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Roman Auxiliaries Reconstructed :Roman Army, 1st Century

By: Anon ;

Price: £3.70

Publisher: Unknown: 1000

Seller ID: 52577


Reprint, pp21-25, inc. b/w & coloured illus, stapled card, A4 View more info

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Excavations at Clausentum, Southampton 1951-1954 (Ministry of Works Archaeological Reports No. 2) :

By: Cotton, M. Aylwin ;Gathercole, P. W.

Price: £15.00

Publisher: HMSO: 1958

Seller ID: 55674


ix + 169pp, 6 plates, 37 figs, cloth, jacket, 4to jacket edges tanned, top edge chipped, internally clean, Sheppard Frere signature inside front cover Clausentum was a small Roman port at Bitterne and the book describes the succession of defences, bath-house and a large building of unknown use, among 11 occupation levels View more info

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Excavations at Clausentum, Southampton 1951-1954 (Ministry of Works Archaeological Reports No. 2) :

By: Cotton, M. Aylwin ;Gathercole, P. W.

Price: £24.70

Publisher: HMSO: 1958

Seller ID: 58063


ix + 169pp, 6 plates, 37 figs, cloth, jacket, 4to Jeffrey May bookplate inside front cover Clausentum was a small Roman port at Bitterne and the book describes the succession of defences, bath-house and a large building of unknown use, among 11 occupation levels. View more info

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Excavations at Clausentum, Southampton 1951-1954 (Ministry of Works Archaeological Reports No. 2) :

By: Cotton, M. Aylwin ;Gathercole, P. W.

Price: £17.00

Publisher: HMSO: 1958

Seller ID: 61034


ix + 169pp, 6 plates, 37 figs, cloth, jacket, 4to Signature of W S Hanson on fron free end paper, still in original cardboard box Clausentum was a small Roman port at Bitterne and the book describes the succession of defences, bath-house and a large building of unknown use, among 11 occupation levels. View more info

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THE ROMAN CHANNEL CROSSING OF A.D. 43: The Constraints on Claudius's Naval Strategy (BAR British Series 332) :

By: Grainge, Gerald ;

Price: £37.00

Publisher: BAR Brit Ser 332: 2002

Seller ID: 53575


viii + 159pp, inc. 50 figs, 9 tables, card, A4 card cover slightly marked, slight storage smell, page edges tanned Asks what sense the Fishbourne hypothesis makes in terms of options for the naval strategy of the crossing. View more info

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The Roman Channel Crossing of A.D. 43 :The Constraints on Claudius's Naval Strategy

By: Grainge, Gerald ;

Price: £40.00

Publisher: Faculty of Arts / Department of Archaeology: 2001

Seller ID: 53593


259pp, inc. 10 plates, 40 figs, card, A4 card cover edges bumped Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy View more info