Research Seminar London and South East October 2013

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On 30 October 2013 Cotswold Archaeology attended a research seminar at Society of Antiquaries of London, Burlington House, as part of a major three-year long project examining regional and chronological variation in Roman rural settlement through analysis of farm layouts, domestic architecture and agricultural practice.

The first seminar was held for the East of England in March 2013. This seminar, the third in our series, was for London and the South East. Presentations made by the project team are available to download:

Roman Rural Settlement Project: A brief summary to date (Mike Fulford) Preliminary Results from the South East: Settlement and Landuse (Dr Martyn Allen)
Romano-British rural burial practices in the South-East (Dr Alex Smith) Coins and ‘small finds’ from the south-east of England: preliminary results (Dr Tom Brindle)
What, how and why?: some implications of drowning in data for recording, analysis and reporting of rural excavations (Paul Booth)