THE SOUTH-WEST OF ENGLAND IN ROMAN TIMES - (S.A.) Thomas On the Edge of Empire. Society in the South-West of England during the First Century bc to fifth Century ad. (BAR British Series 667.) Pp. xvi + 207, figs, colour ills, b/w & colour maps. Oxford: BAR Publishing, 2021. Paper, £52. ISBN: 978-1-4073-5846-8 [Book Review]

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