A Research Framework for the Archaeology of Wales

Southwest Wales – Roman, bibliography

22/12/2003

 

 

Burnham, B. et al, 2001, in James, S. and Millett, M. (eds), 2001, Britons and Romans: advancing an archaeological agenda. Council for British Archaeology Research Report 125, 67-76

 

Hughes, G. 2003, A Roman fort at Dinefwr Park: a commentary on a geophysical survey by Stratascan. Unpublished report for The National Trust

 

James, H. 1982, Roman West Wales.

 

James, H. 2003, Roman Carmarthen. Excavations 1978-1993. Britannia Monograph Series No 20, Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies.

 

James, S. 2001, in James, S. and Millett, M. (eds), 2001, Britons and Romans: advancing an archaeological agenda. Council for British Archaeology Research Report 125, 77-89  

 

James, S. and Millett, M. (eds), 2001, Britons and Romans: advancing an archaeological agenda. Council for British Archaeology Research Report 125.

 

Jones, G. J. 1994, ‘Tir Telych’, the Gwestfau of Cymwel Gaeo and Cwmed Caeo. Studica Celtica, XXVIII, 81-95

 

Millet, M. 2001, James, S. and Millett, M. (eds), 2001, Britons and Romans: advancing an archaeological agenda. Council for British Archaeology Research Report 125, 60-66

 

Taylor, J. 2001, James, S. and Millett, M. (eds), 2001, Britons and Romans: advancing an archaeological agenda. Council for British Archaeology Research Report 125, 46-59

 

Timberlake, S. 1994, Archaeological and circumstantial evidence for early mining in Wales, in T.D. Ford and L.

Willies (eds) Mining before Powder, Peak District Mines Historical Society 12(3) and Historical Metallurgy Society Special Publication, 133-43

 

 

 

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