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By Lacey M. Wallace

during this booklet Dr Wallace makes a primary contribution to the examine of urbanism within the Roman provinces. She makes an attempt for the 1st time to provide an in depth archaeological account of the 1st decade of 1 of the best-excavated towns within the Roman Empire. Delving into the artefact and structural experiences from all excavations of pre-Boudican degrees in London, she brings jointly mammoth amounts of information that are mentioned and illustrated in line with a unique method that tackle either the problems and complexity of 'grey literature' and concrete excavation.

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