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Römische Großbronzen am Limes: Fragmente im raetischen RaumAura Piccioni
This research presents bronze fragments from twenty-five military and civilian settlements in the Roman province of Raetia. The evidence dates from the 1st to 3rd centuries AD; pieces and contexts can be chronologically framed from the origins of the province (e.g., Augsburg) to the establishment of a second Limes line in late antiquity (Isny in Allgäu). The two-year investigation was funded at the KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt by a Forschungsstipendium of the Fritz Thyssen Stiftung and supported by various institutions. It constitutes the resumption and continuation of the Römische Großbronzen am UNESCO-Welterbe Limes project, which, among other outputs, produced a database of bronze fragments used in this work (http://grossbronzenamlimes.de/). This new research builds on the database, analysing new bronze fragments not previously recorded.