A study of the people of pre-Roman iron age and Roman Britain

David Gibb

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    [Truncated] Chapter 1 An introduction to what is known about the Pre-Roman Iron Age (PRIA), the Roman and Post-Roman periods and the people from written, archaeological and burial sources. Chapter 2 The literary evidence about the people of Britain of this time is limited, but what is available may be expanded and built upon from other sources, such as epigraphy, tablets, settlements and their patterns, burials and cemeteries, anthropology, demography and palaeopathology. Chapter 3 The Iron Age people of North Western Europe, called Celts by their Mediterranean neighbours, developed common cultures known in the order of their occurrence as Hallstatt and La Tène and their impact on the people of Britain and their language is examined.
    Original languageEnglish
    Awarding Institution
    • The University of Western Australia
    Publication statusUnpublished - 2002

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