03:07. Bibliography Part 3.

Britannia Capta Part 3

Bibliography

 

Alcock, Leslie

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Allen, Tim & Ken Walsh.

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Barrett, Anthony A.

            1979    “The Career of Claudius Tiberius Cogidubnus” Britannia Vol. X.

            1980    “Chronological Errors in Dio’s Account of the Claudian Invasion”. Britannia Vol.. XI.

Berquist, Jon L.

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Birley, Anthony R.

            1981    “The Fasti of Roman Britain.” Oxford.

Birley, Eric.

            1978    “The Adherence of Britain to Vespasian”, Britannia Vol.. X.

Black, E W.

            1987    “The Roman Villas of South-East England”. BAR (British Series) #171. Oxford.

Blagg, T F C, and A C King.

            1984    “Military and Civilian in Roman Britain”. BAR 136 (British Series). Oxford.

Boon, George C.

            1974    “Silchester – The Roman City of Calleva”. David & Charles.

Branigan, Keith

            1976    “Villa Settlements in the West Country” in Branigan & Fowler 1976.

Branigan, Keith and Fowler.

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Brown, Robin A.

            1986    “The Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement at Woodcock Hall, Saham Toney, Norfolk”. Britannia Vol.. XVII.

Burnham, Barry C, and Helen B Johnson.

            1979    “Invasion and Response: The Case for Roman Britain”. BAR (British Series) #73. Oxford.

 

Cary, Earnest.

            1914    “Dio’s Roman History”. (9 Vol.umes). Loeb Classical Library.

Chapman, John and Helena Hamerow.

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Colognesi, L Capogrossi.

            1995    “The limits of the ancient city and the evolution of the medieval city in the thought of Max Weber”. In Cornell & Lomas 1995.

Cornelius Tacitus, Publius.

            “The Agricola”: refer H Mattingly & S A Handford 1970. R M Ogilvie & I Richmond 1967.

            “The Annals”: refer Michael Grant 1973.

            “The Histories”: refer Kenneth Wellesley 1964.

Cornell, T J & Kathryn Lomas (Eds).

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Cunliffe, Barry.

            1971    “Fishbourne – A Roman Palace and its Gardens”; Thames and Hudson.

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Crummy, Philip.

            1977    “Colchester: The Roman Fortress and Development of the Colonia”. Britannia Vol. VIII.

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Davies, Jeffrey L.

            1977    “Roman Arrowheads from Dinorben and the sagittarii of the Roman Army.” Britannia Vol.. VIII.

Dio Cocceianus, Cassius.

            Roman History: see Cary, Earnest 1914.

Dunnet, Rosalind.

            1975    “The Trinovantes”. Gerald Duckworth.

 

Eichholz, D E.

            1972    “How Long Did Vespasian Serve in Britain?” Britannia Vol. III.

Elkingdon, H D H.

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Field, Norman.

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Freeman, Philip.

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Frere, Sheppard.

            1967    “Britannia” (1st edition). R & K Paul Ltd.

            1987    “Britannia” (3d edition). Pimlico.

 

Grant, Michael.

            1973    “Tacitus: The Annals of Imperial Rome”. Penguin.

 

Handford, S A.

1951    “Caesar: the Conquest of Gaul”. Penguin.

            1963    “Sallust: Jugurthine War: Conspiracy of Catiline”. Penguin.

Hanson & Kepple.

            1980    “Roman Frontier Studies – 1979”. BAR (Int.) #71(i).

Haselgrove, Colin.

            1984    “Romanization before the Conquest: Gaulish precedents and British consequences”, in Blagg and King 1984.

Hobley, Brian

            1980    “Military Considerations in the Lower Thames Valley during the AD 43 campaign and their relevance to the origins of Londinium.” in Hanson and Kepple 1980.

 

Ireland, S.

            1986: “Roman Britain: A Sourcebook”. Croom Helm.

 

Jackson, Kenneth

            1970    Appendix 2 in Rivet 1970.

Jones, Horace Leonard.

            1983    “The Geography of Strabo”. (8 Volumes) Loeb Classical Library.

Jones, Michael A.

            1980    “The Early Military Occupation of the Lincoln Area: Recent Research” in Hanson & Kepple 1980.

Julius Caesar, Gaius.

            “The Gallic Wars”: refer S A Handford 1951.

Josephus, Flavius.

            Jewish Antiquities.

 

Lewis, Charlton T & Charles Short.

            1879    A Latin Dictionary, 1989 impression. Oxford.

Lloyd Jones, Myfanwy.

            1984    “Society and Settlement in Wales and the Marches 500 BC – AD 1000.” BAR (British Series) #121. Oxford.

 

McPake, Robert.

            1981    “A Note on the Cognomina of Legio XX”. Britannia Vol. XII.

Manning, W H.

            1979    “The Native and Roman Contribution to the Development of Metal Industries in Britain” in Burnham and Johnson 1979.

Marsden, Peter.

            1980. “Roman London”. Thames & Hudson.

Mattingly, H & S A Handford.

            1970    “Tacitus: The Agricola and the Germania”. Penguin.

Maxfield, Valerie.

            1980    “The Roman Military Occupation of South-West England: further light and fresh problems.” in Hanson & Kepple 1980.

Merrifield, Ralph.

            1965    “The Roman City of London”. Earnest Benn.

Middleton, Paul.

            1979    “Army Supply in Roman Gaul: An Hypothesis for Roman Britain” in Burnham & Johnson 1979.

Milroy, James and Lesley Milroy.

            1997    Social Network and patterns of Language Change” in Chapman and Hamerow 1997.

Money, J H.

            1977    “The Iron-Age Hill-fort and Romano-British Iron-working Settlement at Garden Hill, Sussex: Interim report on Excavations, 1968-76”. Britannia Vol. VIII.

Morris, John.

            1982    “Londinium”. Revised by Sarah Macready. George Weidenfeld & Nicholson.

 

Nichol, John.

            1978    “Vespasian and the Partes Flavianae”. Historia Hest 28, Franz Steiner Verlag GMBH, Wiesbaden.

 

Ordnance Survey Map of Roman Britain.

            1978    Fourth Edition. Her Majesty’s Stationary Office.

 

Peacock, D P S.

            1977    “Bricks and Tiles of the Classis Britannica: Petrology and Origin”. Britannia Vol. VIII.

Pliny.

            Natural History.

Potter, T W.

            1981    “The Roman Occupation of the Central Fenland”. Britannia Vol. XII.

Procopius.

            De Bello Gothico.

 

Richmond, Ian.

            1955    “Roman Britain”. Penguin.

Rivet, A L F.

            1970    “The British Section of the Antonine Itinerary”. Britannia Vol. I.

            1980    “Celtic Names and Roman Places.” Britannia Vol. XI.

 

Sallustius Crispus, Gaius.

            “The War against Jugurtha”.

Salway, Peter.

            1981    “Roman Britain”. Oxford University Press.

            1950    “Josephus: Jewish Antiquities”. (9 Vol.umes) Loeb Classical Library.

Sands, Percy Cooper.

            1908    “The Client Princes of the Roman Empire under the Republic.” Cambridge Historical Essay No. xvi. Cambridge.

Strabo.

            “The Geography”: refer Horace Leonard Jones 1983.

Suetonius Tranquillus, Gaius.

            “The Twelve Caesars”: Translated by Robert Graves 1957. Penguin.

 

Tomlin, R S O.

            1992    “The XXth Legion at Wroxeter and Carlisle in the 1st Century: The Epigraphic Evidence”. Britannia XXIII. London.

 

Wacher, John.

            1978    “Roman Britain”. J M Dent & Sons.

Wait, Gerald A.

            1985    “Ritual and Religion in Iron Age Britain”. BAR (British Series) No. 149. Oxford.

Watson, G R.

            1969    “The Roman Soldier”. Thames & Hudson.

Webster, Graham.

            1975    “The Coritani”. Duckworth.

            1978    “Boudica”. Book Club Associates.

Webster, G & D Dudley.

            1965    “The Roman Conquest of Britain”. B T Batsford.

Wellesley, Kenneth.

            1964    “Tacitus: The Histories”. Penguin.

 

 

Bibliography; Part 3, chapter 1.

 

Birley, Anthony R.

            1981    “The Fasti of Roman Britain.” Oxford.

Black, E W.

            1987    “The Roman Villas of South-East England”. BAR (British Series) #171. Oxford.

Brown, Robin A.

            1986    “The Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement at Woodcock Hall, Saham Toney, Norfolk”. Britannia Vol. XVII.

Burnham, Barry C, and Helen B Johnson.

            1979    “Invasion and Response: The Case for Roman Britain”. BAR (British Series) #73. Oxford.

Cornelius Tacitus, Publius.

            “The Annals”: refer Michael Grant 1973.

            “The Histories”: refer Kenneth Wellesley 1964.

Davies, Jeffrey L.

            1977    “Roman Arrowheads from Dinorben and the saggitarii of the Roman Army.” Britannia Vol. VIII.

Frere, Sheppard.

            1967    “Britannia” (1st edition). R & K Paul Ltd.

Jackson, Kenneth

            1970    “Romano-British Place names in the Antonine Itinerary”. Appendix 2 in Rivet 1970.

Jones, Horace Leonard.

            1983    “The Geography of Strabo”. (8 Volumes) Loeb Classical Library.

Julius Caesar, Gaius.

            “The Gallic Wars”: refer S A Handford 1951.

Levick, Barbara.

            1990    “Claudius”. 2001 impression, Routledge.

Lewis, Charlton T & Charles Short.

            1879    A Latin Dictionary, 1989 impression. Oxford.

Manning, W H.

            1979    “The Native and Roman Contribution to the Development of Metal Industries in Britain” in Burnham and Johnson 1979.

Middleton, Paul.

            1979    “Army Supply in Roman Gaul: An Hypothesis for Roman Britain” in Burnham & Johnson 1979.

Morris, John.

            1982    “Londinium”. Revised by Sarah Macready. George Weidenfeld & Nicholson.

Nicols, John.

            1978    “Vespasian and the Partes Flavianae”. Historia Heft 28, Franz Steiner Verlag GmbH, Wiesbaden.

Pliny.

            Natural History.

Potter, T W.

            1981    “The Roman Occupation of the Central Fenland”. Britannia Vol. XII.

Salway, Peter.

            1981    “Roman Britain”. Oxford University Press.

Scullard, H H.

            1992    “From the Gracchi to Nero – a history of Rome 133 BC to AD 68”. Fifth edition. Routledge.

Richmond, Ian.

            1955    “Roman Britain”. Penguin.

Suetonius Tranquillus, Gaius.

            “The Twelve Caesars”: Translated by Robert Graves 1957. Penguin.

Wacher, John.

            1978    “Roman Britain”. J M Dent & Sons.

Webster, Graham.

            1975    “The Coritani”. Duckworth.

            1978    “Boudica”. Book Club Associates.

Webster, G & D Dudley.

            1965    “The Roman Conquest of Britain”. B T Batsford.

 

 

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