Richard Hingley's pioneering work explores the fascinating relationship between classical Rome and ancient Britain. His thorough examination of late Victorian and Edwardian writings on Rome and the ancient Britons illuminates the historical context and development of Roman archaeology and simultaneously makes an exciting contribution to the current debates on English identity and imperialism. This landmark study will be essential reading for anyone interested in Roman archaeology, ancient history, colonial studies, and historiography.
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