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