Comparative Frontier Studies

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This paper presents a positive view of comparative frontier studies. It explores the environmental and geographical factors which govern military operations, by comparing Roman practice with later; better documented, methods of controlling territory. It concludes by examining campaigns conducted in Scotland at widely different periods.

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Southern P., (1993) “Comparative Frontier Studies”, Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal 0(1991), p.147-154. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/TRAC1991_147_154

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