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Abdy, R 2002 ‘A survey of coin finds from the Antonine Wall’ Britannia XXXIII, 189-217.

Alcock, L 1963 Dinas Powys: An Iron Age, Dark Age and Early Medieval Settlement in Glamorgan. University of Wales Press

Alcock, L and Alcock, E A 1990 ‘Excavations at Alt Clut, Clyde Rock, Strathclyde, 1974–75’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 120, 95-150.

Alexander, D 2000 ‘Excavation of Neolithic pits, later prehistoric structures and a Roman temporary camp along the line of the A96 Kintore and Blackburn Bypass, Aberdeenshire’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 130, 11-75.

Allason-Jones, L 1989 Women in Roman Britain, British Museum Publications: London.

Allason-Jones, L 1995 ‘’Sexing’ small finds’, in Rush, P (ed) Theoretical Roman archaeology. Second conference proceedings, Avebury (Worldwide Archaeology Series no. 14), 22–32.

Allason-Jones, L 1999 ‘Woman and the Roman army in Britain’, in Goldsworthy, A and Haynes, I (eds)  The Roman army as a community, (Journal of Roman archaeology supplementary series no. 34): Portsmouth, 41–51.

Allison, P 2006a 'Engendering Roman spaces', in Robertson, E C., Seibert, J D., Fernandez, D C and Zender, M U (eds) Space and spatial analysis in archaeology. University of Calgary Press: Calgary, 343-54.

Allison, P 2006b 'Mapping for gender: interpreting artefact distribution in Roman military forts in Germany', Archaeological Dialogues 13 (1), 1-48.

Allison, P., Fairbairn, A S., Ellis, S J R and Blackall, C W 2005 'Extracting the social relevance of artefact distribution in Roman military forts', Internet Archaeology [online] 17. Available at < http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue17/allison_index.html>. Accessed 12 December 2011.

Andrén, A 2005 ‘Behind Heathendom: archaeological studies of old Norse religion’. Scottish Archaeol J 27.2, 105-138

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Bailey, G B 1994 ‘The provision of fort-annexes on the Antonine Wall’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 124, 299-314.

Bailey, G B 1995 ‘The Antonine frontier in Callendar Park, Falkirk: its form and structural sequence’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 125, 577-600.

Bailey, G B 1996 ‘Stream crossings on the Antonine Wall’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 126, 347-69.

Bailey, G B 2004 ‘Box-flues and hypocaust pilae’, in Keppie, L 2004 ‘A Roman bath-house at Duntocher on the Antonine Wall’, Britannia 35, 215-9.

Bailey, G 2010 'An early Antonine fort at Mumrills' Proc Soc Antiq Scot 140, 93-103

Barbour, J 1899 ‘Account of the excavation of the camps and earthworks at Birrenswark Hill, in Annandale, undertaken by the society in 1898, (II) Account of the Excavations and Description of the Plans and Sections’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 33, 219-243.

Barclay, G J (ed) 1997 State-funded ‘rescue’ archaeology in Scotland: past, present and future. Historic Scotland: Edinburgh.

Barrett, J C 1997a 'Romanization: a critical comment', in Mattingly, D (ed) ‘Dialogues in Roman Imperialism’, Journal of Roman Archaeology (Supplementary Series 23): Portsmouth, 51-64.

Barrett, J C 1997b ‘Theorising Roman Archaeology’ in Meadows, K., Lemke, C and Heron, J (eds) TRAC96: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Sheffield 1996, Oxbow Books: Oxford, 1-7

Bateson, J D 1973 ‘Roman material from Ireland: a reconsideration’, Proc Roy Irish Acad 73C, 21-97.

Bateson, J D 1976 ‘Further finds of Roman material from Ireland’, Proc Roy Irish Acad 76C, 171-80.

Bateson, J D 2007 ‘The coins’ in Hanson, W S ‘Elginhaugh: a Flavian fort and its annexe’, Britannia Monograph 23: London, 253-70

Bateson, J D and Hanson, W S 1990 ‘A Flavian hoard from Scotland: a foundation deposit’, Numismatic Chronicle 150, 233-36.

Bateson, J D and Holmes, N M McQ 2003 ‘Roman and medieval coins found in Scotland, 1996-2000’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 133, 245-276

Bateson, J D and Holmes, N M McQ 2006 ‘Roman and medieval coins found in Scotland, 2001-2005’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 136, 161-198

Becker, T 2006 ‘Women in Roman forts – lack of knowledge or a social claim?’, Archaeological Dialogues 13,36-38

Bidwell, P (ed) 1999 Hadrian’s Wall 1989-1999. Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Bidwell, P 2009 ‘The earliest occurrences of baths at auxiliary forts’, in Hanson, W S(ed) The army and  frontiers of the Rome.  Papers offered to David Breeze on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday and his retirement from Historic Scotland (JRA Supplementary Series 74) Rhode Island: Portsmouth, 55-62.

Bidwell, P T and  Croom, A T 2002 ‘The Roman pottery’, in Snape, M and Bidwell, P ‘Excavations at Castle Garth, Newacstle upon Tyne, 1976-92 and 1995-6: the excavation of the Roman fort’, Archaeologia Aeliana(fifth series) 31 (extra volume), 139-172

Bidwell, P and Hodgson, N 2009 The Roman army in Northern England, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Birley, A 1980 The People of Roman Britain. Batsford.

Birley, A R 1999a Tacitus. Agricola and Germany.  Oxford World’s Classics, Oxford University Press: Oxford

Birley, A R 1999b Septimius Severus: the African emperor (revised edition). London

Birley, A 2001 'The Anavionenses', in Higham, N (ed) Archaeology of the Roman Empire: a tribute to the life and works of Professor Barri Jones. Archaeopress: Oxford, 15-24.

Birley, R 2009 Vindolanda. A Roman Frontier fort on Hadrian’s Wall. Amberley: Stroud.

Birley, E 1953 ‘Roman Law and Roman Britain’, in Birley, E Roman Britain and the Roman Army: Collected Papers, Titus Wilson: Kendal, 48-57.

Bishop, M C 2002a 'Inveresk Gate', in Bishop, M C (ed) Roman Inveresk: Past, Present and Future. Armatura Press: Duns, 29-35.

Bishop, M C (ed) 2002b Roman Inveresk: past, present and future, Armatura Press: Duns.

Bishop, M C 2004 Inveresk Gate: Excavations in the Roman Civil Settlement at Inveresk, East Lothian, 1996-2000. (STAR Monograph 7): Edinburgh.

Black, E W 1991: ‘Newstead: the buildings in the western annexe’, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 121, 215-22

Bloemers, J H F 1989 'Acculturation in the Rhine/Meuse basin in the Roman period: some demographic considerations', in Barrett, J., Fitzpatrick, A P  and Macinnes, L (eds) Barbarians and Romans in North-West Europe from the later Republic to late Antiquity. British Archaeological Reports: Oxford, 175-97.

Bloemers, J H F 1991a 'Introduction to the section on "Roman and Natives"', in Maxfield, V A and Dobson, B (eds) Roman Frontier Studies 1989. University of Exeter Press: Exeter, 411-2.

Bloemers, J H F 1991b 'Relations between Romans and natives: concepts of comparative studies' in Maxfield, V A and Dobson, B (eds) Roman Frontier Studies 1989. University of Exeter Press: Exeter, 451-4.

Boece, H 1527 Scotorum historiae a prima gentis origine. Paris.

Breeze, D J 1974 ‘The Roman fortlet at Barburgh Mill’, Britannia 5, 130-62.

Breeze, D J 1977 ‘The fort at Bearsden and the supply of pottery to the Roman Army’, in Dore, J and Greene, K (eds) Roman Pottery Studies in Britain and Beyond, Papers presented to John GillamJuly 1977, Oxford, 133-45.

Breeze, D J 1982 The Northern Frontiers of Roman Britain, Batsford: London.

Breeze, D J 1984  Demand and supply on the northern frontier, in Miket, R and Burgess, C (eds) Between and beyond the Walls: essays on the prehistory and history of north Britain in honour of George Jobey, Edinburgh, 264-86.

Breeze, D J 1985 'Roman forces and native populations', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 115, 223-8.

Breeze, D J 1986  The manufacture of pottery in Roman Scotland, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 116, 185-89

Breeze, D J 1989  'The impact of the Roman army in North Britain', in  Barrett, J., Fitzpatrick, A P and Macinnes, L (eds) Barbarians and Romans in North-West Europe. British Archaeological Reports: Oxford, 227-34.

Breeze, D J 1990 'The impact of the Roman army on the native peoples of north Britain', in Vetters, H and Kandler, M (eds) Internationalen Limeskongresses 1986 in Carnuntum. Der römische Limes in Österreich, Heft 36. Wein, 85-97.

Breeze, D J 1992 ‘The Great Myth of Caledon’, Scottish Forestry 46(4), 331-5. 

Breeze, D J 2002a ‘The Ancient Geography of Britain’, in Ballin Smith, B and Banks, I (eds) In the Shadow of the Brochs, Tempus: London, 11-14.

Breeze, D J 2002b ‘Ditches for defence: towards a study of multiple ditch systems’, in Freeman, P., Bennett, J., Fiema, Z and Hoffmann, B (eds), Limes XVIII. Proceedings of the XVIIIth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies held in Amman, Jordan (September 2000) British Archaeological Reports International Series 1084: Oxford, 883-6.

Breeze, D J 2002c ‘The edge of the world: the imperial frontier and beyond’, in Salway, P (ed) The Roman Era, The British Isles: 55 BC - AD 410 (The Short Oxford History of the British Isles Oxford: 172-200.

Breeze, D J 2006a The Antonine Wall, Edinburgh.

Breeze, D J 2006b Roman Scotland: Frontier Country (second edition). London

Breeze, D J 2007 The Antonine Wall. Management Plan for the Antonine Wall proposed World Heritage Site.  Historic Scotland: Edinburgh.

Breeze, D J 2009 ‘Introduction’ in Breeze, D J., Thoms, L M and Hall, D W (eds) ‘2009 First Contact: Rome and northern Britain’, Tayside Fife Arch. Comm (Monograph Series No 7):  Perth, 1-7.

Breeze, D J in press ‘The end of Roman Newstead’, in Hunter, F and Keppie, L (eds) Newstead: a Roman frontier post after a century of study. National Museum of Scotland: Edinburgh

Breeze, D J., Close-Brooks, J and Ritchie, J N G 1976 ‘Soldiers' Burials at Camelon, Stirlingshire, 1922 and 1975’, Britannia 7, 73-95.

Breeze, D J and Rich-Gray, D 1980 ‘"Fire Pits" at Camelon, Stirlingshire’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 110, 513-7.

Breeze, D J and Ritchie, J N G 1980 ‘A Roman Burial at High Torrs, Luce Sands, Wigtownshire’,Trans Dumfriesshire Galloway Natur Hist Antiq Soc3(55), 77-85.

Breeze, D J and Mann, J C 1987 'Ptolemy, Tacitus and the tribes of northern Britain', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 111, 85-91.

Breeze, D.J., Hanson, W S., Keppie, L J F and Maxwell, G S 1997  ‘Roman Scotland’, in McNeill, P G B and MacQueen, H L (eds) An atlas of Scottish History to 1707, Scottish Cultural Press: Edinburgh, 34-47.

Breeze, D J and Dobson, B 2000 Hadrian’s Wall. (4th edition) London.

Breeze, D J., Thoms, L M and Hall D W (eds) 2009 First Contact: Rome and Northern Britain, Tayside Fife Arch. Comm (Monograph Series No 7): Perth.

Brown, I G and Vasey, P G 1990 'Arthur's O'on again: Newly-discovered Drawings by John Adair, and their Context', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 119, 353-60.

Bruhn, J 2008 Pluralistic Landscapes of Northern Roman Britain: A GIS multiscalar approach to archaeology Unpublished PhD. University of Durham.

Buchanan, G. 1582 Rerum Scoticarum Historia

Buckland, P C, Hartley, K F and Rigby, V 2001 ‘The Roman Pottery Kilns at Rossington Bridge 1956 –1961: A report on excavations carried out by J.R.Lidster on behalf of Doncaster Museum’, Journal of Pottery Studies 9.

Burnham, B et al.  2007 ‘Roman Britain in 2006’, Britannia 38, 241-365.

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Campbell, D B 2003 ‘The Roman Siege of Burnswark’, Britannia 34, 19-33.

Campbell, D B 2010 Mons Graupius AD 83. Oxford: Osprey

Campbell, E 2007 Continental and Mediterranean Imports to Atlantic Britain and Ireland, AD400-800, Council for British Archaeology Research Report 157: York.

Campbell, L 2011 A study in culture contact: the distribution, function and social meanings of Roman pottery from non-Roman contexts in southern Scotland.Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Caruana, I D 1992 ‘Carlisle: Excavation of a Section of the Annexe Ditch of the First Flavian Fort, 1990,’ Britannia XXIII, 45-109.

Caruana, I D 1997 ‘Maryport and the Flavian conquest of North Britain,’ in Wilson, R J A (ed) Roman Maryport and its setting. Essays in memory of Michael G. Jarrett. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (Extra Series 28): Maryport, 40-52.

Casey, P J 1984 ‘Roman coinage of the fourth century in Scotland’ in Miket, R and Burgess, C (eds) Between and Beyond the Walls, John Donald: Edinburgh, 295-304.

Charles-Edwards, T 2003 ‘Introduction’, in Charles-Edwards, T (ed) After Rome, Oxford university Press: Oxford, 1-20.

Christison, D., Barbour, J and Macdonald, J 1896 ‘Account of the Excavation of Birrens, a Roman Station in Annandale, undertaken by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland in 1895,’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 30, 81-199.

Clapham, A J 2007 ‘Plant remains’, in Hanson, W S  2007 Elginhaugh: a Flavian fort and its annexe, Britannia Monograph 23: London, 571-613.

Clarke, J 1958 ‘Roman and Native AD80-122’ in Richmond, I A (ed) Roman and Native in North Britain Nelson and Sons: Edinburgh

Clarke, S and Jones, R F J 1996 'The Newstead Pits', Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 5, 109 -124.

Clarke, S 1997 ‘Abandonment, rubbish disposal and ‘special’ deposits.’ In Meadows, K., Lemke, C and Heron, J (eds) TRAC 96: Proceedings of the Sixth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference Oxbow: Oxford, 73–81.

Clarke, S 1999a ‘In search of a different Roman period: the finds assemblage at the Newstead military complex’, in Fincham, G., Harrison, G., Rodgers Holland, R and Revell, L (eds) TRAC 99: Proceedings of Ninth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Durham Oxbow: Oxford, 22–9.

Clarke, S 1999b 'Contact, architectural symbolism and the negotiation of cultural identity in the military zone', in Baker, P., Forcey, C., Jundi, S and Witcher, R (eds) TRAC 98: Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, University of Leicester, April 1998. Oxbow: Oxford, 36-45.

Clarke, S (in press) ‘Roman Dere Street and the road network around Newstead fort’,  in Hunter, F and Keppie, L (eds) Newstead: a Roman frontier post after a century of study. National Museum of Scotland: Edinburgh

Clarke, S and Wise, A 1999 'Evidence for extramural settlement north of the Roman fort at Newstead (Trimontium), Roxburghshire', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 129, 373-91.

Clarke, S and Wise, A  1999 'Evidence for extramural settlement north of the Roman fort at Newstead (Trimontium), Roxburghshire', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 129, 373-91.

Coates, R and Breeze, A 2000 Celtic Voices, English Places, Paul Watkins: Stamford.

Collard, M., Hunter, F., Henderson, D., Wallace, C 2000 ‘A Roman burial from Cramond (Edinburgh) rediscovered’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 130,525-535.

Collins, R 2006 'Late Roman frontier communities in northern Britain : a theoretical context for the end of Hadrian's Wall', in  Croxford, B., Goodchild, H., Lucas, J and Ray, N (eds) TRAC 2005 : Proceedings of the fifteenth annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Birmingham 2005. Oxbow: Oxford, 1-11.

Cook, M 2004 ‘Howe Mire: excavations across the cropmark complex at Inveresk, Musselburgh’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 134, 131-160.

Cook, M and Dunbar, L 2008 Rituals, Roundhouses and Romans. Excavations at Kintore, Aberdeenshire 2000-2006. Volume 1: Forest Road. Scottish Trust for Archaeological Research (Monograph 8): Edinburgh.

Cook, M., Dunbar, L and Heawood, R (forthcoming) Rituals, Roundhouses and Romans: Excavations at Kintore, Aberdeenshire 2000-2006. Volume 2, Other Sites. Scott Trust for Archaeological Research Monograph: Edinburgh.

Cool, H E M 2006 Eating and drinking in Roman Britain. Cambridge: CUP

Cool, H E M and Baxter, M J 1999 ‘Peeling the onion: an approach to comparing vessel glass assemblages’, Journal of Roman Archaeology 12, 72-100.

Cool, H E M and Baxter, M J 2002 ‘Exploring Romano-British finds assemblages’, Oxford J Archaeology 21(4), 365-80.

Cowie, T and McKeague, P 2010 ‘Mapping material culture: exploring the interface between museum artefacts and their geographical context’ Scottish Archaeological Journal 32, 73-93.

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Cramp, L J E., Evershed, R P & Eckardt, H 2011 ‘What was a mortarium used for? Organic residues and cultural change in Iron Age and Roman Britain’, Antiquity 85, 1339-1352

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Curle, J 1911 A Roman frontier post and its people: the fort of Newstead in the parish of Melrose.  Maclehose: Glasgow.

Curle, J 1913 'Roman and Native Remains in Caledonia', Journal of Roman Studies 3, 98-115.

Curle, J 1932a ‘An inventory of objects of Roman and provincial Roman origin found on sites in Scotland not definitely associated with Roman constructions’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 66, 277-397.

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Davies, G 2006 Roman Siege Works. Tempus: Stroud.

Davies, R 1971 The Roman military diet, Britannia 2, 122-42.

Davies, R W 1972 ‘The Romans at Burnswark’, Historia 21, 99-113.

Davies, R W 1976 'A lost inscription from Auchendavy', Glasgow Archaeol J, 4, 103-7.

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Derks, T 1998 Gods, Temples and Ritual Practices: The Transformation of Religious Ideas and Values in Roman Gaul. Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam.

Dickson, C 1989 ‘The Roman army diet in Britain and Germany’, in Körber-Grohne, U and Küster, H (eds) Archäobotanik Dissertationes Botanicae 133, 135-154.

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Dickson, J H., Dickson, C A and Breeze, D J 1979‘Flour or bread in a Roman military ditch at Bearsden’, Antiquity 53 (207), 47-51.

Dobat 2009 ‘The Gask ‘system’ in Perthshire: the first artificial frontier in line in the Roman Empire?’, in Breeze, D J., Thoms, L M and Hall D W (eds) 2009 First Contact: Rome and Northern Britain, Tayside Fife Arch. Comm (Monograph Series No 7): Perth, 39-48.

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Ferris, I M 2000 Enemies of Rome: barbarians through Roman eyes. Sutton: Stroud.

Fincham, G 2002 Landscapes of imperialism: Roman and native interaction in the East Anglian Fenland. British Archaeological Reports British series 338: Oxford.

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Gardner, A 2001 'Identities in the late Roman army: material and textual perspectives', in Davies, G Gardner, A and Lockyear, K (eds) TRAC 2000: Proceedings of the 10 th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference. Oxbow Books: Oxford, 35-47.

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Hanson, W S 1996 Forest clearance and the Roman army, Britannia 27, 354-58.

Hanson, W S 1997  ‘The Roman presence: brief interludes’, in Edwards, K J and Ralston, I B M (eds) Scotland: environment and archaeology, 8000 BC - 1000 AD, Wiley: London, 195-216.

Hanson, W S 2002a ‘Amongst the field systems I: Monktonhall’, in Bishop, M C (ed) Roman Inveresk. Past, Present and Future, Armatura Press: Braemar, 52-61.

Hanson, W S 2002b 'Zones of interaction: Roman and native in Scotland', Antiquity 76 (293), 834-40.

Hanson, W S 2004  ‘Scotland and the northern frontier:  second-fourth centuries AD’, in Todd, M (ed)  A Companion to Roman Britain, Blackwells: Oxford, 136-61.

Hanson, W S  2007 Elginhaugh: a Flavian fort and its annexe, Britannia Monograph 23: London.

Hanson, W S 2009a  ‘The fort at Elginhaugh and its implications for Agricola's role in the conquest of Scotland’, in Breeze, D J., Thoms, L M and Hall, D W (eds) ‘First Contact: Rome and northern Britain’, Tayside Fife Arch. Comm (Monograph Series No 7):  Perth, 49-58

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