Further Reading

Project Publications

Eckardt, H. (ed.) 2010. Roman diasporas: archaeological approaches to mobility and diversity in the Roman Empire. JRA Suppl. 78. Portsmouth, Rhode Island: JRA.

Leach, S., Eckardt, H. , C. Chenery, G. Müldner & M. Lewis 2010. A 'lady' of York: migration, ethnicity and identity in Roman York. Antiquity 84, 131-145.

Eckardt, H., Booth, P., C. Chenery, Müldner, G., J.A. Evans & A. Lamb 2009. Oxygen and strontium isotope evidence for mobility in Roman Winchester. Journal of Archaeological Science 36, 2816-2825.

Mueldner, G., Chenery C., Eckardt, H. 2011. 'The Headless Romans': Multi-isotope investigations of an unusual burial ground from Roman Britain. Journal of Archaeological Science 38, 280-290.

Leach, S., Lewis, M., Chenery, C., Eckardt, H. & G. Müldner 2009. Migration and diversity in Roman Britain: a multidisciplinary approach to immigrants in Roman York, England. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140: 546-561

Site reports

Booth, P., A. Simmonds, S. Clough, H. Cool and Poore, D. 2011. The late Roman cemetery at Lankhills, Winchester, excavations 2000-2005 (Oxford).

Clarke, G. 1979. Pre-Roman and Roman Winchester. Part 2: The Roman cemetery at Lankhills (Oxford).

Stuckert, C. M., forthcoming, 'Romano-British populations from Lankhills and other cemeteries in Winchester', in C. M. Stuckert (ed.), The People of Early Winchester, Winchester Studies 9.i, Oxford

For Younger Readers

Caroline Lawrence's Roman Mysteries series