Illustrations
Frontispiece: Bronze figurine of a muse or temple musician from Silchester, Hampshire 2
1 The Battersea Shield 16
2 Iron Age coins 17
3 Iron Age sword scabbards 17
4 The Uffington White Horse, Oxfordshire 19
5 Gold torque from Snettisham, Suffolk 19
6 Bronze mirror from Desborough, Northamptonshire 20
7 Bronze bucket from Aylesford, Kent 22
8 Iron Age coins 23
9 Detail of the Ara Pacis, Rome 26
10 Roman sword scabbard from the Thames 29
11 Tombstone of M. Favonius Facilis, Colchester, Essex 30
12 Monument dedicated to Iuppiter Optimus Maximus, Chichester, Sussex 31
13 Intaglios 33
14 Intaglios from Eastcheap, London 33
15 Clay luting from a crucible, London 34
16 Two silver cups from a grave at Welwyn, Hertfordshire 36
17 Two bronze cups from Crownthorpe, Norfolk 37
18 Bronze statuette of a stag from near Brighton, Sussex 38
19 Bronze figurine of Venus from Henley Wood temple, Somerset 39
20 Bronze sceptre from Kirmington, Lincolnshire 39
21 Votive heads or masks from Icklingham, Suffolk 40
22 Sculptured pediment from the Temple of Sulis Minerva, Bath 41
23 Antonine Wall distance slab from Hutcheson Hill, Dunbartonshire 44
24 Tombstone from Camomile Street bastion, London 46
25 Tombstone of M. Aurelius Nepos and his wife from Chester 47
26 Altar of Flavius Longus, Chester 49
27 Relief from Housesteads, Northumberland 51
28 Statue of Fortuna from Birdoswald, Cumberland 52
29 Relief of Victory from Housesteads, Northumberland 53
30 Relief of Victory from Stanwix, Cumberland 54
31 Bronze belt-mount from Sheepen, Colchester 56
32 Bronze parade helmet from Ribchester, Lancashire 56
33 Bronze enamelled belt-plate from South Shields, Co. Durham 57
34 Dedication of the forum at Wroxeter, Shropshire 61
35 Bronze head of Hadrian from the Thames 62
36 Base of a statue of Tiberius Claudius Paulinus, Caerwent, Gwent 64
37 Tombstone of a woman from Murrell Hill, Carlisle 66
38 Tombstone of Regina from South Shields, Co. Durham 67
39 Bronze bust of Bacchus-Antinous from Littlecote Park, Wiltshire 71
40 Bronze bust of a satyr from Tarrant Hinton, Dorset 71
41 Enamelled bronze cup from Rudge, Wiltshire 73
42 Iron ring with copper-alloy inlaid inscription from London 73
43 Inscribed openwork gold ring from Corbridge, Northumberland 73
44 Inscribed gold ring with uncut sapphire from Stonham Aspal, Suffolk 73
45 Intaglios 75
46 Cameo with a female portrait-bust 75

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The Art of Roman Britain
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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Illustrations 6
  • Introduction 9
  • Chapter One - The Art of the Celts 13
  • Chapter Two - Art in the Era of the Conquest 24
  • Chapter Three - Art and the Roman Army 42
  • Chapter Four - The Uses of Art in Roman Britain 58
  • Chapter Five - Natives and Strangers in Roman Britain 79
  • Chapter Six - Artists and Their Patrons 106
  • Chapter Seven - Art in Late Roman Britain 138
  • Chapter Eight - Attitudes to the Art of Roman Britain 174
  • Notes and References 191
  • Bibliography 204
  • Glossary 213
  • Index 215
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