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The best training-ground for archaeologists : Francis Haverfield and the invention of Romano-British archaeology

Author: Philip Freeman
Publisher: Oxford : Oxbow, ©2007.
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To his contemporaries, Francis John Haverfield was the 'father of Romano-British studies', and his death on September 30th 1919 was greeted with widespread lamentation. This title presents an in-depth account of his immense contribution to the study of Roman Britain.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Freeman, Philip, 1959-
Best training-ground for archaeologists.
Oxford : Oxbow, c2007
(OCoLC)608483706
Online version:
Freeman, Philip, 1959-
Best training-ground for archaeologists.
Oxford : Oxbow, c2007
(OCoLC)631863753
Named Person: F Haverfield; Francis Haverfield
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Freeman
ISBN: 9781842172803 1842172808
OCLC Number: 148313301
Description: xvii, 688 p. ; 20 cm.
Responsibility: P.W.M. Freeman.

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To his contemporaries, Francis John Haverfield was the 'father of Romano-British studies', and his death on September 30th 1919 was greeted with widespread lamentation. This title presents an in-depth account of his immense contribution to the study of Roman Britain.

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