[PDF / EPUB] Romano–British Communities at Colne Fen, Earith Charting a decade of intensive fieldwork along a 2km stretch of the Colne Fen Earith fen edge the scope of these books is formidable and together they include the work of 65 contributing specialists w Charting a decade of intensive fieldwork along at Colne ePUB ☆ a km stretch of the Colne Fen Earith fen edge the scope of these books is formidable and together they include the work of contributing specialists with a foreword by Ian Hodder The fieldwork involved innovative methodologies Romano-British Communities eBook ¹ and groundbreaking scientific and micro sampling studies are presented within the volumes Portions of text are over avowedly experimental eg intertextuality and antiuarian informed perspectives and it explores the long term interplay of landscape process and proto historicism Appropriate to the practice of a comparative archaeology Communities at Colne PDF ↠ and the 'challenge of numbers' throughout emphasis is given to multiple scale settlement and spatialdistributional analyses The scale of Volume II the 'Roman book' is even daunting Aside from including reports of earlier local excavations it is primarily concerned with two major 'set piece' sites The one Langdale Hale was a mass production supply farm; the other The Camp Ground a great inland barge port settlement linked to the Car Dyke canal Both reflect upon the potential role of the state and address crucial issues of 'Romanization' with facets of their seuences markedly contrasting with the Stonea engendered Fenland Imperial Estate model Besides uniuely detailing the character of the settlements' Late Roman usage involving terpen like mounds and raised 'platformed' structures and trade connections the port site's aftermath is also discussed as an important assemblage of Anglo Scandinavian bonework was recovered To provide further immediate landscape context the results from neighbouring sites alsofeature including an important Late Roman cemetery at Knobbs Farm Somersham.
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- Romano-British Communities at Colne Fen, Earith
- Christopher Evans
- 28 July 2015 Christopher Evans