This is a controversial re-examination of historical and archaeological evidence in Roman Britain, which suggests that the impulse for political and cultural change came from the Britons—not the Romans.
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Martin Henig is a Visiting Professor at the Institute of Archaeology, University College, London and a former Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford. He is currently engaged with friends in completing a definitive catalogue of all the Roman sculpture from London and south-eastern England as well as a major catalogue of Roman cameos. He is the author of standard works on Roman art and religion in Britain. From 1985 to 2007 he was Honorary Editor of the British Archaeological Association. His wide interests are reflected in the contents of the Festschrift presented to him on his 65th birthday, Pagans and Christians - from Antiquity to the Middle Ages (Oxford 2007) . Recently ordained, he is now serving as a deacon in the West Oxford benefice which includes the early ecclesiastical site of Binsey, which is the subject of a collection of essays of which he is co-editor, also published by Amberley.
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Descripción Tempus, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 160 pages illustrated. Large format PB.Fine unread copy. No faults. Nº de ref. de la librería 056527