The results of the project at Bagendon have now been published as an Archaeopress monograph which can be purchased here:

https://www.archaeopress.com/ArchaeopressShop/Public/displayProductDetail.asp?id=%7B1B0411B5-ED20-4DE8-B2BA-BAA770DE202F%7D

 


And it is also available open-access - for free! - via the link below:

https://www.archaeopress.com/ArchaeopressShop/Public/download.asp?id={80D38234-DD76-474D-B78C-0C1EE92B10D3}

Further information on the results of the project and related information can be found in the following publications:

 

 

Moore, T. (2014) Excavations at two Iron Age enclosures within the Bagendon 'oppidum', Gloucestershire (2012-14): Interim report. Glevensis 47.

 

Moore, T. (2014). The birth of a capital? Bagendon 'Oppidum' and the impact of Rome on the British countryside. In The Impact of Rome on the British Countryside: a conference organised by the RAI, Chester, 11-13 October 2013. Breeze, D. The Royal Archaeological Institute. 26-30.

 

Moore, T. (2012). Beyond the Oppida: Polyfocal Complexes and Late Iron Age Societies in Southern Britain. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 31(4): 391-417.

 

Moore, T. (2011). Detribalizing the later prehistoric past: concepts of tribes in Iron Age and Roman studies. Journal of Social Archaeology 11(3): 334-360.

 

Trow, S., James, S. & Moore, T. (2009). Becoming Roman, Being Gallic, Staying British. Research and excavations at Ditches 'hillfort' and villa 1984-2006. Oxford: Oxbow.

 

Moore, T. (2007). Life on the Edge? Exchange, community and identity in the later Iron Age of the Severn-Cotswolds. In The Later Iron Age in Britain and Beyond. Haselgrove, C. & Moore, T. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 41-61.

Moore, T. (2017). Alternatives to urbanism? Reconsidering oppida and the urban question in Late Iron Age Europe. Journal of World Prehistory 30(3): 281-300.

 

Moore, T. (2017). Beyond Iron Age ‘towns’ Examining oppida as examples of low-density urbanism. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 36(3): 287-305.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

© 2017 Tom Moore and Li Sou for The Bagendon Project.

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