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A. Ye. Baryshnikov
Durovernum cantiacorum: the development of Roman Canterbury, AD III

The author considers the development of Durovernum, the main town of civitatis cantiacorum (Cantium). Despite close connections with the Continent and Rome established in pre-Roman times the town of Durovernum (and Cantium) evolved slowly. A number of factors determined this pattern. Some of these factors were related with the policy of Rome  activity of provincial governors, repercussions of the Roman invasion, specific garrisoning of the region. Others had internal nature  the lack of powerful and ambitious local elites, the mentality of cantiaci. Author supposes that the Britons (mainly cantiaci) formed a majority of the town population; these Britons didnt hasten to change their lifestyle and acquired only some elements of Roman imperial culture.


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