“A thousand roads lead men forever to Rome”; Alain de Lille, 1175

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University of Portsmouth, Sat. 3rd Sept. to Sun. 4th Sept. 2016

Burn Hall Hotel, York, Sat. 12th Nov. to Sun. 13th Nov. 2016

The use of long-distance alignments in Roman planning

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Long distance alignments in southern Britain: strategic planning or boundaries?


 How was the course of a Roman road in Essex predicted by a land survey hypothesis?

SELECTION OF PRESENTATIONS DELIVERED AT THE IVAN D MARGARY MEMORIAL CONFERENCE

Held at the University of Portsmouth, Eldon Building, 3rd & 4th September 2016

Many of our speakers were presenting previously unpublished work, and therefore due to publishing commitments and copyright issues and we are unable to reproduce their papers here. We are extremely grateful to Rob Entwistle, David Millum, John Peterson, John, Poulter & Pete Wilson for allowing us to publish versions of their papers here. Most of the presentations are downloadable as Power Point presentations. If you do not have Microsoft Office or Power Point on your computer, you can download Microsoft Power Point Viewer here.

Download the PowerPoint presentation and open it. John has added notes below each slide which can be viewed by scrolling through the slides, don’t run the slide show. The notes pane can be adjusted by clicking and holding, then dragging the top edge of the pane.

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John Peterson:

John Poulter:

Rob Entwistle:

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Roman roads and settlement at Bridge & Culver Farms, near Lewes, East Sussex; or what did Ivan Margary do for me?


Some thoughts for the North…………

Pete Wilson:

David Millum:

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David has provided two other documents relating to the project

Bridge Farm 2011-15 Interim Report Culver's First seven Years