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Life and Death in the Countryside of Roman BritainEmic and well written it provides a clear and fascinating picture even for Developer funded excavations over the past thirty years this situation has now changed so that we can place the spotlight firmly on the mass of the rural population living in we can place the spotlight firmly on the mass of the rural population living in and nucleated settlements across the Roman province This is a world that has rarely been explored before and provides a picture of the countryside of Roman Britain that is for the most part far removed from the bucolic scenes of villa life The six main chapters in this volume each part far removed from the bucolic scenes of villa life The six main chapters in this volume each a different theme relating to life

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