Readership: Scholars and students of archaeology, classics, the history of Roman and pre-Roman Britain, concepts of nationality.
Richard Hingley, Reader in Archaeology, Durham University
"fascinating text..." - British Archaeology
"Richard Hingley has made a thorough survey of the literature with the intention of moving beyond the tendency of archaeology to rate all studies of ancient past according to how successfully they anticipate modern archaeological opinion. In this he succeeds." - Rosemary Hill, Times Literary Supplement
1: `Made and not born civill'
2: A wall to separate the barbarians from the Romans
3: `A colony so fertile'
4: `The Roman occupation of Britain and our own occupation of India'