Roman Britain

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A highly visual guide to the history, society, art and culture of Britain when it was a province of the Roman Empire. <br /> <br /> Spanning more than ten centuries and all parts of ancient Britain, this title evokes a vivid sense of life in Roman times - for both rich and poor, Romans and native Britons, city and country dwellers, Christian monks and Druid priests and every rank of Roman soldier. <br /> <br /> Drawing on archaeological finds, ancient written sources and the latest research, <em>Roman Britain</em> brings the ancient past graphically to life. <br> <br> <strong>More about <em>Roman Britain</em></strong> <br> <br> For nearly four centuries, from AD 43 to 410, Britain was a province on the outer edge of the Roman Empire. It developed a distinctly Romano-British culture and way of life, reflected not only in its celebrated Roman baths, forts, roads and villas, but also in everyday language, customs and beliefs that endure to this day.

A highly visual guide to the history, society, art and culture of Britain when it was a province of the Roman Empire.

Spanning more than ten centuries and all parts of ancient Britain, this title evokes a vivid sense of life in Roman times - for both rich and poor, Romans and native Britons, city and country dwellers, Christian monks and Druid priests, and every rank of Roman soldier.

Drawing on archaeological finds, ancient written sources and the latest research, Roman Britain brings the ancient past graphically to life.

  • Product Code: CMC50611
  • Product Weight: 0.46Kg
  • Author: Ralph Jackson and Richard Hobbs
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • Format: Paperback
  • T.P: 5.99
  • Dimensions: H22.9 x L16.9cm
  • Illustrations: 120 colour illustrations
  • Postage Weight: 0.85 Kg

A highly visual guide to the history, society, art and culture of Britain when it was a province of the Roman Empire. <br /> <br /> Spanning more than ten centuries and all parts of ancient Britain, this title evokes a vivid sense of life in Roman times - for both rich and poor, Romans and native Britons, city and country dwellers, Christian monks and Druid priests and every rank of Roman soldier. <br /> <br /> Drawing on archaeological finds, ancient written sources and the latest research, <em>Roman Britain</em> brings the ancient past graphically to life. <br> <br> <strong>More about <em>Roman Britain</em></strong> <br> <br> For nearly four centuries, from AD 43 to 410, Britain was a province on the outer edge of the Roman Empire. It developed a distinctly Romano-British culture and way of life, reflected not only in its celebrated Roman baths, forts, roads and villas, but also in everyday language, customs and beliefs that endure to this day.

A highly visual guide to the history, society, art and culture of Britain when it was a province of the Roman Empire.

Spanning more than ten centuries and all parts of ancient Britain, this title evokes a vivid sense of life in Roman times - for both rich and poor, Romans and native Britons, city and country dwellers, Christian monks and Druid priests, and every rank of Roman soldier.

Drawing on archaeological finds, ancient written sources and the latest research, Roman Britain brings the ancient past graphically to life.

  • Product Code: CMC50611
  • Product Weight: 0.46Kg
  • Author: Ralph Jackson and Richard Hobbs
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • Format: Paperback
  • T.P: 5.99
  • Dimensions: H22.9 x L16.9cm
  • Illustrations: 120 colour illustrations
  • Postage Weight: 0.85 Kg
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