Month: March 2012

The Roman Remains of France by James Bromwich, a Review

The Roman archaeology of France is quite spectacular; some of the monuments here are amongst the best preserved examples of their kind anywhere in the Roman Empire. James Bromwich has written two guidebooks that are organised geographically. The first covers the Roman remains of southern France, while the second the remains in northern and eastern France. These are both substantial and comprehensive guides to the Roman archaeology of these areas, and are indispensable for those who have a interest for this period of France’s past.

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