“Strange Symbols of Some Kind”: The Problems Surrounding Stamped Roman Clay Walls

This source preferred by Miles Russell

Authors: Russell, M.

Journal: University College London Institute of Archaeology Bulletin

Volume: 27

Pages: 87-117

It is suggested that roller-stamped walls were common in Roman Britain because of the need to Romanise large-scale building projects and that later tile stamping may have developed from this

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