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Author:
Keppie Lawrence
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978-0859765992
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0859765997
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John Donald; Expanded edition (January 1, 2004)
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Lawrence Keppie was born in Glasgow and educated there and at Oxford.

Lawrence Keppie was born in Glasgow and educated there and at Oxford. He is Curator of Archaeology at the Hunterian Museum at Glasgow University and Professor of Roman History and Archaeology. He contributes regularly to academic journals and has written a number of books, including The Making of the Roman Army (1984) and Understanding Roman Inscriptions (1991).

The Legacy of Rome book. It incorporates a large amount of new material making it the best guide As an outpost of empire, Scotland played a significant, if unusual role in the Roman world.

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Legacy of Rome : Scotland S Roman Remains. by Lawrence Keppie and Keppie Lawrence

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The Legacy of Rome : Scotland's Roman Remains. As an outpost of empire, Scotland played a significant, if unusual, role in the Roman world. By (author) Lawrence Keppie. The south and east were occupied intermittently from AD 79 to the early third century, while the north and west remained outside Roman control, though certainly not beyond its influence.

Lawrence Keppie was Professor of Roman History and Archaeology and Senior Curator of Archaeology, History and Ethnography at the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow

Lawrence Keppie was Professor of Roman History and Archaeology and Senior Curator of Archaeology, History and Ethnography at the Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow. Now retired, he is Emeritus Professor of Roman History and Archaeology at the University of Glasgow. Country of Publication.

Lawrence J. F. Keppie is a Scottish historian and author specialising in Roman military history. He studied classics at the University of Glasgow. He is currently the Emeritus Professor of Roman History and Archaeology at the University of Glasgow

Lawrence J. He is currently the Emeritus Professor of Roman History and Archaeology at the University of Glasgow. He has worked as a curator at the Hunterian Museum. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He has guided the excavation of the Bothwellhaugh Roman Fort and other Roman remains in Scotland. His notable books include: Scotland's Roman Remains.

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As an outpost of empire, Scotland played a significant, if unusual role in the Roman world. In this revised edition, Lawrence Keppie sets out various stages of Roman occupation in historical context and shows how literary and archaelogical evidence can be used to build up a picture of the Roman period. It incorporates a large amount of new material making it the best guide to Roman Scotland available.