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99–110) Lisa Nevett Architectural and Social Change During the Roman Period (pp. 151–162) John Pearce Ideological Biases in the Urban Archaeology of Rome: A Quantitative Approach (pp. Oxford: Oxbow Books (2000) Edited by Garrick Fincham, Geoff Harrison, René Rogers Holland & Louise Revell Front Matter and Editors’ Introduction (pp.
111–121) Simon Clarke Slavish Nonsense or the Talking Tool (pp. i–x) The Creation of Multiple Identities in Roman Italica (pp. 8–21) Hella Eckardt In Search of a Different Roman Period: The Finds Assemblage at the Newstead Military Complex (pp.
103–114) Sarah Scott The Hoarding, Deposition and Use of Pewter in Roman Britain (pp.
70–80) Manuela Struck Location Models and the Study of Romano-British Small Towns (pp .81–91) Simon Clarke Prologue to a Study of Roman Urban Form (pp. Ellis Symbols of Power and Nature: The Orpheus Mosaic of Fourth Century Britain and Their Architectural Contexts (pp. van Leusen Pooling Resources – The Use of Water for Social Control in the Roman Empire (pp. Ellis Towards a Theory of Roman Urbanism: Beyond Economics and Ideal-Types (pp. Grahame ‘Roman’ Urban Form and Culture Difference (pp. 42–52) Frances Condron Theoretical Influences on Two Reports of Romano-British Land Division (pp. 60–70) Robert Witcher The Ancient Monument in Romano-British Ritual Practices (pp. 99–111) John Pearce Burial and Gender in Late- and Sub-Roman Britain (pp. 148–159) David Dungworth Pottery and Paradigm in the Early Western Empire (pp. 14–25) Simon James Monumental Architecture & Becoming Roman in the First Centuries BC and AD (pp. 52–58) Louise Revell Usurping the Urban Image: The Experience of Ritual Topography in Late Antique Cities of the Near East (pp.
Aldershot: Avebury (1993) Edited by Eleanor Scott Front Matter (pp. Bridging the divide: A Commentary on Theoretical Roman Archaeology (pp. TRAC (Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference) 1991 (pp. 5–22) Eleanor Scott Attitudes to Roman Imperialism (pp.
23–27) Richard Hingley Theory and Roman Archaeology (pp.
i–iv) The Just War: Graeco-Roman Texts as Colonial Discourse (pp. 64–73) Sue Stallibrass Food, Ritual and Rubbish in the Making on Pompeii (pp.
1–10) Jane Webster Britannia, Origin Myths and the British Empire (pp. 74–82) Mrina Ciaraldi & Jane Richardson Wood, Masonry and the Construction of Identity: Comparing Southern Britain and Gaul, 4th to 7th Centuries (pp.