Monthly Archives: September 2011

Thoroton Society reviews Roman Nottinghamshire

Two new positive reviews of Roman Nottinghamshire have appeared. One of them, by Nottinghamshire’s historical and antiquarian society, the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, appeared in its autumn 2011 newsletter and is reproduced below. The shorter review below it appeared in … Continue reading

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New Roman village found in Trent Valley

A previously unknown Romano-British village has been found at Tarmac’s Langford Quarry, near Collingham. Measuring approximately 0.5km by 400m, including its field systems, the village has yielded artefacts from the Neolithic to the Anglo Saxon periods, with the Roman finds … Continue reading

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Roman further afield…

Roman Nottinghamshire author Mark Patterson is one of 17 writers who contribute to a new anthology titled Maps, published by Five Leaves Publications and currently available post free for £7.99 (see link below). The book is described as “a quirky … Continue reading

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Reviews: Local History Magazine, the Chad and the ‘Five Leaves Diary’

A review of Roman Nottinghamshire has appeared in the May/June 2011 edition of Local History Magazine: An article about the book also appeared in Nottinghamshire’s weekly Chad newspaper as part of Bill Purdue’s regular books column. The text is reproduced … Continue reading

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