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Vindolanda. Research Reports, new series, vol. II. The early wooden forts

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Full title: 'Vindolanda. Research Reports, new series, vol. II. The early wooden forts. Reports on the auxiliaries, the writing tablets, inscriptions, brands and graffiti'. Anaerobic pockets in old Roman archeological sites have allowed for perfect conditions of conservtion of ols tablets and written material such as inscribed leather and wood, along with graffiti and stamps on items of bone, iron, bronze and pottery. The findings at Vindolanda can transform our understanding of frontier studies in Britain before the construction of Hadrian's Wall. Copyright Vindolanda Trust. With 12 b/w figures, and XXVIII b/w plates after p. 126. With two appendixes: Appendix 1 pp. 103-108 describes methods of photography of the tablets; Appendix 2 on pp. 109-122 lists all writing tablets found since 1973. vi + 126 pages, and 28 plates. Bound in green paper. No dust jacket. Some rubbing to the covers and along the spine. In very good condition

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Author(s):
Birley, Eric - Birley, Robin and Birley Anthony
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
7 " x 9 3/4"
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1873136358
ISBN-13:
9781873136355
Number of pages:
126
Publisher:
Roman Army Museum Publications
Title:
Vindolanda. Research Reports, new series, vol. II. The early wooden forts

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Full title: 'Vindolanda. Research Reports, new series, vol. II. The early wooden forts. Reports on the auxiliaries, the writing tablets, inscriptions, brands and graffiti'. Anaerobic pockets in old Roman archeological sites have allowed for perfect conditions of conservtion of ols tablets and written material such as inscribed leather and wood, along with graffiti and stamps on items of bone, iron, bronze and pottery. The findings at Vindolanda can transform our understanding of frontier studies in Britain before the construction of Hadrian's Wall. Copyright Vindolanda Trust. With 12 b/w figures, and XXVIII b/w plates after p. 126. With two appendixes: Appendix 1 pp. 103-108 describes methods of photography of the tablets; Appendix 2 on pp. 109-122 lists all writing tablets found since 1973. vi + 126 pages, and 28 plates. Bound in green paper. No dust jacket. Some rubbing to the covers and along the spine. In very good condition

Author(s):
Birley, Eric - Birley, Robin and Birley Anthony
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
7 " x 9 3/4"
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1873136358
ISBN-13:
9781873136355
Number of pages:
126
Publisher:
Roman Army Museum Publications
Title:
Vindolanda. Research Reports, new series, vol. II. The early wooden forts

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