The Clayton Collection


An archaeological appraisal of a 19th century collection of Roman artefacts from Hadrian’s Wall. Read more

The Frontiers of Imperial Rome


By David J. Breeze - At its height, the Roman Empire was the most powerful in the world, stretching from Scotland to the Nubian desert.  But how was it defined and defended? Read more

Living on the Edge of Empire - the objects and people of Hadrian's Wall


This collaborative and highly-illustrated volume showcases the artefacts recovered from archaeological investigations along Hadrian's Wall in order to examine the daily lives of those living along the Northern Frontier of the Roman Empire. Read more

Roman Helmets


Roman Helmets by Hilary & John Travis. Read more

Hadrian’s Wall Rome and the limits of Empire


Located at the far-flung and wild edge of the Roman Empire, Hadrian’s Wall was constructed by emperor Hadrian in the 120s AD. Vast in size and stretching from the east to west cost of the northern part of Britannia, it is the largest monument left by the Roman empire – all the more striking because it lies so far from Rome. Today, it is one of the most visited heritage sites in the country. Read more

The Roman Army


This authoritative short volume introduces readers to the Roman army, its structure, tactics, duties and development. Read more

The Complete Roman Army


The first book to examine in detail not just the early imperial army, but the citizen’s militia of the Republic and the army of the later Empire. Read more

Garrison Life at Vindolanda, a Band of Brothers


By Anthony Birley. This book brings together the people from the Vindolanda writing tablets with the archaeology of the site. Read more

Vindolanda – A Roman frontier fort on Hadrian’s Wall


By Robin Birley - This book follows Vindolanda throughout its many phases of occupation. It explores the everyday life of those who lived and worked on the site. Read more

Minimus – starting out in Latin


This is a unique course for 7-10 year olds, providing a lively introduction to the Latin language and the culture of Roman Britain. Read more

Roman Imperial Artillery


From the manuscripts to the machines. Rediscovering the catapults of the Roman legions. Read more

Hadrian's Wall 2009-2019


A summary of the recent excavation and research prepared for the Fourteenth Pilgrimage of Hadrian's Wall, 2019. Read more