The book has dark red cloth boards and gilt titles, and apart from bumping to spine ends is in fine clean condition. The jacket has small light creasing around spine ends and corners and only minor handling marks. This book is about a search for new evidence of the Roman military occupation of Britain and gives the results of twelve years of fieldwork by Raymond Selkirk, ably assisted by an equally enthusiastic team of civil engineers, divers, diggers, fieldwalkers, artists, photographers and other experts. The outcome is vividly presented with the aid of many revealing photographs and supporting evidence from old maps and ancient/antiquarian texts. Readers are encouraged to get out and discover more unrecorded remains of the Roman occupation and are provided with various search techniques to assist them in identifying Roman roads, bridges, dams, forts, signal stations, aqueducts etc.