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The 'Old Work', the largest fragment of a Roman civilian building still standing in Britain, is a spectacular landmark which points to the site of Wroxeter Roman City, between medieval Shrewsbury and modern Telford.

Dr Roger White, from the University of Birmingham Field Archaeology Unit, is the archaeologist on the team that .

Dr Roger White, from the University of Birmingham Field Archaeology Unit, is the archaeologist on the team that recently conducted a four-year study of Wroxeter and its hinterland. Philip Barker, previously Reader in Archaeology at the University of Birmingham, was, for 25 years, Director of Excavations of the baths basilica site, generally acknowledged as one of the most technically brilliant ever undertaken in Britain. It contains a selection of maps and illustrations, although these are illustrative rather than exhaustive.

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Life and Death of a Roman City Tempus, Stroud (co-authored with Philip Barker) (reprinted 1999, 2002, 2006).

He also has expertise in Heritage Management and has written conservation management plans for sites in the UK, Jersey and Georgia. Life and Death of a Roman City Tempus, Stroud (co-authored with Philip Barker) (reprinted 1999, 2002, 2006). 1997 The Baths Basilica, Wroxeter.

Barker, Philip; White, Roger; Corbishley, Mike (1998). The Baths Basilica, Wroxeter: excavations 1966–90. Wroxeter: Life and Death of a Roman City. Swindon: English Heritage. ISBN 978-0-7524-1409-6.

Roger H. White, Philip Barker. CX233: Principals and Methods in Classical Archaeology. This item appears on. List: CX233: Principals and Methods in Classical Archaeology. Section: Britain Library availability.

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The excavations conducted by Philip Barker at Wroxeter from 1966–1990 produced evidence . Britannia: a history of Roman Britain. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. Wroxeter: the life and death of a Roman city.

Careful re-examination of the evidence, however, throws doubt on these claims. Wroxeter: legionary fortress, baths, and the ‘great rebuilding’ of c. AD 450-550. Journal of Roman Archaeology 15: 639–45.

White, Roger H. Publication, Distribution, et. Stroud. C) 2017-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners. Physical Description: 160 . p. of plates : ill. (some co., facsims, maps, plans, ports ;, 25 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site.

The 'Old Work', the largest fragment of a Roman civilian building still standing in Britain, is a spectacular landmark which points to the site of Wroxeter Roman City, between medieval Shrewsbury and modern Telford. In its prime the city was the fourth largest in Britain, surpassed only by London, Cirencester and St Albans. Intensive archaeological research over the last 30 years, building on the work of earlier archaeologists and antiquarians, now makes it possible to understand much of the rise and fall of this great city. With the help of over 100 illustrations (many in full colour) the authors chart the modern rediscovery of Wroxeter. This lively and authorative account will be equally satisfying to those living in the Welsh Marches and to those with an interest in Roman Britain.
Wroxeter Life and Death of a Roman City (Tempus History & Archaeology) download epub
Ancient Civilizations
Author: Philip Barker,Roger H. White
ISBN: 0752414097
Category: History
Subcategory: Ancient Civilizations
Language: English
Publisher: Tempus Pub Ltd (December 1, 2000)
Pages: 176 pages