This study of Roman Republican military castramentation evaluates both historical and archaeological evidence. There are two main areas of enquiry. The first is a description of a Roman army camp given by the Greek historian Polybius. The second is concerned with the only significant body of published archaeological evidence of Republican camps, largely the work of Adolf Schulten, who reported on the excavations which he conducted in Spain during the early years of the 20th century. The present author offers some kajor new interpretations of the archaeological evidence together with some fresh observations derived from fieldwork.
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Descripción BAR Intl Ser 630, 1996. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Very Good. viii + 170pp, inc. figs & 20 plates, laminated card, A4 ex lib, Christ Church archive, bookplate inside front cover Evidence from Polybius and from excavations largely in Spain, offering major new interpretations and some Frech observations derived from fieldwork. Nº de ref. de la librería 55255
Descripción Tempvs Repartvm, 1996. Softcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good. British Archaeological Reports BAR International Series 630; 170 pages; Two main areas of inquiry: first is concerned with the major historical source pertaining to Republican castrametation, namely the description of a Roman army camp given by the Greek historian Polybius. Second is concerned with the only significant body of published archaeological evidence of Republican camps which exists in the present day. The body of evidence derives largely from excavations which have taken place in Spain. Nº de ref. de la librería 6627