The archaeology and history of the East Anglian Fenlands during the Roman period are approached using post-colonial theory. Fincham looks at the nature of imperialism and its impact on native peoples and traditions, i.e. the exercise of `colonial' power as reflected in the archaeological record, and uses this to test a series of models for the Roman Fenlands. Based on the author's doctoral thesis.
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