Frere, S(heppard) S(underland)

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FRERE, S(heppard) S(underland)

FRERE, S(heppard) S(underland). British, b. 1916. Genres: Archaeology/Antiquities, History. Career: Taught at Epsom College, 1938-40, and Lancing College, 1945-54; Lecturer, Manchester University, 1954-55; Reader, Institute of Archaeology, 1955-62, and Professor, 1963-66, University of London; Professor of the Archaeology of the Roman Empire, Oxford University, 1966-83. Director, excavations at Canterbury, 1946-60, and at Verulamium, 1955-61; Member, Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England), 1966-83, and Ancient Monuments Board (England), 1966-82; President, Royal Archaeological Institute, 1978-81; President, Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, 1983-86. Publications: (ed.) Problems of the Iron Age in Southern Britain, 1961; Britannia: A History of Roman Britain, 1967, 4th ed. 1999; Verulamium Excavations, 3 vols., 1972-84; Excavations on the Roman and Medieval Defences of Canterbury, 1982; Excavations at Canterbury, vol. 7, 1987; (with J.K. St. Joseph) Roman Britain from the Air, 1983; (with F.A. Lepper) Trajan's Column, 1988; (with R.S. Tomlin) The Roman Inscriptions of Britain, II, fasc. 1, 1990, vol. 2, 1991; fasc. 3-4, 1992, fasc. 5, 1993, fasc. 6, 1994, fasc. 7, 8 and Epigraphic Indices, 1995. Address: Netherfield House, Marcham, Abingdon, Oxford, England.