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Roman frontier studies
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The case for the northern frontier of Britannia in the group Roman Frontier Studies on Humanities Commons 1 year, 10 months ago This paper assesses the evidence for the collapse or otherwise of the northern frontier of Britannia, including Hadrian’s Wall, relative to received paradigms of ‘the end’ of Roman Britain. Here, articles on specific documents are presented and historical problems discussed ranging from the Seleucid period to the Later Roman Empire. The second part of the book contains studies of the wider area and the third part is concerned with the Roman army, its organisation and aims in the Frontier by:
Law and Religion between Petra and Edessa: Studies in Aramaic Epigraphy on the Roman Frontier (Variorum Collected Studies) (Book) Book Details. ISBN. X. website, you support our non-profit organization. Ancient History Encyclopedia receives a small commission for each book sold through our affiliate partners. inspiration for deep, prolonged study of Romans, the book must merit, require, and reward such study. It is not a book to be only tasted, or hastily swallowed: it is a book to be "chewed and digested." It cannot be read as mere pastime; it is not designed to be a substitute for a game of canasta, or an after-dinner cigar.
Reviews "Whittaker has made the first systematic attempt to integrate the study of the Roman frontiers and imperial policy with that of the frontier economy and society. All those interested in Roman frontier studies and imperialism will be grateful for a book which discusses old questions along new lines and which raises new questions of. I am still amazed that Vindolanda gave us nearly year-old letters between soldiers, friends, and officials on the northernmost Roman frontier. I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in Vindolanda, the Roman army, classical antiquity, or the power of primary source material/5.
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The Congress of Roman Frontier Studies or Limes Congress is one of the most important conferences on archaeology in Europe. The conference takes place on a triennial basis, although there have been some exceptions. The first congress was held in Durham in ; the most recent one took place in Viminacium, Serbia, in COVID Resources.
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Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Durham [Eng.] University, (OCoLC) Online version: Congress of Roman Frontier Studies (1st: Newcastle upon Tyne).
Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Durham [Eng.] University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors. Roman Frontier Studies Congresses have been held since in nearly all countries through which Rome’s frontiers ran.
The 23rd congress is the fourth meeting to be held in Germany. It is hosted jointly by the German Limescommission (DLK) and. : Roman Frontier Studies (): Valerie A. Maxfield, Michael J. Dobson: Books3/5(1). This volume presents one hundred of the papers given Roman frontier studies book the Fifteenth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies.
Geographically the material ranges throughout the frontier regions of the Roman Empire from Britain to the Caucasus, the Low Countries to Upper Egypt, Spain to Jordan. "Life and Letters on the Roman Frontier" with the subtitle "Vindolanda and its People" by A.
Bowman was published in A second edition appeared in A third edition (from ) was reprinted in and Alan K. Bowman (born ) is professor emeritus of ancient history at Oxford University/5(15). Book. Roman Frontier Studies.
Maxfield, Valerie A. Dobson, Michael J. December 3rd, This volume presents one hundred of the papers given at the Fifteenth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies. Geographically the material ranges throughout the frontier regions of the Roman Empire from Britain to the Caucasus, the Low.
This volume presents one hundred of the papers given at the Fifteenth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies. Geographically the material ranges throughout the frontier regions of the Roman Empire from Britain to the Caucasus, the Low Countries to Upper Egypt, Spain to Jordan.
The first section deals with individual frontier regions, fort and fortress sites, army units and. Roman frontier studies: proceedings of the XVth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies edited by Valerie A. Maxfield & Michael J. Dobson. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, [printing].
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Free shipping for many products. Roman imperialism is too crude a term for what we can observe between and B.C. Roman dominance was felt everywhere, from Spain to Carthage, Alexandria, Jerusalem, Antioch and Ankara; Roman militarism was demonstrated consistently in N.
Italy and Spain, at various periods in Greece and Macedonia (–, –, –), and for. Book Description. Un-Roman Sex explores how gender and sex were perceived and represented outside the Mediterranean core of the Roman Empire.
The volume critically explores the gender constructs and sexual behaviours in the provinces and frontiers in light of recent studies of Roman erotic experience and flux gender identities. Frontiers in the Roman World Proceedings of the Ninth Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Durham, April ) E-Book Availability: (also at the local level in communities in the Roman Empire), frontier-studies, politics and administration in the classical world, and the connections between centre and periphery.
A huge collection of papers from the XVIth international congress of Roman Frontier Studies held at Kerkrade in the Netherlands in A tiny selection of the eighty-nine papers (53 in English, 29 in German, 7 in French) is as follows: Ptolemy and the pre-Flavian military sites of Britain (W H Manning); Relationships between Roman river frontiers and artificial frontiers (N Hodgson.
Roman Frontier Studies presents one hundred of the papers given at the Fifteenth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies. First published init has been out of print since This new edition is published to satisfy continuing demand for the volume.
Geographically the material ranges throughout the frontier regions of the Roman Empire from. It has the potential to inspire a new generation with an interest in Roman Frontier Studies.” – Tony Wilmott, English Heritage, Britannia “Breeze's work is one of the most efficient presentations of the Roman frontiers in Britain.
In the short space of ninety-nine pages the author does an exceptional job of introducing the major topics. The primary reason, it seems to me, that Roman frontier studies have acquired a poor standing among archaeologists is that in our post-colonial world the colonialist, imperialist and violent nature of the Roman Empire renders its study repugnant, an attitude extended to military history generally (Black ).Author: David Breeze.
Roman military borders and fortifications were part of a grand strategy of territorial defense in the Roman Empire, although this is a matter of the early 2nd century, the Roman Empire had reached the peak of its territorial expansion and rather than constantly expanding their borders as earlier in the Empire and Republic, the Romans solidified their position by fortifying.
In September the 15th International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies took place at the University of Kent in Canterbury. This volume presents of the papers which were given on that occasion by scholars from 19 countries in Europe, the Americas and the Middle East.
General Overviews. There are a number of general accounts of the Roman frontiers but no single substantial and authoritative account. The best overall summary is Breezewhile Breeze, et al. also provides a concise and well-illustrated study.
Wells is one of the few general accounts of the Roman Empire that explores the frontier regions. Other books in this list .The sheer scale of Rome's German frontier is overwhelming.
Running for almost km, and boasting at least 60 forts, 80 fortlets and over towers, it is the longest archaeological monument in Central Europe. The frontier's circuitous and occasionally bewildering path carries it from mountain ridges to river pastures, sometimes heeding the limits of fertile farmland, others.
"Prof. Elton make a valuable contribution to the unusual field of Roman frontier studies by reminding us that unlike a modern border, that is a sharply delineated line separating two states, the Roman frontier was a fuzzy zone between what was clearly Roman and what was clearly 'other.'" - Albert Nofi, The NYMAS Review.
From the PublisherAuthor: Hugh Elton.