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This analysis of the changes - especially those in the visual arts - which occurred between AD 150 and 600, and led into the medieval world has been widely hailed as a masterpiece:
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"Books by Richard Reece are typically individual, opinionated and insightful; and this is no exception." (British Archaeology)
"Richard Reece's writing is always stimulating; this book will appeal to both specialists and enthusiasts." (Oxbow Book News)
"His lucid 'user friendly' expositions of both familiar and less familiar monuments must have made this a stimulating lecture course." (Antiquaries Journal)
"Clear exposition of the evidence combined with a wish to make it approachable." (Britannia)
Richard Reece is a former archaeology professor and the author of several books, including "The Coinage of Roman Britain."
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