By Arthur Henry. Lyell
First released in 1912, this quantity offers a listing of all Romano-British constructions within the British Isles recognized on the time of book, entire with references to released works on each one constitution, prepared via county. This quantity omits burial websites and circumstantial proof for profession, concentrating on a variety of excavated buildings starting from army defences to foundations and pavements. The unique references for every constitution supply a important source for getting to know the level of past excavations on a website, and for convalescing info on constructions that have due to the fact been misplaced or destroyed. sleek discoveries is also put in context with previous excavations within the similar zone. the writer, Arthur H. Lyell (d. 1925), used to be a famous archaeologist specialising in Roman Britain
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