November 11, 2020

1.6 Archaeology of the Roman West: Social Interpretations of Hadrian’s Wall

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Dr. Matthew Symonds, Current World Archaeology.

Symonds, M. 2020. 'Fords and the frontier: waging counter-mobility on
Hadrian’s Wall', Antiquity 94 (373): 92-109.

Symonds, M. 2021. Hadrian's Wall: creating division. Bloomsbury Academic.


Dr. Rob Collins, Newcastle University.

Collins, R. 2020. ‘The Phallus and the Frontier: The Form and Function of Phallic Imagery Along Hadrian’s Wall. In: Ivleva, T. & Collins, R. (eds.) Un-Roman Sex: Gender, Sexuality, and Lovemaking in the Roman Provinces and Frontiers. NY: Routledge.



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