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Author: F. Queiroga,Mark Wood
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Title: Current Research on the Romanization of the Western Provinces (Bar International Series)
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Publisher: British Archaeological Reports; 1st edition edition (December 31, 1992)
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Current Research on the Romanization of the Western Provinces (Bar International Series) by F. Queiroga,Mark Wood



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BAR International Series 2550. The Samnites recur throughout Greek and Roman sources as formidable warriors and Rome’s greatest foes from the mid-fourth century . This book examines the material culture for evidence of an emerging ‘proto-Samnite’ identity between 750 and 350 . BAR International Series 2550. Book · January 2013 with 8 Reads. Publisher: 9781407311708. Romanization is a somewhat contested shorthand description for the process of cultural change evident within the material record of the Roman provinces. Architecture has long been recognized as indicative of this process and the appearance of Roman-type buildings as evidence for the cultural change very different building tradition prior to conquest.

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Ten papers from a symposium held at Rewley House, Oxford in 1989. Contributors include: Martin Millett (rural integration) ; J Drinkwater & H Vertet (Roman Gaul) ; C C Haselgrove & C J Scull (rural settlement in Belgic Gaul) ; P Galliou (mutations et resistances dans l'Armorique romaine) ; P Blaskiewicz (la place de la Normandie) ; J Naveiro Lopez & F Perez Losada (la costa Galaica, with English summary) ; first cent money supply in Britain (P J Casey) ; tranference of technology (K Greene) ; Y Perrin (Celtisme et Romanité) .