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Bagendon: a Belgic oppidum

Elsie M. Clifford

Bagendon: a Belgic oppidum

a record of the excavations of 1954-56

by Elsie M. Clifford

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Published by W. Heffer in Cambridge (Eng.) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Belgae.,
  • Bagendon, England -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 275-278.

    Statementby Elsie M. Clifford, with contributions by friends and colleagues.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 287 p. :
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21569003M

    Titles starting with B from Camillas Bookshop Results 1 of You searched for: BAGENDON: A BELGIC OPPIDUM, Excavations Clifford, Elsie M. Edition: First Edition this dated hardcover First Edition is Fine in Fine slipcase with shrinkwrap still in place. This book is in as new condition and ideal for present!. Anonymous, , 'Belgic', Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 72, p. (notice of a Dubnovellaunuas-in-Kent silver unit find) Anonymous, , 'Mine Detector used to find Coins', SCMB, p. 7. (report of a mine detector used during an archeological excavation at Llanbethery by George Boon).

    Bagendon is today a village 3 miles north of modern day Cirencester, however in the Late Iron Age it was an oppidum inhabited by a tribe called the Dobunni. Essentially, when the Romans settled at their Leaholme Fort set in new, straight roads (the basis of Cirencester), the Dobunni and the Romans hit it off. Reassessing the long chronology of the penannular brooch in Britain: exploring changing styles, use and meaning across a millennium. Bagendon: A Belgic Oppidum. From its beginnings to the Book of Kells. London: Thames and Hudson.

    Définitions de List of ancient cities in Illyria, synonymes, antonymes, dérivés de List of ancient cities in Illyria, dictionnaire analogique de List of ancient cities in Illyria (anglais). Bagendon ‘Oppidum’ and the Impact of Rome on the Southern Cotswolds tom moore and also in Romania, and these two lectures ‘book-ended’ the conference. the Germanic provinces and the adjacent hinterland of Belgic Gaul. The project has.


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