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Roman frontier studies 1979

International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies (12th 1979 Stirling)

Roman frontier studies 1979

papers presented to the 12thInternational Congress of Roman Frontier Studies

by International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies (12th 1979 Stirling)

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Published by British Archaeological Reports in Oxford .
Written in English


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Statementedited by W.S. Hanson and L.J.F. Keppie. Part 1.
SeriesBAR -- 71i
ContributionsHanson, William S., Keppie, L. J. F.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14368798M

The irony is that the very importance of Romans is what makes it such a difficult book to study in a serious way. The fact that it speaks to many of the core doctrines of the church also means it’s one of the most argued-about books of the Bible. Scholars of the Roman world owe Mitford an enormous debt. This is a big book, with six chapters and five appendices, totaling some pages of text. The core of the book is the more-thanpage chapter 3: “The Course of the Limes,” i.e., the mountainous eastern edge of the Roman empire in Turkey. This chapter is preceded by a brief.

Romans and Galatians. If gifted, godly men over the centuries have found matter and 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.". This summary report is intended to keep readers abreast of the more recent work on the Solway frontier; and at the same time to discredit many of the highly subjective views and unsupported assertions published by R. L. Bellhouse in the previous volume of this journal, and also to present a summary of the current programme being undertaken along the Solway Frontier.

Heritage List Entry Summary for Palisade Ditches, Part Of Roman Frontier Defences Along Cumbrian Coast, Roman Camp & Road And Part Of Romano-British Field System,M North Of Silloth Farm. In the first and second centuries A.D., Roman soldiers were forbidden legitimate marriage during service: nevertheless, many soldiers formed "de facto" marriages. This book examines the legal, social, and cultural aspects of the marriage prohibition and soldiers' families. The first section covers the marriage prohibition in Roman literary and legal s: 1.


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About the Author. Mike Dobson is Director of Humanities Computing and Director of Studies for Information Technology at the University of Exeter. Valerie Maxfield is Professor of Roman Archaeology at the University of Exeter.3/5(1).

Roman Frontier Studies: papers presented to the 12th International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies - British Archaeological Reports International Series (Paperback) W. Hanson (volume editor), L. Keppie (volume editor)Format: Paperback. Nijmegen: ROB excavations,in the Roman forts, cemeteries, and canabae legionis / J.H.F.

Bloemers --Early Roman harbours in Velsen / Jaap Morel, Maarten Derk de Weerd --Research on the limes of Germania Inferior (German part), / C.B. Rüger --Roman military settlement of Asciburgium: topography and chronology / Tilmann Bechert --Zur Datierung der Holzbauperioden des.

APA Citation. Hanson, W.L. (Eds.) () Roman frontier studies papers presented to the 12th International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies. In Frontiers of the Roman Empire, C. Whittaker examines the Roman frontiers both in terms of what they meant to the Romans and in their military, economic, and social function.

Observing that frontiers are rarely, if ever, static, Whittaker argues that the very success of the Roman frontiers as permeable border zones sowed the seeds of their Cited by: ‘Typology and Late Roman Fortification: the Case of the Diocletianic Type’ in W.

Hanson and L.J.F. Keppie, eds. Roman Frontier Studies Papers presented to the 12th International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports. 3: Isaac, B., "Trade Routes to Arabia and the Roman Army," Roman Frontier Studies ed.

Hanson and L.J.F. Keppie, Part III (Oxford BAR ) [BAR S Roman Frontier Studies, XII] Parker, S. Thomas, "New Light on the Roman Frontier in Arabia," Akten des Internationalen Kimeskongresses,in Carnuntum (Wien: Österr. Akad. Books > Roman Frontier Studies; Roman Frontier Studies.

Editor(s): Eric Birley Brian Dobson Michael G. Jarrett. January pages xmm Hardback - ; About the Editor(s) Eric Birley Eric Birley is an editor of Roman Frontier Studies.

Read more. Brian Dobson Brian Dobson is an editor of Roman Frontier Studies. This article addresses questions relating to the ‘Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage Site’ and seeks to introduce into this initiative some concepts derived from recent writings on contemporary mobilities and bordering, exploring the possibility of creating greater engagement between the two academic fields of ‘border studies’ and ‘Roman Frontier Studies’.

Frontiers of the Roman Empire The ‘Roman Limes’ represents the border line of the Roman Empire at its greatest extent in the 2nd century AD. It stretched over 5, km from the Atlantic coast of northern Britain, through Europe to the Black Sea, and from there to.

Lindsay Allason-Jones has been at the forefront of small finds and Roman frontier research for 40 years in a career focussed on, but not exclusive to, the north of Britain, encompassing an enormous range of object types and subject areas.

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. 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.

The North-West Frontier of the Roman Empire: proposed as a World Heritage Site (Historic Scotland, Edinburgh ); D.J. Breeze and S. Jilek (edd.), Frontiers of the Roman Empire: the European Dimension of a World Heritage Site (Historic Scotland, Edinburgh ).

E.L. Wheeler, ‘The Legion as Phalanx’, Chiron 9 () at 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.

Roman frontier studies: proceedings of the XVth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies edited by Valerie A.

Maxfield & Michael J. Dobson. Exeter: University of. The thousands of surviving inscriptions in Middle Aramaic (e.g., in the Nabataean, Syriac and Palmyrene dialects) are an underused resource in the study of the Near East in the Roman period, especially in the study of religion and law.

Particularly. 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 Hanson, W S () The first Roman occupation of Scotland, in Hanson, W S and Keppie, L J F Roman Frontier studies Papers presented to the 12th International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Brit Archaeol Rep, International, vol.S71, 1 Oxford Moffat, Alistair.

The Roman Frontiers from the viewpoint of a European Archaeologist of today (Eduard Nemeth) The attraction of opposites: Owen Lattimore and studies of the Inner Asian frontiers of China (Naomi Standen) Changing Presents Interpret the Past, AD The Frontier on the Limes and the Upper Danube (Peter S.

Wells) Civil Settlements (Session. Prof. Breeze is the chairman of the International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, and the author of several works on the subject, including The Antonine Wall.

As he points out in his introduction, the study of Rome’s very extensive frontiers and borderlands has grown in recent decades, but some unanswered questions still remain.Although the Roman empire was one of the longest lasting in history, it was never ideologically conceived by its rulers or inhabitants as a territory within fixed limits.

Yet the Roman armies clearly reached certain points - which today we call frontiers - where they simply stopped advancing and annexing new territories. In Frontiers of the Roman Empire C. R. Whittaker examines the Roman 4/5(1).Frontiers in the Roman World, by Olivier Hekster & Ted Kaizer, editors.

Leiden & Boston: Brill, Pp. xii, Illus., tables, notes, index. $ ISBN: X. The relatively new discipline of frontier studies is one of the more vibrant scholarly fields, and this volume in the Brill series “Impact of Empire” embodies the proceedings of a conference on the Roman frontier.