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  • Roman Britain’s sites, monuments and related museums overprinted on a large, double-sided present day map of the country at 1:625,000 from the Ordnance Survey, plus numerous panels, maps and photos providing extensive additional information. 

The base map has altitude colouring to indicate the topography and shows the present day road network. Roman towns are marked, plus smaller settlements, villas and other substantial buildings, shrines, barrows or mausoleums, etc. Also indicated are various types of military installations, roads, aqueducts, mines, etc. Where appropriate, places are annotated with their Roman names. The map is overprinted with British National Grid. 

Surrounding the map are numerous panels, maps and photos providing further information on archaeology, Roman military organization, urban settlements, industrial sites, religion including Christianity in Roman Britain, etc, plus recommendations of sites and museums to visit, a chronological table placing British events in a wider historical context, etc. 

The map has been compiled by the national heritage bodies maintained by Historic England, Historic Environment Scotland and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. Publications date of this edition: February 2016.
  • Roman Britain’s sites, monuments and related museums overprinted on a large, double-sided present day map of the country at 1:625,000 from the Ordnance Survey, plus numerous panels, maps and photos providing extensive additional information. 

The base map has altitude colouring to indicate the topography and shows the present day road network. Roman towns are marked, plus smaller settlements, villas and other substantial buildings, shrines, barrows or mausoleums, etc. Also indicated are various types of military installations, roads, aqueducts, mines, etc. Where appropriate, places are annotated with their Roman names. The map is overprinted with British National Grid. 

Surrounding the map are numerous panels, maps and photos providing further information on archaeology, Roman military organization, urban settlements, industrial sites, religion including Christianity in Roman Britain, etc, plus recommendations of sites and museums to visit, a chronological table placing British events in a wider historical context, etc. 

The map has been compiled by the national heritage bodies maintained by Historic England, Historic Environment Scotland and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. Publications date of this edition: February 2016.
Ordnance Survey UK
$16.95
SKU:
IT263259
Weight:
0.20 KGS

 Product Description

An informative map showing the location of the most important features, cities, road and ancient monuments of Roman Britain. The map has been produced by Ordnance Survey in collaboration with the Ancient Monument Trusts of England, Scotland and Wales, so as to provide an authoritative map of the historical sights of Roman era Great Britain.

 

It also contains valuable background details on life in Britain during this formative period. This Ordnance Survey Historical map and guide is a fascinating possession for the interested and enthusiastic historians of today, and a great reference guide for finding important features.

 

It has a faint modern road map overlay, which helps place features in a modern context.

Roman Britain’s sites, monuments and related museums overprinted on a large, double-sided present day map of the country at 1:625,000 from the Ordnance Survey, plus numerous panels, maps and photos providing extensive additional information. 

The base map has altitude colouring to indicate the topography and shows the present day road network. Roman towns are marked, plus smaller settlements, villas and other substantial buildings, shrines, barrows or mausoleums, etc. Also indicated are various types of military installations, roads, aqueducts, mines, etc. Where appropriate, places are annotated with their Roman names. The map is overprinted with British National Grid. 

Surrounding the map are numerous panels, maps and photos providing further information on archaeology, Roman military organization, urban settlements, industrial sites, religion including Christianity in Roman Britain, etc, plus recommendations of sites and museums to visit, a chronological table placing British events in a wider historical context, etc. 

The map has been compiled by the national heritage bodies maintained by Historic England, Historic Environment Scotland and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. Publications date of this edition: February 2016.

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