These are the sources and citations used to research death and burial. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Doughty, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Doughty, S., 2021. The Roman Invasions of Britain. [online] Warwick.ac.uk. Available at: <https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/warwickclassicsnetwork/romancoventry/resources/interactions/invasion/> [Accessed 11 July 2022].
In-text: (Godsey and Castleberry, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Godsey, R. and Castleberry, S., 2021. What Was Daily Life Like For The Catuvellauni Celtic Tribe During The British Iron Age Period?. [ebook] Available at: <https://uploads.provost.vcu.edu/mellon/godseyessay.pdf> [Accessed 10 July 2022].
In-text: (Irving, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Irving, L., n.d. Thumbs Up for Female Gladiators. [online] MQ Ancient History: City of Rome Blog. Available at: <https://ancient-history-blog.mq.edu.au/cityOfRome/Thumbs-Up-Female-Gladiators> [Accessed 8 July 2022].
In-text: (Klimczak, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Klimczak, N., 2016. The So-Called Druid of Colchester: Physician, Mystical Man, or Both?. [online] Ancient-origins.net. Available at: <https://www.ancient-origins.net/unexplained-phenomena/so-called-druid-colchester-physician-mystical-man-or-both-007190> [Accessed 23 May 2022].
In-text: (McKenzie, Thomas, Powers and Wardle, 2020)
Your Bibliography: McKenzie, M., Thomas, C., Powers, N. and Wardle, A., 2020. In the northern cemetery of Roman London. London: Museum of London Archaeology.
In-text: (Murray, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Murray, S., 2003. Female gladiators of the ancient Roman world. Journal of Combative Sport, pp.1-16.
In-text: (Pringle and Broad, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Pringle, H. and Broad, J., 2001. Gladiatrix. [online] Discover Magazine. Available at: <https://www.discovermagazine.com/the-sciences/gladiatrix> [Accessed 20 July 2022].
In-text: (Snoeck et al., 2022)
Your Bibliography: Snoeck, C., Cheung, C., Griffith, J., James, H. and Salesse, K., 2022. Strontium isotope analyses of archaeological cremated remains – new data and perspectives. Data in Brief, [online] 42. Available at: <https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352340922003250> [Accessed 15 July 2022].
In-text: (Swift and MacKinder, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Swift, E. and MacKinder, A., 2002. A Romano-British Cemetery on Watling Street: Excavations at 165 Great Dover Street, Southwark, London. Britannia, 33, p.394.
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