This survey is designed to gain better knowledge about the finds of Roman tokens in Britain. The study is being conducted as part of the doctoral work of Denise Wilding, who is working on the Token Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean project, funded under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement Number 678042.
Findings from this survey will help us contextualise our token data for the region. The survey is completely anonymous and should take around 10 minutes to complete. It consists of 11 questions.
The data from the survey will be stored securely on the University of Warwick’s servers for a minimum of ten years after the completion of the project in February 2021 in line with the University of Warwick’s Research Data Management Policy and will only be made available to researchers on the project. Any data arising from the survey will be included within a PhD thesis, and may be discussed in conference presentations. This study has been reviewed and given favourable opinion by the University of Warwick’s Humanities and Social Science Research Ethics Committee (HSSREC): 64/16-17.
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