Roman Frontiers in Britain

Principal investigator: Paul Kitching
Level: PhD level research

A three-year PhD project examining multiple theories for the development and function of early Roman frontiers in Britain. Spatial and typological analysis of PAS data can contribute to a broader body of evidence in exploring the impact of frontiers on mobility, the geographic extent and nature of Roman interaction, and how these changed over time.

Referee: Robert Witcher, Durham University

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