The last vestiges of the Roman-British world exist throughout modern day Britain and Scotland, ranging from coin hoards in the countryside to Roman urban remains in modern English cities. In particular, the Roman town of Corbridge in northeastern England played an important role throughout the history of Roman Britain and also is home to a variety of material culture evidence that has helped shape how the modern world views and understands Roman Britain. By examining modern Corbridge, its history, and the Corbridge Hoard, one can reconstruct and better understand the Roman world of Britain during this period both militarily and culturally.
How to Cite:
Leep, P., (2017). Roman Corbridge and the Corbridge Hoard: Reconstructing the World of Roman Britain . The Virginia Tech Undergraduate Historical Review . 6 . DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/vtuhr.v6i0.2