How did Britain change during the five centuries of Roman rule? How did Roman geographers visualize this remote province? What was urban and rural life like for its inhabitants and how did they view their landscape? This detailed and comprehensive atlas covers all aspects of the topography and history of Roman Britain from its first invasion by the Romans to their abandoning of the province during the fifth century AD. The book is aimed at Romano-Britain enthusiasts, as well as students, teachers and specialists in history, archaeology and geography.
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