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The nature and significance of extramural settlement at Vindolanda and other selected sites on the Northern Frontier of Roman Britain

@inproceedings{Birley2010TheNA,
  title={The nature and significance of extramural settlement at Vindolanda and other selected sites on the Northern Frontier of Roman Britain},
  author={A. Birley},
  year={2010}
}
The study of the nature and function of extramural settlement on the northern frontier of Roman Britain is often regarded as being binary; soldiers inside their forts and civilians confined to the adjacent “vicus” (Birley, Salway and Sommer), which is conceptualised here through the broader term ‘extramural settlement’. The research of Driel-Murray, Allason-Jones and Allison provided evidence for women inside Roman forts, making this interpretation of frontier occupation no longer tenable. The… Expand
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