J. C. Coulston (ed.), Military Equipment and the Identity of Roman Soldiers. Proceedings of the Fourth Roman Military Equipment Conference, BAR International Series 394, Oxford 1988

Prelims (title page, imprint, contents, list of illustrations, list of contributors, preface) [PDF]

Coulston, J. C., ‘Three legionaries at Croy Hill’, 1–29 [PDF]

Poulter, A. G., ‘Certain doubts and doubtful conclusions: the lorica segmentata from Newstead and the Antonine garrison’, 31–49 [PDF]

Driel-Murray, C. van, ‘A fragmentary shield cover from Caerleon’, 51–66 [PDF]

Bishop, M. C., ‘Cavalry equipment of the Roman army in the first century A.D.’, 67–195 [PDF]

Allason-Jones, L., ‘”Small finds” from turrets on Hadrian’s Wall’, 197–233 [PDF]

Wickenden, N. P., ‘Some military bronzes from the Trinovantian civitas’, 234–256 [PDF]

James, S., ‘The fabricae: state arms factories of the Later Roman Empire’, 257–331 [PDF]

index 333–341 [PDF]