According to the ancient Greek geographer Ptolemy, the Parisi tribe
occupied the area of the present-day East Riding of Yorkshire
during the Roman period. Over the last few decades our
understanding of this region and its inhabitants has been
transformed through the work of research projects, archaeological
investigation, and even chance finds. Discoveries including the
Hasholme logboat, chariot burials, hoards of Iron Age gold coins
and Roman settlements and villas have all helped to develop our
knowledge of this area and provide a fascinating insight into the
lives of a local tribe and the impact of Rome on their development.
Peter Halkon tells this captivating story of the history of the
archaeology of the Parisi, from the initial investigations in the
sixteenth century right through to modern-day investigations.
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