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by John Pearce,Martin Millett,Manuela Struck

eBook Burial, Society and Context in the Roman World epub
  • ISBN: 1842170341
  • Author: John Pearce,Martin Millett,Manuela Struck
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxbow Books (November 11, 2015)
  • Pages: 256 pages
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Martin Millett, John Pearce, Manuela Struck. Although a large number of cemeteries have been explored in Roman Britain they have never been seen as central to the study of the province.

Martin Millett, John Pearce, Manuela Struck. This collection of twenty-eight papers, from a symposium held at the University of Durham in 1997, explores different approaches to examine the contribution that cemeteries can make to our wider understanding of Roman society

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Journal of Roman Archaeology. Burial archaeology and mortuary practices - JOHN PEARCE, MARTIN MILLETT and MANUELA STRUCK (ed., BURIAL, SOCIETY AND CONTEXT IN THE ROMAN WORLD (Oxbow Books, Oxford 2000). xxiv + 272 many figs. ISBN 184217 034 1. Susan T. Stevens (a1).

John CreightonAssociate Professor in Archaeology, University of. .Burial, society and context in the Roman world. J Pearce, M Millett, M Struck. Oxbow Books Limited, 2000.

Archaeology from the ploughsoil: studies in the collection and interpretation of field survey data. C Haselgrove, M Millett, I Smith.

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Pearce, . M. Millett & M. Struck. Burial, society, and context in the Roman world. The care of the dead in late antiquity. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Burial in the Roman world. London: The Council for British Archaeology. Cite this entry as: Prowse T. (2014) Burial Practices and Tombs in the Roman World. In: Smith C. (eds) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Springer, New York, NY.

The organizers themselves recognize that, as Martin Millett writes in the preface, "in the way of things, a.Manuela Struck uses evidence from early Roman Britain to investigate the demonstration of status at the grave site.

The organizers themselves recognize that, as Martin Millett writes in the preface, "in the way of things, a number of the papers addressed questions different to those raised in the introductory paper," and thus "arguably produced a more diverse volume than might have been desired" (viii). To consider just one pertinent example, in his introductory essay, "Burial, society and context in the provincial Roman world," John Pearce provides a concise and informative critique of the concept of 'Romanisation' and the use of the term (1-2).

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Burial, society and context in the provincial Roman World. John Pearce, Martin Millett, Manuela Struck.

The nature of Roman imperialism 2. The pattern of later iron age societies 3. The invasion strategy and its consequences 4. The emergence of the 'civitates' 5. The maturity of the 'civitates' . (More). Burial, society and context in the provincial Roman World.

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Although a large number of cemeteries have been explored in Roman Britain they have never been seen as central to the study of the province. This collection of twenty-eight papers, from a symposium held at the University of Durham in 1997, explores different approaches to examine the contribution that cemeteries can make to our wider understanding of Roman society. The papers are grouped under five headings: The reconstruction of mortuary rituals; Burial and social status; The dead in the landscape; Burial and ethnicity and society; Religion and Burial in late Roman Britain and Italy.
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