The importance of the archaeological findspot: The Lullingstone Busts


Two marble portrait busts, 2nd century C.E., found during an excavation in 1949, Lullingstone Roman Villa, Kent (British Museum, on loan from Kent County Council). Speakers: Dr. Elizabeth Marlowe and Dr. Steven Zucker


Additional resources:

Lullingstone Roman Villa (from English Heritage)

G. W. Meates, The Lullingstone Roman Villa, Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 63 (1950), pp. 1-49.

K. S. Painter, The Lullingstone Wall-Plaster: An Aspect of Christianity in Roman Britain, The British Museum Quarterly, vol. 33, no. 3/4 (Spring, 1969), pp. 131-150.

 


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Cite this page as: Dr. Elizabeth Marlowe and Dr. Steven Zucker, "The importance of the archaeological findspot: The Lullingstone Busts," in Smarthistory, October 22, 2017, accessed September 23, 2018, https://smarthistory.org/lullingstone-busts/.