First of all I would like to thank Penelope Allison, Martin Pitts and Sarah Colley for organising both BDRT workshops and for providing me with the opportunity to present this article. I would also like to thank my doctoral supervisors Eric Moormann and Marinus Polak for their help and Ryan Niemeijer and Lieke van Diepen for proofreading and for sharing their very useful insights and ideas. Finally, special thanks go to Berber van der Meulen for patiently reading and commenting on the various iterations of this article. This article stems from my PhD research into the Flavian-Trajanic castra and canabae at Nijmegen, which focuses on distribution patterns of various categories of finds from mostly unpublished excavations within both sites.
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