Britains and Romans in Eastern YorkshireeBook - 2013
The Parisi were a tribe located somewhere within the present day East Riding of Yorkshire, England, known from a brief reference by Ptolemy. They were originally immigrants from Gaul and share their name with the tribe that occupied modern day France. Fairly obvious from their name, they gave the French capital its name. The investigation of the Parisi began in the 16th and 17th centuries, following the trend for antiquarian exploration elsewhere in Britain. Before that the remains of Roman buildings encountered in medieval East Yorkshire were treated with little respect and used as a resource. The Parisi tells this captivating story of the history of the archaeology of The Parisi, from the initial investigations in the 16th century right through to modern day investigations.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : The History Press, 
Branch Call Number: 936.2839 Ha
Description: 1 online resource (128 pages)