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Bulletin of the National Institute of Archaeology [ Брой: 2015, XLII ]

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Fortifications and Soldiers
The Role of Water in Defining the Limits of the Roman Empire
David J BREEZE
17
Change Behind the Frontier: Roman Military Deployment North of the River Humber, England, in the Third and Fourth Centuries AD
Pete WILSON
19
The First ‘British Way in Warfare’: Threat and Response in the Late Roman North
Alistair McCLUSKEY
27
The Fortress of Legio II Adiutrix (AD 70-71) on the Ruins of Oppidum Batavorum (Nijmegen, NL)
Harry van Enckevort, Elly N. A. HEIRBAUT
31
A Late Roman Watchtower in Wijchen near Nijmegen
Elly N. A. HEIRBAUT, Harry Van ENCKEVORT
37
Timber Forts along the Rhine in the West Netherlands: New Thoughts Derived from Old Field Drawings, Vechten – Utrecht – Valkenburg
Julia CHORUS
45
Out of Africa? – A New Line of the Eastern Raetian Limes in the Middle of the 3rd Century and Legio III Augusta (…e Raetia …regressi…)
C. Sebastian SOMMER
53
The Fort, Fortlet and Civil Settlement in Mainhardt
Lynn STOFFEL
65
Ad confluentes Nicri et Rheni. Excavations and Aerial Photographs Shed New Light on the Early Roman Military Site Ludwigshafen-Rheingönheim
Thomas MAURER
73
Der Kaiserkultbezirk von Mogontiacum (Mainz)
Christine ERTEL
83
Legionslager Vindonissa – Stand der Forschung
Jürgen TRUMM
93
The Secret of Squares – Interpreting Large-Scale Square Structures at Roman Legionary Forts
Christian GUGL, Jürgen TRUMM
103
Von Spitzgräben und Gürtelblechen… Neue Grabungsergebnisse zur frühkaiserzeitlichen Militärpräsenz in Brigantium (Bregenz, Österreich)
Julia KOPF
111
Inner Fortifications and the Late Roman Defence System in Pannonia (4th–5th c. AD) – Some Notes
Orsolya HEINRICH-TAMÁSKA
119
Das Legionslager Tilurium. 15 Jahre archäologischer Ausgrabungen, 1997-2011
Mirjana SANADER
127
Dispositions and Strategy in the Moesias from Trajan to Commodus
Conor WHATELY
137
Emperor Trajan Decius and His Sons on the Lower-Danubian Limes (AD 249-251)
Lily GROZDANOVA
145
The Transformations of a Roman Military Site: The Case with Mezdra (North-Western Bulgaria)
Sergey TORBATOV
151
A Comparison between Novae and Durostorum in Lower Moesia: Topography, Defensive System and Legal Status
Peti DONEVSKI
163
“The Most Splendid Town of the Novesians…”
Piotr DYCZEK
169
An Outstanding Building in the North-western Part of the Episcopal Complex in Novae
Rafał CZERNER
179
Free-standing Towers West from Novae
Pavlina VLADKOVA
187
The Late Roman Principia at the Roman Fort Dimum (Now Belene, Bulgaria)
Gergana KABAKCHIEVA, Sonia LAZAROVA
195
Zur Geschichte der Grabung Iatrus – Krivina
Gerda v. BÜLOW, Klaus WACHTEL
203
Le refugium de l’Antiquité tardive du ІV–V s. pres du village de Ruyno, région de Durostorum (Silistra – Bulgarie)
Georgi ATANASOV
217
Die frühbyzantinische Verteidigungslinie im Östlichen Haemus. Ergebnisse von den Untersuchungen in Eminska Planina
Hristo PRESHLENOV
227
The Roman Camp of Apulum. Archaeological Research in the Principia
Nicolae GUDEA, Constantin INEL, Ovidiu OARGǍ
233
The Legionary Roman Fortress Apulum. Porta principalis dextra. A Proposal for reconstitutions
Nicolae GUDEA, Constantin INEL, Ovidiu OARGǍ, Călin ADAM
243
Troesmis: From the Legionary Fortress to the Byzantine Fortification
Cristina-Georgeta ALEXANDRESCU, Christian GUGL
251
Illuminating the Soldiers’ Homes. The Evidence of Lighting Devices from the Barracks of Forts and Fortresses in Roman Dacia
Monica GUI, Dávid PETRUȚ
259
Closing a Gap. A Roman Fort Rediscovered
Ovidiu ŢENTEA
269
The Archaeological Monuments at the North-Balkan Periphery of the Roman Empire in Old Cartography
Dragoș MĂNDESCU, Ion DUMITRESCU
277
The Remains of the Roman Fort at Kadykovka (Balaklava) in the Crimean Peninsula
Radosław KARASIEWICZ-SZCZYPIORSKI, Oleg Ja. SAVELJA, Radosław A. GAWROŃSKI
285
Sebastopolis – a Fortification of the “Pontic Limes
Alik GABELIA
291
The Udhruh Archaeological Project – the 2011-2012 Field Survey
Mark DRIESSEN, Fawzi ABUDANAH
297
Ancient Campaign Camps at Dura-Europos, Syria: a Preliminary Note
Simon JAMES
307
The Roman Army at Petra
S. Thomas PARKER
313
The Origin of the Ring Buckle Belt and the Persian Wars of the 3rd Century
Stefanie HOSS
319
Innovation at Persia’s Frontiers: Sasanian Campaign Bases and Defensive Barriers
Eberhard W. SAUER, Hamid Omrani REKAVANDI, Tony WILKINSON, Jebrael NOKANDEH
327
Zawiyet el-Agdab – an Unknown Roman Fort in North-western Egypt in the Context of the Roman Saharan Border
Anna-Katharina RIEGER
333
Results of Fieldwork at Berenike (Red Sea Coast), Egypt 2008-2012
Steven E. SIDEBOTHAM
341
Interior Buildings of the Severan Oasis Fort of Gheriat el-Garbia in the Late Roman Period
Michael MACKENSEN, Florian SCHIMMER
351
Reflection on Some Architectural Peculiarities of the Late Roman Principia in Egypt by the Example of Luxor
Dmitry KARELIN
359
The Tetrarchic Fort at Nag’al-Hagar (Upper Egypt) – Excavations in 2005 to 2012
Regina FRANKE
369
La Carisa and the Conquest of Asturia Transmontana (Hispania) per Publius Carisius
Jorge CAMINO MAYOR, Esperanza MARTÍN HERNÁNDEZ
377
Limitless Empire: The Public Commemoration of Soldiers’ Origins
Brian TURNER
387
Dalmatians in the Roman Imperial Fleet
Dino DEMICHELI
391
Roman Military Inscriptions from Siscia: An Overview
Ivan RADMAN-LIVAJA, Vlatka VUKELIĆ
399
The Auxiliary Units in Moesia Superior and Dacia. A Review and an Update
Florian MATEI-POPESCU
407
The Origin of cohors IX Maurorum and the Severan Frontier of Mesopotamia
Kai JUNTUNEN
419
Eusebius’s Onomasticon and the Transfer of the X Fretensis from Jerusalem to Aila
Walter WARD
425
The Roman Army on the Eastern Frontiers in Greco-Roman, Jewish, and Christian Sources: A Comparative Study
Alexander KYRYCHENKO
431
Veterans on the Frontiers
In Search of Veterans of the Roman Army on the Frontier: Material Culture Evidence
Tatiana IVLEVA
437
Are Roman Seal-boxes Evidence for Letter Writing by Auxiliaries, Veterans (or Anyone Else)?
Colin ANDREWS
445
Identifying Discharged Soldiers in the Batavian Countryside (The Netherlands)
Wouter K. VOS
451
Germanic Veterans of the Roman Army in Southern Scandinavia – Can We Identify Them?
Thomas GRANE
459
Les militaires originaires d’Italie à Troesmis. Notes prosopographiques
Lucreţiu MIHAILESCU-BIRLIBA, Iulia DUMITRACHE
465
After the Auxiliaries: Identifying Veterans in 4th Century Britannia
Rob COLLINS
471
Charon Custom and Other Novelties Introduced in the Southern Scandinavian Region – the Result of Returning Veterans?
Mads Drevs DYHRFJELD-JOHNSEN
477
Families and Dependents of Soldiers
“Family” Meals? Who Ate with Whom and Where in Roman Military Bases?
Penelope M. ALLISON, Martin STERRY
487
Roman Military Pay and Soldiers’ Families: The Household Contribution to Subsistence
Elizabeth M. GREENE
495
Commemorating Military and Civilian Families on the Danube Limes
Maureen CARROLL
501
Elite Societies on Display within Military Zones: The Meagre Beginnings of a Leading Municipal Class in Brigetio
Niels BARGFELDT
511
Civil Settlements, Roads and Trade
Military Vici in Roman Spain
Angel MORILLO, Javier SALIDO Dominguez
519
The Beginnings: New Data on the Earliest Settlement Phases at the Aquincum Civil Town
Orsolya LÁNG
531
Recent Excavations on the Amphitheatre of Viminacium (Upper Moesia)
Snežana NIKOLIĆ, Ivan BOGDANOVIĆ
547
Route of the Eastern Road of Viminacium
Ilija DANKOVIĆ
557
Architectural Decoration in the Colony of Ulpia Ratiaria
Zdravko DIMITROV
563
The Municipia of the Province of Moesia Inferior
Ventzislav DINTCHEV
581
Roman Roads in Moesia Inferior. Archaeological and Epigraphic Evidence
Adriana PANAITE
593
The Archaeology of the Roman Town of Abritus: The Status Quaestionis in 2012
Jean-Philippe CARRIÉ, Dominic MOREAU
601
The Kiln Works of the Legio Decima Fretensis: Pottery Production and Distribution
Renate ROSENTHAL-HEGINBOTTOM
611
The Story of Dacian Pots and Dacian Cups. Development through Prehistory and History
Milica TAPAVIČKI-ILIĆ
619
Religion and Burial Rites
The Maryport Altars: New Research and New Conclusions
Ian HAYNES, Tony WILMOTT
629
Syrian Deities, the Army and the Danube Limes. The Case Study of the Sanctuary of Iuppiter Heliopolitanus at Carnuntum
Eva STEIGBERGER
637
Roman Religion and Cults on the Dalmatian Limes
Silvia BEKAVAC
645
The Role of Legatus Augusti Pro Praetore in the Religious Life of Exercitus Moesiae Inferioris
Oleg ALEXANDROV
651
L’aedes du praesidium de Xèron Pelagos (Égypte)
Michel REDDÉ
655
Cult Constructions of the “Pontic Limes” in Abkhazia
Suram SAKANIA
661
Pagans, Christians and Barbarians at the Late Roman Cemeteries of Štrbinci and Zmajevac (NE Croatia)
Branka MIGOTTI
671
Eastern Necropolis of Viminacium – Latest Excavations
Snežana GOLUBOVIĆ, Miomir KORAĆ
681
Dog Burials from the Cemeteries of the Roman City of Viminacium (Moesia Superior, Kostolac, Serbia)
Sonja VUKOVIĆ, Mladen JOVIČIĆ
687
Rome and Barbaricum
Native Settlements on the North Side of Hadrian’s Wall: New Evidence for Their History
Nick HODGSON
705
Barbaricum in Britannia? The Fosse Way as a Frontier to Coin Use
Philippa WALTON
711
Interpreting Celtic Art on the Roman Frontier – the Development of a Frontier Culture in Britain?
Fraser HUNTER
721
Late Roman Influences in Germanic Artwork
Jonas H. SIGURDSSON
729
New Roman Finds from the East Bank of the Lower Rhine in Germany – or Where Did They Put the Border?
Clive BRIDGER
735
Germanic Settlement Structure in the Middle Danube Region as a Complex System of Agent-Based Modeling
Marek VLACH
741
Basis of the International Research Project of the Roman Military Camps in the Barbarian Territory to the North of Carnuntum
Stefan GROH, Balazs KOMOROCZY, Marek VLACH, Helga SEDLMAYER
749
Celtic or Roman? Late La Tène-Style Scabbards with Copper-Alloy or Silver Openwork Plates
Janka ISTENIČ
755
German Elements on the Northern Lower Danube Border during the Late Roman Period
Dorel BONDOC
763
The Presence of Rome in Barbaricum: Archaeological Evidence of the Interaction between Romans and Barbarians in the Targşoru Vechi Area
Bogdan CIUPERCĂ, Andrei MĂGUREANU, Alin ANTON
771
The Northern Barbarians in Strabo’s “Geography”: Tradition and Reality
Liubov GRATSIANSKAYA
781
The Roman Army and the Kingdom of Meroe
Lindsay ALLASON-JONES
785
Interdisciplinary Researches
Was am Ende übrig bleibt… – Römische Bronzestatuen am Limes und im Hinterland in den Provinzen Germania inferior, Germania superior, Belgica und Raetia
Claudia SARGE
793
It Looks like Waste ... but are Valuable Archaeological Artefacts
Annette FRÖLICH
801
Roman Gems from the Limes in the Collection of the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb (Croatia)
Iva KAIĆ
805
Images of Venus on Gems from Novae
Grażyna BĄKOWSKA-CZERNER
809
Roman Military Brick Stamps on the Danubian Limes in Croatia
Vinka BUBIĆ
815
Roman Hoard of Iron Objects – Notae From the Upper Moesian Limes
Jelena Lj. CVIJETIĆ
821
Novae (Moesia II) under the Tetrarchy to the Sole Reign of Constantine I (AD 294-330). Coin Finds and History
Kamen DIMITROV
825
Interdisziplinäre Forschungen im Auxiliarkastell von Breţcu im südöstlichen Siebenbürger
Alexandru POPA
829
Supplying the Limes Garrison in the Dobrogea
Stephen MATTHEWS
839
Towards a Military Geography of Moesia Inferior
Martin LEMKE
845
Metal Detecting for Surveying Marching Camps?
Jaume NOGUERA GUILLÉN, Eduard BLE GIMENO, Pau VALDÉS MATÍAS
853
Remote Sensing on Roman Frontiers
Luftbildprospektionen zu den Militärlagern Vetera castra I auf dem Fürstenberg bei Xanten: Zur praetentura und dem Befestigungssystem des neronischen Zweilegionenlagers
Norbert HANEL, Baoquan SONG
863
Archaeogeophysical Prospection upon the Danube Limes Fort Ad Militare in Batina (2010)
Igor VUKMANIĆ, Branko MUŠIČ
871
Non-destructive Survey in Novae (Lower Moesia)
Agnieszka TOMAS
881
Defining the Roman Limes in Romania: the Contribution of Aerial and Satellite Remote Sensing
Ioana A. OLTEAN, William S. HANSON
889
Porolissum. A Roman Fort and Town on the Northern Frontier of the Roman Empire
Coriolan Horaţiu OPREANU, Vlad-Andrei LĂZĂRESCU
901
The Roman Fort from Călugăreni (Mureş County, Romania)
Szilamér-Péter PÁNCZÉL
909
Running and Expanding the World Heritage Site
WHS FRE (Frontiers of the Roman Empire) – Running and Expanding the World Heritage Site
C. Sebastian SOMMER
919
Corpus Limitis Imperii Romani (CLIR)
Zsolt VISY
923
Classifying the Past: Using Thesauri to Interpret Roman Frontiers
Rebecca JONES
929
Factors Influencing the Future Development of the Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage Site
David BROUGH
933
The Frontiers of the Roman Empire WHS – Public Presentation and Interpretation Planning
Nigel MILLS
941
The Management and Administration of the Transnational Serial World Heritage Property “Frontiers of the Roman Empire”
Christopher YOUNG, Reinhard DIETRICH, Peter HENRICH
949
Recent Advances on the Lower German Limes (German Section). Re-searching the Data as a Basis for Proposing a World Heritage Site
Clive BRIDGER
955
Importance of the EU Large-scale Demonstrator LIMES for the Development of the European Limes Regions
Angela IVANOVA, Franz SCHAFRANSKI
963

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