The Roman Villa at Shakenoak Farm Oxfordshire Excavations 1960 1976

This volume is a republication of these original reports, and is presented as a memorial to Conant Brodribb and David Walker. With a preface by A. R. Hands.

The Roman Villa at Shakenoak Farm  Oxfordshire  Excavations 1960 1976

The excavation of the Roman villa at Shakenoak Farm, Oxfordshire, was carried out between 1960 and 1976 and the results were published in five volumes between 1968 and 1978. This volume is a republication of these original reports, and is presented as a memorial to Conant Brodribb and David Walker. With a preface by A. R. Hands.

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