Dawson, M. (ed.) 1987: Roman Military Equipment: the Accoutrements of War. Proceedings of the Third Roman Military Equipment Research Seminar, BAR S336, Oxford

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

Dawson, M., ‘Introduction’, 1–6 [PDF]

The Artefacts

Connolly, Peter, ‘The Roman saddle’, 7–27 [PDF]

Barton, Peter, ‘On making a Roman cornu‘, with N. Wickenden, Appendix, 28–40 [PDF]

Fuentes, N., ‘The Roman military tunic’, 41–76 [PDF]

James, S., ‘Dura-Europos and the Introduction of the “Mongolian Release”‘, 77–83 [PDF]

Lloyd-Morgan, G., ‘Professor Robert Newstead and finds of Roman military metalwork from Chester’, 85–97 [PDF]

The Theory

Atkinson, D. & Morgan, L., ‘The Wellingborough and Nijmegen marches’, 99–108 [PDF]

Bishop, M. C., ‘The evolution of certain features’, 109–39 [PDF]

Coulston, J. C., ‘Roman military equipment on 3rd century tombstones’, 141–56 [PDF]

Diaconescu, A. & Opreanu, C. , ‘A note on Roman military equipment from Romania’, 157–166 [PDF]

Hammerson, M. & Sheldon, H., ‘Evidence for the Roman army in Southwark’ 167–74 [PDF]

Morgan, L., ‘The drawn sword’, 175 [PDF]

Index 176–178 [PDF]