Research Seminar University of Leicester June 2013

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On 19 June 2013 Cotswold Archaeology attended a research seminar at University of Leicester 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 second in our series, was for the East Midlands (comprising the historic counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire). Presentations made by the project team are available to download:

Preliminary Results from the East Midlands
(Dr Tom Brindle)
Agriculture and animal husbandry: initial results from the East Midlands (Dr Martyn Allen)
Romano-British ritual practices in the East Midlands (Dr Alex T Smith)