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CLAS 4070/6070

Roman Britain
Credit Hours:

Examination of the literary, material, and environmental evidence for Roman occupation in Britain; investigation of the interaction between indigenous and Roman populations to illustrate processes of Romanization; examination of the social and economic structure of the Roman frontier in Britain and its place within the wider imperial context.

CLAS(ANTH) 2000 or CLAS 1010 or permission of department

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