(2012). Dress and cultural identity in the Roman Empire.
In: Harlow, Mary ed.
Dress and Identity.
University of Birmingham IAA Interdisciplinary Series: Studies in Archaeology, History, Literature and Art (2).
Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 59–68.
About the book:
This collection of papers on 'Dress and Identity' arose from a seminar series held by the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity, University of Birmingham in 2005. The present volume covers a wide chronological and geographical span: from archaic Greece to medieval Scotland by way of the Roman Empire and Anglo-Saxon England. The contributors come from a number of different academic disciplines: history, archaeology and classics.
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