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The date of Pevensey and the defence of an ‘Imperium Britanniarum

  • Michael Fulford (a1) and Ian Tyers (a2)
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New work at the late Roman fort at Pevensey has recovered oak foundation piles. The precision of a tree-ring date for them is occasion to look again at the pattern of coastal forts of which Pevensey is a part.

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