The evidence for the form and appearance of turf and timber defences of Roman forts in the late first century, based on experiments at the Lunt Roman fort
Author(s): Brian Hobley
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The evidence for the form and appearance of turf and timber defences of Roman forts in the late first century, based on experiments at the Lunt Roman fort. Brian Hobley, P Bidwell, R Miket, B Ford. In Portae cum Turribus: Studies of Roman Fort Gates. Pp. 25-61. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports. 1988 ( tDAR id: 416721)
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