By Grahame Clark
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This publication provides new insights into the dynamics of the connection among governors and provincial topics within the Later Roman Empire, with a spotlight at the provincial point of view. according to literary, criminal, epigraphic and inventive fabrics the writer bargains with questions reminiscent of how provincials communicated their must governors, how they expressed either their favorable and important evaluations of governors' habit, and the way they rewarded 'good' governors.
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These include Italian metal tableware like the silver cups from burials at Welwyn Garden City (Stead 1967) and Welwyn (Smith 1912), the bronze oenochoe (jug) and patella (pan) from burial Y at Aylesford, Kent (Evans 1890), the bronze jugs and patera from Welwyn (Smith 1912), the bronze patella from Stanfordbury (Dryden 1845) and possibly the bronze strainer and dish from Welwyn Garden City (Stead 1967: 23–7). An even more exotic range of imports, including ivory-mounted furniture, ornamented mail armour and the famous medallion of Augustus, were recovered from a small group of extremely rich burials – Folly Lane, Stanway and Lexden (see below, pp.
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