This atlas for students, teachers and specialists, now available for the first time in paperback, contains 275 detailed and wide-ranging maps on all aspects of Roman Britain. The maps are drawn to a series of standard scales. They cover political and military history, as well as the physical geography of Britain and the view Roman geographers had of it. They include evidence for economic activity, such as mining and pottery production, studies of life in town and country, and information on religion. Major monuments such as Hadrian's Wall feature on the larger-scale maps and plans.
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