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The supply of building materials to construction projects in Roman Oxfordshire: logistics, economics, and social significance

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Whilst Roman architecture has long stood as a discrete branch of classical studies, investigated for its artistic merit and cultural importance, the technical details of Roman construction have only recently started to receive considerable attention. This thesis contributes to a growing trend in Roman scholarship, that of the investigation of the processes, materials, and technologies behind the Roman built environment. The most prestigious buildings of the Empire often remain the focus of...

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School of Archaeology, University of Oxford
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Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford
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School of Archaeology, University of Oxford
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School of Archaeology, University of Oxford
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School of History, Classics, and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh
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Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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