Excavations and Observations on the Defences and Adjacent Sites
Excavations and Observations on the Defences and Adjacent Sites: 1971–90
by Patrick Ottaway
As one of the three fortresses permanently occupied from the late 1st century onwards, York is of great importance for Romano-British military studies. This report brings together a series of excavations and studies which illustrate the sequence of defences and relate it to the history of the fortress as a whole.
Info: 232pp, 146 illustrations
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