggle with the Celts. Historical and archaeological evidence is carefully woven into the story, adding to the realism. making it particularly enjoyable for those with an interest in local history. It will make a visit to Maiden Castle more thought provoking. A very good tight clean copy. PLEASE NOTE : International Economy shipping to world zones 1 and 2 is by sea an... View more info

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Invasion: Roman Conquest of Britain

By: Peddie, John

Price: £16.00

Publisher: UK., Sutton Publishing Ltd: 1987

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 02655


Invasion is a military appraisal of the Claudian invasion of Britain; it takes a fresh look at known facts and explores several new ideas. It should appeal to a wide readership interested in archaeological, historical and military matters. There is some shelf ware to the DJ which shows light indentations to the front panel. please note: standard shipping ( 2nd class) to world zones 1 and 2 is by sea , and will take between 60 and 90 days. View more info

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The Oxford Illustrated History of Roman Britain

By: Salway Peter

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK, BCA: 1993

Edition: Book Club Edition

Sellers ID: 02177


This lavishly illustrated book presents the most authoritative history of Roman Britain ever published for the general reader. Written by an established expert in the field, the narrative starts before the invasion of Julius Caesar and culminates in the early 5th century AD with the unexpected end of Roman rule and subsequent collapse of society in Britain. The D/W shows very light wear to the corners. View more info

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Roman Britain ( Oxford History of Britain )

By: Salway Peter

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK, Clarendon Press: 1991

Edition: Reprint 1991

Sellers ID: 02244


This book is not an archaeology of Roman Britain , but a history. It draws together the literary sources and the advances in archaeology to reassess Roman Britain. The book contains sixteen chapters of narrative, first introducing the reader to the story of Britain and Rome from Caesar to AD500 then the assimilation of Britain into the Roman Empire and finally closes with religion and society. View more info