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    The Long Sunset : A Play in Three Acts by Sherriff, R.C. [Introduction and Notes by Elizabeth Haddon]

    London: Longmans. 1960. 12mo [approx 12.7x18.7cm]. Very Good condition. No dustjacket. A couple of spots of foxing to rear pastedown, Previous owner's details to front free end paper. Introduction and notes by Elizabeth Haddon. 143 pages A play dealing with the final days of Roman Britain. Was first produced in 1955 and was filmed live in Australia in 1963 - starring John Bell. . Hardback.


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    Britannia A History of Roman Britain [A History of England series] by Frere, Sheppard

    London: The Folio Society. 2002. Large octavo size [16x24cm approx]. Near Fine copy in a Very Good Slipcase. Illustrated with Colour and Black & White Photographs. Black & white maps. 431 pages Originally published in 1967 and extensively revised in 1987. This Folio edition is based on the 1987 edition with further revisions as the understanding of Roman Britain continues to expand. Includes 14 maps. . 3rd Printing. Hardback.


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    The Quest for the Lost Roman Legions Discovering the Varus Battlefield by Clunn, Tony

    New York and California: Savas Beatie. 2009. Very Good condition. Black & white maps. xl, 371 pages . Reprint. Trade Paperback.


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    Roman Villa: West Park, Rockbourne, Nr. Fordingbridge, Hants. - Illustrated Report, Easter 1968 by A. T. Morley Hewitt

    privately published, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, 1968. First Thus. Softcover (Saddle-stapled). Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. In September 1942, a farmer found a quantity of oyster shells while digging out a ferret. Although there was no surface evidence, and no record or legend of anything unusual at the site a trial trench was opened. At 18 inches a mosaic floor was found. Owing to weather conditions, no further excavation was possible till the spring of 1943, when weekend work allowed for further investigation. Rooms I and II were found together with a small rubbish heap in the angle of the rooms. A grid of trial holes 25 feet apart laid down during the summer of 1944, gave evidence of an extensive building or buildings and it was decided to suspend excavation until I had more leisure to plot a definite plan and had purchased the land. Work has been continuous each summer since 1956. It is now certain that the Villa was a large estate mansion and that a habitation existed here from early in the 1st Century onward and it would appear that it was an important house in the 3rd Century. It would also appear that it was partly destroyed late in the Century and reconstructed and fully occupied in the 4th Century right down to the barbarian raids of 367/8 A.D. and again partly occupied till after the end of the Roman occupation. Revised Edition. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 38 pages. Rear cover slightly grubby. Staples rusty; light creasing to outer corners. illustrated by b/w. drawings, maps, photo's. & fold-out plan of Villa. Includes glossary of terms used. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: Archaeology; Roman Britain; Roman Villas; Hampshire; England; Early (0-1000 AD); History. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 2933. . This book is very light, and may be shipped for less than the standard book cost quoted at this site..


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    Seeing Roman Britain by Cottrell, Leonard

    London: Evans Brothers Limited. 1956. Octavo Size [approx 15.5 x 22.8cm]. Very Good in Very Good Dustjacket. DJ protected in purpose-made plastic sleeve. Light wear to dustjacket edges and corners. Illustrated with Black and White Photographs. 295 pages Famous archaeologist, Cottrell's account of his personal travels to discover Roman Britain. . 1st Edition. Hardback.


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