was founded in 1910 as the sister society to the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies.
The Roman Society is the leading organisation in the United Kingdom for those interested in the study of Rome and the Roman Empire.
Its scope is wide, covering Roman history, archaeology, literature and art down to about A.D. 700.
It has a broadly based membership, drawn from over forty countries and from all ages and walks of life.
The Joint Library is maintained jointly with the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies and in association with the Institute of Classical Studies.
With over 130,000 volumes, including 675 current periodical titles, it has an international reputation as one of the world's foremost Classics lending libraries.
Membership of the Roman Society allows borrowing rights of up to four volumes.
AD410: The History and Archaeology of Late and Post-Roman Britain, edited by F.K. Haarer, Rob Collins, Keith Fitzpatrick-Matthews, Sam Moorhead, David Petts and Philippa Walton. A selection of papers delivered at a number of conferences on the theme of AD410 and the "End of Roman Britain" held to celebrate the Society's Centenary in 2010.
Britannia Monograph 26
A Late Roman Town House and its Environs. The Excavations of C.D. Drew and K.C. Collingwood Selby in Colliton Park, Dorechester, Dorset 1937-8, by Emma Durham and Michael Fulford.
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Over 1500 digital images based on a selection from the Society's original slide collection held by the Library are now available to download.
Members are also encouraged to donate their own slides and help the collection to grow.
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