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eBook Roman Britain (Exploring the Roman World) ePub

by Catherine Johns,T.W. Potter

  • ISBN: 0714127744
  • Category: Ancient Civilizations
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Catherine Johns,T.W. Potter
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: British Museum Press (August 31, 2002)
  • Pages: 248
  • ePub book: 1470 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1871 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Series: Exploring the Roman World. Paperback: 248 pages. Publisher: British Museum Press (August 31, 2002).

Series: Exploring the Roman World. ISBN-13: 978-0760735343.

W. Potter is Deputy Keeper in the Department of Prehistoric and Romano-British Antiquities at the British Museum. Catherine Johns, a curator in the same Department, has also written Sex or Symbol: Erotic Images of Greece and Rome and Arretine and Samian Pottery. Series: Exploring the Roman World (Book 4).

Catherine Johns, a curator in the same Department, has also written Sex or Symbol: Erotic Images of Greece and Rome and Arretine and Samian Pottery. Библиографические данные. Roman Britain Exploring the Roman world (Том 4). Авторы. Timothy W. Potter, Catherine Johns.

Catherine Johns FSA (born 1941) is a British archaeologist and museum curator. She is a specialist in Roman jewellery, Romano-British provincial art, and erotic art. Johns worked for many years, until 2002, as the Curator of Roman Britain at the British Museum. She was elected as a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London in January 1973. Johns has published numerous articles and books on archaeological subjects including the Snettisham Jeweller's Hoard, the Hoxne Hoard, and the Barber Cup.

T. W. Potter; Catherine Johns. Published by University of California Press. ISBN 10: 0520081684 ISBN 13: 9780520081680. In the context of Britain's place in the empire as a whole, they survey the effect of Romanization in town and country, in the arts, architecture, and religion.

Title: Roman Britain (Exploring the Roman World) Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Roman Britain by Catherine Johns, . Potter (Hardback, 1992). Pre-owned: lowest price. POTTER and CATHERINE JOHNS Relying on the most recent archaeological evidence as well as on ancient artifacts, Potter and Johns assess the impact of the Roman invasion and provide a complete picture of Roman Britain.

The Romans conquered only the southern part of the island, they never managed to conquer the Scottish .

The Romans conquered only the southern part of the island, they never managed to conquer the Scottish Highlands. More than that from time to time the Picts from the north raided the Romans. Nowadays you can find the marks of Roman influence in the English words of Latin origin, as we know the Romans spoke Latin. Among them are such words as school (schola), street (strata), port (porta), wall – (vallum), village (vicus), word cheese and butter also have Latin origin.

Find nearly any book by CATHERINE JOHNS. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Catherine Potter T W & Johns. Learn More at LibraryThing. CATHERINE JOHNS at LibraryThing. Sex or symbol: Erotic images of Greece and Rome. ISBN 9780292775725 (978-0-292-77572-5) Softcover, University of Texas Press, 1982.

Potter, T. and Johns, C. 1992. Roman Britain (Exploring the Roman World). The jewellery of Roman Britain : Celtic and classical traditions. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press. University of California Press. Johns, C. and Burnett, A. 1997.

The vast empire created by the Romans remains one of the outstanding achievements of history. This text assesses the impact of the invasion of AD 43 on Iron-Age Britain and surveys the effect of Roman culture on this remote province up to and beyond the end of the military occupation. The process of Romanisation in town and country, in the arts, architecture and religion, is not, however, viewed in isolation, but in terms of Britain's place in the empire as a whole. This study, written by authors with an experience of the Romano-British collections of The British Museum, provides a synthesis of this important period.

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Kulalas Kulalas
completed four volume collection with this purchase. No complaints
Kagrel Kagrel
I found this little book very interesting. Well written and copiously illustrated. Descriptions of well planned cities, straight Roman roads, a gladiator cemetery, legion camps, ornaments, weapons and a wall. Roman culture was like a cookie cutter that could be set down anywhere on a pan of dough and produce an identical pastry,