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  • Tees Archaeology: Anglo-Saxon Teeside.*
  • Teitler, H.C. (1992): Un-Roman activities in late antique Gaul: the cases of Arvandus and Seronatus, in: Drinkwater, J.F. and Hugh Elton eds.: Fifth-century Gaul: a Crisis of Identity?, (Cambridge), pp. 309-17.*
  • Tent, W.J. van (1988): Archeologische kroniek van de provincie Utrecht over de jaren 1980-1984 (Utrecht).* books in Dutch
  • Ternes, C. (1975): Die Römer an Rhein und Mosel, (Ditzingen).* books in German
  • Theuws, F. and Hiddink, H.A. (1996): Der Kontakt zu Rom, in: Die Franken, Wegbereiter Europas, pp. 66-80.* books in German
  • Thomas, Charles (1981): Christianity in Roman Britain to AD 500, (London repr. 1993).*
  • Todd, Malcolm (1983): The Aurelianic wall of Rome and its analogues, in: CBA Research report 51, pp. 58-67, at: http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/library/cba/rr51.cfm
  • Todd, Malcolm (1993): The cities of Roman Britain: after Wheeler, in: CBA Research report 93, pp. 5-10, at http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/library/cba/rr93.cfm
  • Tomlin, R.S.O. (1993): Roman towns and Roman Inscriptions of Britain, 1939-89, in: CBA Research report 93, pp. 134-146, at http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/library/cba/rr93.cfm
  • Tomlin, R.S.O. (1979): Meanwhile in North Italy and Cyrenaica..., in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 253-270.*
  • Toorians, Lauran (2007): Van Seneucaega tot Zennewijnen: de talen van de Bataven, in: Een Bataafse gemeenschap in de wereld van het Romeinse rijk, Opgravingen te Tiel-Passewaaij, (Matrijs), pp. 137-144.* books in Dutch
  • Treadgold, Warren (1995): Byzantium and Its Army, 284-1081 (Stanford). *
  • Treviño, Rafael and Angus Mc Bride (ill.) (1986): Romes Enemies (4): Spanish Armies 218 BC - 19 BC, Osprey Men-at-Arms 180, (Osprey, London).*
  • Trout, Dennis (1996): Town, Countryside, and Christianization at Paulinus' Nola, in: Sivan and Mathisen, Shifting Frontiers, pp. 175-186.*
  • Turner, Sam (2004): Coast and Countryside in 'Late Antique'southwest England, ca. AD 400-600, in: BAR British Series, vol. 365, (Archaeopress), pp. 25-32.*
  • Ueda-Sarson, Luke (2002): Late Roman Shield Patterns taken from the Notitia Dignitatum, at: http://www.ne.jp/asahi/luke/ueda-sarson/NotitiaPatterns.html
  • Vallet, F. et Kazanski, M. eds. (1993): L'Armée Romaine et les Barbares du IIIe au VIIe Siècle, Tome 5 des memoires publiées par Association Franç aise d'Archéoloie Mérovingienne (AFAM). books in french
  • Vegetius: Epitome of Military Science, trans. N.P. Milner, translated texts for historians vol. 16. (Liverpool 2001).*
  • Veh, Otto, ed. and trans. (1970): Prokop (Procopius): Perserkriege, (Ernst Heinemann, München). books in German
  • Vermaat, Robert M. (2003) : Who wants to be.. a Late Roman, in: Echoes from the Past 8, pp. 10-15.* (Now on this site)
  • Vermaat, Robert M. (2005) : La Plumbata: nouvelle arme de l'Antiquité tardive, in: L'Archéologue 80, pp. 42-4.* books in french
  • Vermaat, Robert M. (2008) : Plumbata. De dartpijl van het Late Romeinse Rijk, in: Momentum 2.2 (mei 2008), pp. 31-4.* books in Dutch
  • Vermaat, Robert M. (2011) : Maurice's Fulcum, the late Roman shield-wall, in: Ancient Warfare V-3, pp. 38-9.*
  • Vickers, Michael (1974): The Late Roman walls of Thessalonica, in: E. Birley, B. Dobson and M. Jarrett (eds.), Roman Frontier Studies 1969, Eighth International Congress of Limesforschung (Cardiff), pp. 249-255.
  • Vin, Jos van der (1997): De Euro van de Oudheid - Nieuw geld onder keizer Augustus, (Leiden).* books in Dutch
  • Visy, Zsolt (ed.) (2000): Von Augustus bis Attila, leben am Ungarnischen Donaulimes, (Limesmuseum Aalen).* books in German
  • Völling, Thomas (1991): 'Plumbata - Mattiobarbulus - Martzobarboulon? Bemerkungen zu einem Waffenfund aus Olympia', in: Archäologischer Anzeiger, pp.: 287-98.
  • Wacher, John S. (1971): Yorkshire Towns in the Fourth century, in: R. M. Butler (ed.): Soldier and civilian in Roman Yorkshire: essays to commemorate the nineteenth centenary of the foundation of York, pp. 165-77.*
  • Wacher, John S. and B. Hartley eds. (1983): Rome and her Northern Provinces, (Gloucester).
  • Wacher, John S. (1983): Some thoughts on Roman urban defences in the west, in: CBA Research report 51, pp. 141-4, at: http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/library/cba/rr51.cfm
  • Wagner, Paul and Wayne Reynolds (ill.) (2002): Pictish Warrior AD 297-841, Osprey Warrior 50, (Osprey, Oxford).*
  • Waner, M. and Z. Safrai (2001): A Catalogue of Coin Hoards and the Shelf Life of Coins in Palestine Hoards during the Roman and Byzantine Periods, in: Liber Annuus 51, pp. 305-36.*
  • Ward-Perkins, Brian (2005): The Fall of Rome and the End of Civilization, (Oxford University Press).*
  • Warry, John Gibson (1980): Warfare in the Classical World, (London).*
  • Webster, Graham (1983): The function and organization of late Roman civil defences in Britain, in: CBA Research report 51, pp. 118-120, at: http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/library/cba/rr51.cfm
  • Webster, Graham (1993): The city of Viroconium (Wroxeter) : its military origins and expansion under Hadrian, in: CBA Research report 93, pp. 50-55, at http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/library/cba/rr93.cfm
  • Wedlake, W. J. (1982): The Excavation of the Shrine of Apollo at Nettleton, Wiltshire, 1956-1971, Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London XL, (London), p. 88, 108-11, 233-4, Fig. 102, no. 93.*
  • Weerd, M.D. de (1978): Ships of the Roman period at Zwammerdam/Nigrum Pullum, Germania Inferior, in: CBA Research report 24, pp. 15-21, at http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/library/cba/rr24.cfm
  • Welch, Martin (1993): The archaeological evidence for federate settlement in Britain within the fifth century, in: Vallet et Kazanski, L'Armee Romaine, pp. 269-278.*
  • Wes. M.A. (1992): Crisis and conversion in fifth-century Gaul: aristocrats and ascetics between ‘horizontality’ and ‘verticality’, in: Drinkwater, J.F. and Hugh Elton eds.: Fifth-century Gaul: a Crisis of Identity?, (Cambridge), pp. 252-63.*
  • Wheeler, Everett L. (1978): The Occasion of Arrian's Tactica, in: Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 19:4, pp. 351–65.*
  • Wheeler, Everett L. (1979): The Legion as Phalanx, in: Chiron 9, pp. 303–318.*
  • Wheeler, Everett L. (1993): Methodological Limits and the Mirage of Roman Strategy: Part I, in: The Journal of Military History 57 part 1 (Jan. 1993), pp. 7-41.*
  • Wheeler, Everett L. (1993): Methodological Limits and the Mirage of Roman Strategy: Part II, in: The Journal of Military History 57 part 2 (Apr. 1993), pp. 215-40.*
  • Wheeler, Everett L. (1997): Why the Romans can´t defeat the Parthians: Julius Africanus and the Strategy of Magic, in: Roman Frontier Studies 1997, pp. 575-9.*
  • Wheeler, Everett L. (2004): The Legion as Phalanx in the Late Empire (I), in: L'Armée romaine de Dioclétian à Valentinian Ier, Actes de IIIe congrès de Lyon sur l'armée romaine, ed. Y. Le Bohec and C. Wolff (Paris), pp. 309-58.*
  • Wheeler, Everett L. (2004): The Legion as Phalanx in the Late Empire (II), in: Revue des Études Militaires Anciennes 1, pp. 147-75.*
  • Whitby, Michael (2002): Rome at War AD 293-696, Osprey Essential Histories 21.*
  • White, Roger and Philip Barker (1998): Wroxeter, Life & Death of a Roman City, (Tempus).*
  • White, Roger (2007): Britannia Prima, Britain's Last Roman Province, (Tempus).*
  • White, Sally et al (1999): A Mid-Fifth Century Hoard of Roman and Pseudo-Roman Material from Patching, West Sussex, in: Britannia 30, pp. 301-315.*
  • Whittaker, C.R. (1994): Frontiers of the Roman Empire. A Social and Economic Study, (Johns Hoskins University Prtess).
  • Wieczorek, A. (1996): Die Ausbreitung der fränkischen Herrschaft in den Rheinlanden vor und seit Chlodwich I, in: Die Franken, Wegbereiter Europas, pp. 241-260.* books in German
  • Wieczorek, A. (1996): Identität und Integration. Zur Bevölkerungspolitik der Merowinger nach archäologischen Quellen, in: Die Franken, Wegbereiter Europas, pp. 346-357.* books in German
  • Wilcox, Peter and Gerry Embleton (ill.) (1982): Rome's Enemies (1): Germanics and Dacians, Osprey Men-at-Arms 180, (Osprey, London, 1986).*
  • Wilcox, Peter and Angus Mc Bride (ill.) (1985): Romes Enemies (2): Gallic and British Celts, Osprey Men-at-Arms 158, (Osprey, London).*
  • Wilcox, Peter and Angus Mc Bride (ill.) (1986): Romes Enemies (3): Parthians and Sassanis Persians, Osprey Men-at-Arms 175, (Osprey, London).*
  • Wild, John Peter (1978): Cross-Channel trade and the textile industry, in: CBA Research report 24, pp. 79-81, at http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/library/cba/rr24.cfm
  • Wild, John Peter (1976): The Gynaecea, in: Goodburn and Bartholomew 1976, Aspects of the Notitia Dignitatum, BAR Int. Ser., vol. 15, Oxford, pp. 51-8.*
  • Wild, John Peter (1979): Fourth-century underwear with special reference to the Thoracomachus, in: BAR International Series 63, pp. 101-2.*
  • Wild, John Peter (1981): A find of Roman Scale Armour from Carpow, in: Britannia 12, pp. 305-6. *
  • Wilkes, J. J. (1977): The Saxon Shore - British anonymity in the Roman Empire, in: The Saxon Shore, edited by D. E. Johnston, CBA Research Report No 18, pp. 76-81, at: http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/library/cba/rr18.cfm.*
  • Wilkins, Alan (1995): Reconstructing the Cheiroballistra, in: Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 6, pp. 5-60.*
  • Wilkins, Alan (2000): Scorpio and Cheiroballistra, in: Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 11, pp. 77-101.*
  • Williams, Howard (2004): Artefacts in Early Medieval graves: A new perspective, in: BAR British Series, vol. 365, (Archaeopress), pp. 89-102.*
  • Williams, Stephen and Gerard Friell (1998): Theodosius, the Empire at Bay, (Routledge 1994).*
  • Williams, Stephen and Gerard Friell (1999): The Rome that did not fall - The survival of the east in the fifth century, (London).*
  • Williamson, G.A. ed. and trans. (1981): Procopius: The Secret History, (Penguin Classics, St. Ives).*
  • Windrow, Martin and Angus McBride (ill.) (1996): Imperial Rome at War, (Concord Publications).*
  • Wise, Terence, and Richard Hook (ill.) (1982): Armies of the Carthaginian Wars 265 - 146 BC, Osprey Men-at-Arms 121, (Osprey, London).*
  • Wood, I.N. (1992): Continuity or calamity: the constraints of literary models, in: Drinkwater, J.F. and Hugh Elton eds.: Fifth-century Gaul: a Crisis of Identity?, (Cambridge), pp. 9-18.*
  • Wood, Ian N. (1995): Pagan religion and superstitions east of the Rhine from the fifth to the ninth century, in: Ausenda, After Empire, pp. 253-280.*
  • Wood, Ian N. (1996): Franken und Angelsachsen, in: Die Franken, Wegbereiter Europas, pp. 341-345.* books in German
  • Wood, Ian N. (1996b): Die Franken und ihr Erbe - "Translatio Imperii", in: Die Franken, Wegbereiter Europas, pp. 358-364.* books in German
  • Woods, David (1993): The ownership and disposal of military equipment in the Late Roman army, in: Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 4, pp. 55-65. *
  • Woods, David (1995): Julian, Arbogastes, and the signa of the Ioviani and Herculiani, in: Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 6, pp. 61-8. *
  • Woods, David (1996): The Scholae Palatinae and the Notitia Dignitatum, in: Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 7, pp. 37-50. *
  • Woods, David (1998): Two notes on late Roman military equipment, in: Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 9, pp. 31-5. *
  • Wynn, Philip (1997): Frigeridus, the British Tyrants, and the early fifth Century Barbarian Invaders of Gaul and Spain, in: Athenaeum 85, pp. 69-119.*
  • Young, Simon (2007): Farewell Britannia, a family saga of Roman Britain, (Weidenfeld & Nicholson).*
  • Yule, B. (1990) : The 'Dark Earth' and Late Roman London, in: Antiquity 244, pp. 620-8.*
  • Zimmermann, Alexander (1999): Zwei ähnlich dimensionierte Torsiongeschütze mit unterschiedlichen Konstruktionsprinzipien - Rekonstruktionen nach Originalteilen aus Cremona (Italien) und Lyon (Frankreich), in: Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 10, pp. 137-140.* books in German

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