Mapping for Gender. Interpreting artefact distribution inside 1st- and 2nd-century AD forts in Roman Germany
Artefacts from military bases of the early Roman Empire potentially indicate not only the presence of women and children inside the walls, but also their movements, activities and impact on fort life. This paper explores dynamic approaches to categorizing and gendering artefacts for more holistic investigations of artefact assemblages. It uses GIS mapping techniques to analyse the distribution patterns of 'gendered' artefacts within three forts on the German frontier - Vetera I, Ellingen and...[Show more]
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