A Study of Inscribed Material from Roman Britain - British Archaeological Reports (BAR) British 281 (Paperback)Marilynne E. Raybould (author)
Paperback Published: 07/06/1999
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Raybould aims to test the hypothesis that literacy was largely an accomplishment of an educated, literate, social elite in Roman Britain, by examining surviving inscriptions from the area of religion, working and domestic life, and funerary customs. Secondly, she investigates the nature (content and style) of this small sample of surviving written material for clues on who produced it. Includes catalogue.
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