Patterns in Functional Groups in the AP Composite Fort

This page presents graphical representations of the different percentage means of each artefact functional group across the composite fort. These graphics show the patterns in each functional group's percentage means within the composite fort.

Using the graphics viewer below you can see the functional group percentages diagrammed across the composite fort plan. These diagrams come from the book, Roman Soldiers and the Roman Army and use the data presented in the book. Since publication of the book new data have been added to the study and database, and so the percentage means for each functional group in each sector of the composite fort are slightly different now. Still the general trends in functional group spread across the composite fort remain unchanged, even if the actual percentage means are slightly different. Eventually these static diagrams will be replaced by code which builds the composite fort diagram dynamically, using up-to-date percentage means from the database.

Clothing Functional Group, Giles 2012:Fig 17
Commerce Functional Group, Giles 2012:Fig 18
Health Functional Group, Giles 2012: Fig 21
Kitchen/Food Functional Group, Giles 2012:Fig 15
Military Functional Group, Giles 2012:Fig 19
Religion Functional Group, Giles 2012:Fig 22
Transportation Functional Group, Giles 2012:Fig 20
Utilitarian Functional Group, Giles 2012:Fig 16