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Open Access Journal: ARA: the bulletin of the Association for Roman Archaeology

ARA: the bulletin of the Association for Roman Archaeology
ISSN: 1363-7967
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The Association for Roman Archaeology uses its membership income to promote the following objectives:





  • To spread knowledge of Roman civilisation.

  • Research on Roman sites in the U.K.

  • Preserve our Roman antiquities.

  • Present Roman sites and collections.

  • Publish findings from all our active archaeological archives.

  • Our principal objective is to promote the advancement of the education of the public in the history and archaeology of the Roman period.

    The A.R.A. publish full colour annual Bulletins, and we upload copies here on the website for people to view.

    The A.R.A. Bulletins on the website are available in PDF format, please click on a link below.

    ARA Bulletin Disclaimer. All articles are under the copyright of the ARA unless specified otherwise and all rights are reserved. © Association for Roman Archaeology. All authors should be credited and acknowledged. All offers and information were accurate at the time of publication but will no longer be valid after that date

    A.R.A. Bulletin April 2009 Issue 19 Part 1    Part 2


    A.R.A. Bulletin December 2007 Issue 18 Part 1    Part 2    Part 3    Part 4


    A.R.A. Bulletin October 2006 Issue 17 Part 1    Part 2    Part 3
    Professor Peter Brown: Hon. D. Litt award: Martin Henig
    Professor Barry Cunliffe: Knight Bachelor award: Grahame Soffe
    A Millennium excavation at Carlisle: a Roman fort revealed: David Evans
    New discoveries and further work at Pillerton Priors Roman villa, Warwickshire: David J Sabin and Kerry T Donaldson
    The Kettlebaston cameo ring: Martin Henig and Judith Plouviez
    A Roman circus at Colchester: Bryn Walters
    Evidence for iconoclasm at Chester? Cheryl Clay
    Maiden Castle: the casual dead or battle victims? Christopher Sparey-Green
    Brading villa: a phoenix rises in the land of the Vectis: David Tomalin
    Alchester: Vespasian's base discovered? Eberhard Sauer
    Brian Hartley (1929-2005): obituary: Grahame Soffe
    New mosaic discoveries in the South-West: Anthony Beeson
    Constantine the Great at York: Grahame Soffe


    A.R.A. Bulletin March 2004 Issue 16
    The Venus of Dubris: an exceptional piece of sculpture from Roman Dover: Anthony Beeson
    Engraved gemstones in Roman Britain: Part 2, Cameos: Martin Henig
    The Roman villa at Bradford-on-Avon: investigations at St. Laurence School: Mark Corney
    New villa discoveries in South Gloucestershire: Bryn Walters



    A.R.A. Bulletin August 2003 Issue 15
    Engraved gemstones in Roman Britain; Part 1 Intaglios: Martin Henig
    The Keynsham Eagles: Martin Henig
    The Keynsham Eagles; Anthony Beeson Replies
    The rediscovery of the Roman Temple at Millington, East Yorkshire: Peter Halkon, Henry Chapman, Helen Fenwick, Jeremy Taylor and Helen Woodhouse
    A tale of Two Villas, Beddington and Barcombe: David Rudling
    Roman London's Water Supply: Ian Blair and Dan Swift
    The International Roman Archaeology Conference 2003: Grahame Soffe
    ARA award for Bradford-on-Avon Roman Villa: Grahame Soffe


    A.R.A. Bulletin March 2003 Issue 14 Part 1    Part 2
    Roman Villa and Mosaic at Pillerton Priors, Warwickshire: David Sabin
    A note on The Heirs of King Verica, Kent: Grahame Soffe
    Minster Roman Villa, Kent: David Perkins
    From Petra to Keynsham; a Romano-British sculpture: Anthony Beeson
    Antiquities and Roman Religion: the British Evidence (Part 2): Martin Henig
    Driving on the correct side of the road: Anthony Beeson
    ARA events in 2002
    Shadwell Baths Complex; late Roman London: Bryn Walters
    London's Archaeological Experiment: Jenny Hall
    Further thoughts on the Tockenham Roman Villa, Wiltshire: Bryn Walters
    A new inscription from Roman London: Grahame Soffe


    A.R.A. Bulletin August 2002 Issue 13
    Alchester and the earliest tree-ring dates from Roman Britain: Eberhard Sauer
    New Light on the Roman Villa at Thruxton: Grahame Soffe and Martin Henig
    The Unknown Deity on the Compton Dando Corner Stone: Anthony Beeson
    Antiquities and Roman Religion: the British Evidence (Part 1): Martin Henig
    Taking Action in Roman Yorkshire: Bryn Walters
    An experiment in the manufacture of Roman window glass: Mark Taylor and David Hill


    A.R.A. Bulletin March 2002 Issue 12 Part 1    Part 2
    Graham Webster, Archaeologist: Martin Henig and Grahame Soffe
    Graham Webster, in Appreciation: Tim Strickland
    Graham Webster, at Chester: Kenneth Barton
    Under Graham's Trowel at Barnsley Park: Lance Smith
    Graham Webster, and Cirencester: David Viner
    Graham Webster: Small finds and pottery: Maggi Darling
    Graham Webster: Hadrian's Wall and the Roman Army: Brian Dobson
    Graham Webster, a personal view: Beth Bishop
    ARA events in 2001
    Graham and the Exploration of Wroxeter: Roger White
    Lady Godiva and a Celtic Festival: Graham Webster


    A.R.A. Bulletin August 2001 Issue 11
    Graham Webster: obituary
    Roman Mosaics: an overview: Roger Ling
    The Corpus of Romano-British Mosaics: SR Cosh and DS Neal
    News: two new mosaic discoveries: Dorchester, Dorset; D Ashford and A. Beeson: Langstone, Wales; B. Walters and KJ Langford
    On Finding a Roman mosaic: Bryn walters
    Romano-British Mosaics and Romano-Celtic Religion: Martin Henig
    The animals on the Orpheus Mosaic from Withington, Gloucestershire: Patricia Witts
    Keynsham's Roman art treasures go on display: Anthony Beeson
    Book Reviews


    A.R.A. Bulletin February 2001 Issue 10
    Thomas Fredrick Colston Blagg (1942-2000): Grahame Soffe, Martin Henig and Anthony King
    Colchester: Roman Garden Pool Indentified: Philip Crummy
    The Chesterton Project: Bryn Walters
    The Newton-St-Loe Orpheus Mosaic takes shape: Anthony Beeson
    Excavations at Plantation Place, London: Trevor Brigham (MoLAS)
    New work and displays along the Hadrianic Frontier: Bryn Walters
    A Relief of Jupiter from Bath: a new interpretation: Anthony Beeson
    ARA events in 2000


    A.R.A. Bulletin Summer 2000 Issue 9
    The Roman Invasion of Britain in AD 43: Grahame Soffe
    Timothy Potter (1944-2000); A personal appreciation: Anthony King and Grahame Soffe
    Ground Penetrating Radar at Gosbecks Archaeological Park: Philip Crummy
    Verulamium: celebration and cause for concern: Martin Henig
    Julie Hursts' Stained Glass Panel
    Chedworth: Roman Villa or Scantuary? A reinterpretation of a well known site: Bryn Walters
    More mosaics temporarily uncovered at Chedworth: Anthony Beeson
    Excavation of the Courtyard Garden at Chedworth: Anthony Beeson
    Durnovaria, Dorchester: A lost opportunity?: Christopher Sparey-Green
    Book Reviews


    A.R.A. Bulletin Autumn 1999 Issue 8
    Obituary of Gerald Brodribb MA, PhD, FSA (1915-1999)
    Abbey Farm excavation: phase three: David Perkins
    Fourth century mosaic in danger at Bignor: Anthony Beeson
    Recent work on the Newton St Loe Orpheus mosaic: Anthony Beeson
    Segedunum Roman fort and museum: Tyne and Wear museums
    Roman marble and bronze sculpture in the kingdom of Togidubnus: Grahame Soffe and Martin Henig
    Roman Bath excursion: Bryn Walters
    Roman fort at Syndale, near Faversham, Kent: Paul Wilkinson
    Arbeia Roman fort and museum: Tyne and Wear museums
    ARA excursion events: Grahame Soffe


    A.R.A. Bulletin Spring/Summer 1999 Issue 7
    Book review
    Alchester, Oxfordshire 1998: new fieldwork: Eberhard Sauer
    The Roman sarcophagus from Spitalfields, London: Jenny Hall
    Hayling Island: a Gallo-Roman temple in Britain: Anthony King and Grahame Soffe
    A new hypocaust for the millenium: Dr. Peter J Reynolds
    A new interpretation of a relief sculpture from Birdoswald: Anthony Beeson
    Mosaic archive installed in London: Patricia Witts
    The third international Roman archaeology conference: Grahame Soffe


    A.R.A. Bulletin Autumn 1998 Issue 6
    Roman villas in the Algarve: Anthony Stansfield
    Virtual Mithraeum
    Turkdean Time Team Excavation: Costwold Archaeological Trust
    Huge Roman quarry found in north Wiltshire: Bryn Walters
    The coloniae of Britannia: Ross Mitchell
    The Stonesfield mosaic embroidery appeal: Carol Anderson
    Book reviews
    ARA excursion events: Grahame Soffe


    A.R.A. Bulletin Spring 1998 Issue 5
    Monumental foundation discovered in Bath
    Salinae: recent finds increase knowledge of salt production site: Jane Weir
    Tullie House Museum
    The Weir Gardens, Swainshill, Hereford: Graeme Walker
    A lost grand staircase at Fishbourne: Anthony Beeson Swindon site is not a villa: Bryn Walters
    The Roman army in Oxfordshire: Alchester parade ground: Eberhard Sauer and Simon Crutchley
    Spotlight on St Albans: David Thorold
    Abbey Farm Roman villa: David Perkins


    A.R.A. Bulletin Autumn 1997 Issue 4 Part 1    Part 2
    The second international Roman archaeology conference: Grahame Soffe
    Operation DART '97: Swindon's 'Time team' locate a roman temple?: Bryn Walters
    Black Carts: research and management on Hadrian's Wall: Tony Wilmott
    Roman news update
    Britannia: the maritime links, conference review: Bryn Walters
    Roman wall conserved at Caerwent: Karl James Langford
    Villa group discovered in Kent: Paul Wilkinson
    ARA excursion events: Grahame Soffe
    Swindon villa update


    A.R.A. Bulletin Spring 1997 Issue 3
    The Cramond Lioness: Fraser Hunter and Mark Collard
    The Newton St Loe Orpheus rises: Anthony Beeson
    The discovery of unidentified Roman circular buildings: Bob Chard
    Longinus restored, Colchester: Philip Crummy
    The Segedunum Project: Paul Bidwell
    Stanway, Colchester: an update: Philip Crummy
    Tideway Timebusters: Newhaven pupils on Hadrian's Wall: Jim Fanning
    Ribchester fort and museum: Ross and Rhoda Mitchell


    A.R.A. Bulletin Autumn 1996 Issue 2
    New Roman gallery opens at Devizes
    The most northery amphitheatre in the Roman empire located
    The temple tombs of Imbriogon: Anthony Beeson
    Whitley Grange villa: Dr. Roger White
    Enigma Delenda Est: Roman Ireland: Tom Condit
    A new campaign of excavations at Fishbourne: John Manley and David Rudkin
    Fire damage in Roman buildings: Michael J Astill
    New discoveries from the air over Norfolk
    The Dart Project 1996: Bryn Walters
    Roman gaming board, Stanway, Colchester: Philip Crummy
    The Antonine Wall and Roman Scotland study tour: Grahame Soffe


    A.R.A. Bulletin Spring 1996 Issue 1
    News from Bath
    Dorchester update
    Recent discoveries concerning the 1827 mosaic from Wroxeter
    The opening of Gosbecks Archaeological Park: Philip Crummy
    Gazetteer of ARA Partner Venues

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