By: Martin Henig and Paul Booth
244 pages, 102 b/w photos, illus
Brings the Roman period in Oxfordshire to life, looking first at the Iron Age settlement of the area and assessing the impact of the Roman conquest of AD 43, then examining the development of the countryside and of towns, the daily life of the people, and finally investigating the end of Roman Britain in the fifth century and what it meant for the region.
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