“Heavier Burdens for Willing Shoulders”? Writing Different Histories, Humanities and Social Practices for the Romano-British Countryside

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For the Britons, their fears allayed by the absence of the dreaded legate, began to canvass the woes of slavery, to compare their wrongs and sharpen their sting in the telling. ‘We gain nothing by submission except heavier burdens for willing shoulders.’ Tacitus Agricola XV.

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Chadwick, A., (2004) ““Heavier Burdens for Willing Shoulders”? Writing Different Histories, Humanities and Social Practices for the Romano-British Countryside”, Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal 2003, p.90-110. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/TRAC2003_90_110

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Adrian M. Chadwick (Department of Archaeology, School of Humanities and Science, University of Wales Newport)

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