Feeding A Roman Town

Hampshire Cultural Trust

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This volume is part of an integrated series of studies of Winchester’s archaeology. It provides a record and analysis of Roman environmental evidence from the less well-known extra-mural areas of Winchester and assesses what these new discoveries add to the understanding of the city’s past. It is one of the most comprehensive accounts of animal remains from a Roman town published up until this time. The study is based on excavations from the 1970s and early 1980s, which, by examining sites on the defences and in the historic suburbs, has enlarged the scope of previous extensive investigations within the city walls.

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