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In its heyday Verulamium was the third largest city in Roman Britain, was no less than seven temples within the city walls.
Rosalind Niblett's wide-ranging study describes the development of St Albans from its origin in the first century BC to the rise of the Saxon town in the early eighth century AD.
Individual chapters look at developing ideas about the Roman City from the Middle Ages onwards; the development of the tribal centre of the Catuvellauni; the first hundred years of the Roman City; the life of the people in the second and third centuries; and the story of the final centuries before the rise of the Saxon town.
Complete with 100 illustrations (many in full colour) this authoritative yet readable account of Roman St Albans will not only enthral local inhabitants but will be indispensable for all those interested in Roman Britain.
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