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Romans in the Middle and Lower Danube Valley, 1st century BC–5th century AD: Case Studies in Archaeology, Epigraphy and HistoryEric C. De Sena and Calin Timoc 2017 © BAR Publishing
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This volume contains 11 articles that spring from the conference 'Bridging the Danube: Roman Occupation and Interaction in the Middle and Lower Danube Valley, 1st-5th c. AD' (Timişoara, 2014). The papers present current research by East European scholars at sites such as Novae, Viminacium and Drobeta. The volume is, in part, intended to stimulate awareness amongst western scholars of the importance of the provinces of Moesia, Dacia and Thracia in the history of the Roman Empire and the research potential in the region. Topics include the effect of the Romans on native settlements and defensive systems, the integration of modern technology and historical maps in archaeological surveys, the food supply of the Roman army, Roman defensive systems, funerary practices, demographic issues concerning Roman soldiers and settlers in the Danubian provinces, and imperial portraiture.
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- Excavation / Fieldwork / Survey
- Landscape Archaeology
- Ceramics and Pottery Studies
- Food and Drink / Diet
- Conflict / Military / Fortifications
- Central and Eastern Europe
- Death / Burial / Cemeteries / Tombs
- Trade / Exchange / Travel / Economy
- Late Antiquity and Byzantium
- Architecture / Domestic and Urban Buildings and Space / Urbanism
- Epigraphy / Ancient and Medieval Texts / Papyri
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