Publications 20. Ivleva, T. (2018) “Same-sex and polygamous/polygynous unions in the Northwest Roman provinces and frontiers” in LIMES XXIII:Proceedings of the 23nd International Congress of Roman Frontier studies, Ingolstadt, Germany, September 2015, 1028-1034.
19. with R. Collins (2018) “Sex in the Frontiers: Textual and material representations of human sexuality at the edge of empire”, in LIMES XXIII:Proceedings of the 23nd International Congress of Roman Frontier studies, Ingolstadt, Germany, September 2015, 1012-1015.
18. Ivleva, T. (2017) “British families in the Roman army: living on the fringes of the Roman world” in N. Hodgson, P. Bidwell and J. Schachtmann (eds), Roman Frontier Studies 2009. Proceedings of the XXI International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies (Limes Congress) held at Newcastle upon Tyne in August 2009. Archaeopress Roman Archaeology 25. Oxford, Archaeopress, 26-33.
17. Ivleva, T. (2017) “Doing brooches. Theorising brooches of the Roman Northwest (first to third centuries AD) in T. Martin and R. Weetch (eds) Dress and Society: Contributions from Archaeology. Oxford, Oxbow, 69-93.
16. Ivleva, T. (2016) “The role of brooches in the Roman military dress of the late first-third centuries AD in the Roman West” in X. Pauli Jensen and T. Grane (eds) Imitation and inspiration. Proceedings of the 18th International Roman Military Equipment Conference, Copenhagen 2013. Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 17, 121-129.
15. Ivleva, T. (2016) “A totality of a thing with objects: multifaceted British-made brooches abroad” in K. P. Hofmann, T. Meier, D. Mölders, and St. Schreiber (eds) Massendinghaltung in der Archäologie. Der material turn und die Ur- und Frühgeschichte. Leiden, Sidestone Press, 365-386.
14. (2016) with Tacoma, L.E., and Breeze, D.J. “Lost along the way: a centurion domo Britannia in Bostra”, Britannia 47, 31-42.
13. Ivleva, T. (2015) “Peasants into soldiers: recruitment and military mobility in the early Roman empire”, in L. de Ligt and L.E. Tacoma (eds) Migration and mobility in the Early Roman Empire. Leiden, Brill, 160-177.
12. Ivleva, T. (2015) “In search of veterans of the Roman army on the frontier: material culture evidence”, in L. Vagalinski and N. Sharankov (eds), LIMES XXII:Proceedings of the 22nd International Congress of Roman Frontier studies, Ruse, Bulgaria, September 2012. National Archaeological Institute with Museum, Sofia, 437-445.
10. Ivleva, T. (2014) “What’s in the name? Britishness of British-made brooches abroad”,Lucerna 47: Newsletter of the Roman Finds Group: 13-14.
9. Ivleva, T. (2014) “Remembering Britannia: expressions of identities by ‘Britons’ on the continent during the Roman Empire”, in B. Alroth and C. Scheffer (eds) Attitudes towards the past in antiquity: creating identities Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis/Stockholm Studies in Classical Archaeology 14, Stockholm: Stockholm University, 217-231.
3. Ivleva, T. (2012) “British military units and the identity of British-born recruits in the Roman army, between the first and third centuries AD” Orbis Terrarum: Internationale Zeitschrift für historische Geographie der alten Welt (2008-2011) 10: 59-92.
2. Ivleva, T. (2011) “Brooches tell tales: British-made brooches in Germania Inferior and Superior as indicators of the presence of British emigrants”, in K. Huijben, S.J.A.G. van de Liefvoort, T.J.S.M. van der Weyden (eds) SOJA Bundel 2010, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. Proceedings of Symposium Onderzoek Jonge Archeologne (Research symposium for young archaeologists) held on 19th March, Nijmegen Boxpress: Nijmegen: 51-56. 1. Ivleva, T. (2011) “British emigrants in the Roman Empire: complexities and symbols of ethnic identities”, in D. Mladenovič and B. Russel (eds) TRAC 2010: Proceedings of the 20thTheoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Oxford 2010. Oxbow: Oxford: 132-153.