I am especially grateful to Martin Pitts for collaborating with me to set up this network and secure funding from the AHRC, to whom we are both indebted. I am also particularly grateful to Sarah Colley who has worked beyond the call of duty to make this network a success and to prepare the articles for publication, and for her insights as a non-Roman archaeologist. And I would like to thank all the network participants and the contributors to this volume for their collegiality and enthusiasm for this project.
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