CUNLIFFE, Barry. British, b. 1939. Genres: Archaeology/Antiquities. Career: Bristol University, lecturer in archaeology, 1963-66; Southampton University, professor of archaeology, 1966-72; University of Oxford, professor of European archaeology, 1972-. Publications: Roman Bath Discovered, 1971, rev. ed., 1985; Fishbourne: Roman Palace and Its Gardens, 1971; The Cradle of England, 1973; The Making of the English, 1973; The Regni, 1973; Iron Age Communities in Britain, 1974, rev. ed., 1991; Rome and the Barbarians, 1975; Iron Age Sites in Central South Britain, 1976; (with T. Rowley) The Origins of Urbanization in Barbarian Europe, 1976; Hengistbury Head, 1978; Rome and Her Empire, 1978; The Celtic World, 1979; Danebury: Anatomy of an Iron Age Hillfort, 1983; Heywood Sumner's Wessex, 1985; The City of Bath, 1986; Greeks, Romans and Barbarians, 1988; Danebury, 1993; Wessex to A.D. 1000, 1993; The Oxford Illustrated Prehistory of Europe, 1994; The Book of Iron Age Britain, 1995; The Ancient Celts, 1997; Facing the Ocean, 2001; The Extraordinary Voyage of Pytheas the Greek, 2001.