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This article critically evaluates how far the interpretation of archaeological evidence has been aided by the recent 'materialist turn' in social theory. This perspective, linked to the work of Bruno Latour, argues that we should give agency to not only humans but also to cultural objects and environmental processes. It thus increasingly influences archaeological interpretation. By considering how water supply has been theorised in the Roman World, then setting such theories against evidencedoi:10.16995/traj.371 fatcat:hgax5ck32vatfcay7h6uhr2zhu