Affiliation: Cambridge University
Martin Millett is the Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeology at the University of Cambridge. Millet has wide interests in the social and economic archaeology of the Roman World. He is actively involved in collaborative archaeological fieldwork with current projects in Italy (the Tiber Valley towns Project) and also in Britain (in East Yorkshire and at Richborough, Kent). His books include The Romanization of Britain (1990) and A Roman Provincial Capital (Tarraco) and its hinterland (1995, with J-M Carret√© and S J Keay). Amongst the books he has edited are Burial, Society and Context in the Roman World (2000, with J Pearce and M Struck) and Britons and Romans: advancing an archaeological agenda (2001, with S James). He is currently working on the publication of a major survey of Portus.