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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: Museum of London Archaeology Service
Barber, Bruno, Bowsher, David
Roman graves have been uncovered in the modern-day borough of Tower Hamlets for years. This fine volume reports on twelve excavations of Roman material which has revealed evidence for a wide variety of burial rites, structures, inscriptions and other features in Roman London. The evidence has proved extremely informative about the superstitions and traditions of this London community whilst also suggesting strong links with other parts of the Roman world. The clear and detailed discussions of the sites, burials, grave goods, animal and vegetable food offerings and other artefacts are accompanied by numerous illustrations, many in colour.Barber, Bruno is the author of 'Eastern Cemetery of Roman London : Excavations 1983-1990', published 2000 under ISBN 9781901992090 and ISBN 1901992098.
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