Term of Award
Master of Arts in History (M.A.)
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Thesis (restricted to Georgia Southern)
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Department of History
Charles F. Briggs
Committee Member 1
Timothy M. Teeter
Committee Member 2
Thomas W. Africa
This thesis concerns the economic effects of the legions upon Roman Britain during the period of occupation lasting from AD 42 to AD 412. References to Roman Britain in ancient literary sources are supplemented with elements of the vast quantity of archeological data that has been acquired during the last half of the twentieth century. Additionally, epigraphic evidence found through the analysis of the writing tablets discovered at Vindolanda has been used to support the conclusion that the Roman legions provided the means for a level of organization and productive capacity in agriculture and industry that was previously unknown to the inhabitants of the island.
Dudley, James W., "The Military Economy of Roman Britain" (2004). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 916.
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