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Military bath-houses in Britain - a comment

Revell, Louise (2007) Military bath-houses in Britain - a comment Britannia, 38, pp. 230-237.

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Bath-houses are a frequent part of Roman military installations in Britain. This work explores differences in the social meaning of bathing between legionary fortresses and auxiliary forts. It demonstrates variations in the scale of and investment in these facilities between the two groups. It also argues for greater complexity in the legionary bath-houses, with duplication of facilities, and more activities being catered for. A comparison of the proportion of space allocated for bathing and non-bathing activities reveals that the two groups respond to different ideas of what a visit to the bath-house entailed

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Published date: 2007


Local EPrints ID: 46189
ISSN: 0068-113X
PURE UUID: c9aaffeb-d23d-4222-b2e8-919585604f13

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Date deposited: 30 May 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:08

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