Hybrid waterscapes: an examination of meaning-laden waterflow in the towns of Roman Britain

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Ingate, Jay;
(2014)
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In the past twenty years there has been a sustained theoretical challenge to issues of Roman identity in the western provinces. However, despite this body of work, the towns of Roman Britain are still primarily defined by the extent to which they embraced a set of suppo... View more
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