Skip to main content
The present day Danube border of Bulgaria constituted, at different times between the beginnings of 1st century AD to the last quarter of 7th century, an integral part of the northern border of the Roman Empire – the so-called Danube... more
    • by 
    •   3  
      Roman History, Roman Archaeology, Roman Fortifications
Cassius Dio wrote his 80-book Roman History in Attic Greek prose at a time when others were also creating gargantuan works in Attic Greek prose. As such, Dio is often referred to as a writer of the “Second Sophistic”, despite lacking some... more
    • by 
    •   4  
      Roman History, Second Sophistic, Cassius Dio, Bilingualism in the Ancient world
Journal: IBERIA-COLCHIS (Researches on the Archaeology and History of Georgia in the Classical and Early Medieval Period) 2013. # 8. (GEORGIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM). In the present journal (# 8) the authors consider some issues related to... more
    • by 
    •   8  
      History, Archaeology, Classical Archaeology, Roman History
Resenha do livro "Moeda e poder em Roma: um mundo em transformação" de Cláudio Umpierre Carlan.
    • by 
    •   14  
      Cultural History, Archaeology, Classical Archaeology, Roman History
    • by 
    •   20  
      Ancient History, Cultural History, Archaeology, Classical Archaeology
... Imperador houvera tolerância quanto outras religiões que não fosse a cristã. Segundo Carlan, em conseqüência das constantes guerras, o Império Romano ... Agradecimentos Aos colegasLeandro Hecko e Katia Teonia, pela oportunidade de... more
    • by 
    •   13  
      Ancient History, Cultural History, Archaeology, Classical Archaeology
    • by 
    •   20  
      Philosophy, Roman History, History of Ideas, Political Theory
    • by 
    •   16  
      Military History, Geography, Roman History, Geoarchaeology
During 2010 AD rescue archaeological excavation was carried out at the 3 Radičevića Street site in Osijek (Roman Mursa) (on a surface comprising 275 m2) by the experts of the Archaeological Museum in Osijek. A small number of finds from... more
    • by 
    •   19  
      Archaeology, Roman History, Roman Frontiers (Archaeology), Archaeology of Roman Pannonia
    • by 
    •   12  
      History, Ancient History, Classics, Roman History
This essay (in German) provides a short overview of the different types of wax-coated wooden writing-tablets and their wide-spread use for innumerable purposes the Roman World. It also describes the methods used (and difficulties... more
    • by 
    •   6  
      History, Ancient History, Classics, Roman History
Sicily. Island of myths and monsters, meeting place of cultures, hub of naval trade routes, source of artistic inspiration and of great material wealth, and much-coveted strategic location in the Mediterranean. Phoenician and Greek... more
    • by 
    •   20  
      Ancient History, Archaeology, Classical Archaeology, Oceanography
During the French Revolution, images and descriptions of the Roman Senate were ubiquitous. They were present in the history paintings of Jacques-Louis David, in the speeches of the Revolutionaries, and in the histories of Rome, which were... more
    • by 
    •   7  
      History, Roman History, French Revolution, Literary studies
Este artigo tem por objetivo delinear a atuacao da regiao da Samaria, assim como da comunidade samaritana, no processo historico iniciado pela chegada efetiva dos romanos a Palestina – em 63 aEC –. Para este fim, serao analisados os... more
    • by 
    •   5  
      Roman History, Art, ROMAN HISTORY, Ancient Judea
Qu’est-ce qu’une frontière romaine, comment se construit-elle ? Quelles limites le pouvoir romain conçoit-il à l’étendue territoriale de sa puissance et de ses provinces ? Telles sont les questions que pose cet ouvrage à travers l’étude... more
    • by 
    •   20  
      Roman History, Art, Roman Army, Roman North Africa (Archaeology)
    • by 
    •   11  
      Ancient History, Cultural History, Roman History, Literature
Le détroit de Gibraltar est le produit d’une longue construction historique, comme en témoignent ses appellations successives, du détroit de Gadès à la « montagne de Tariq ». Cet espace a en effet été progressivement façonné par les... more
    • by  and +1
    •   13  
      Roman History, Medieval Islam, Gibraltar, Al-Andalus
    • by 
    •   13  
      Roman History, Humanities, Art, Roman Pottery
Descriptions of the administration of imperial domains in Africa Proconsularis share much common ground in their interpretations. The literature features a widespread emphasis on the special role of the governments of Trajan and Hadrian... more
    • by 
    •   9  
      Ancient History, Classical Archaeology, Roman History, North Africa Studies
Pierre Grimal’s 1943 thesis on Roman gardens, the birth of archaeology of gardens and the recent opening of museum spaces dedicated to Roman gardens are three founding moments of the modern history of gardens. Since the Renaissance... more
    • by 
    •   6  
      History, Roman History, History of Historiography, Roman gardens