ARHEOLOGIE

ORBIS ROMANUS AND BARBARICUM. THE BARBARIANS AROUND THE PROVINCE OF DACIA AND THEIR RELATIONS WITH THE ROMAN EMPIRE
(SERIA PATRIMONIUM ARCHAEOLOGICUM TRANSYLVANICUM. 14)

Edited by: Vitalie Bârcă

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ISBN 978-606-543-755-5
Anul apariției: 2016
Format: A4
Nr. pagini: 366
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CONTENTS

Florian Matei-Popescu, Ovidiu Ţentea
The Eastern Frontier of Dacia. A Gazetteer of the Forts and Units

Coriolan Horațiu Opreanu, Cristian Găzdac
Deceiving the Barbarians? A Roman Golden Forgery from a Frontier Marketplace at Porolissum (Romania) and its Archaeological Context

Sorin Cociș, George Bounegru
Again on the Barbarian brooches from Roman Dacia

Horațiu Cociș
Linear Fortifications on the North–Western Frontier of Dacia Porolissensis. An Overview

Dan Matei
The Dacian groups of population and the abandoned castra in the (former) territory of the province(s) of Dacia

Ioan Carol Opriș, Alexandru Rațiu
Roman customs station from Capidava. Statio for publicum portorii Illyrici in the 2nd century AD and a hypothetical model for interactions with Barbaricum in the 4th century AD

Marius Ardeleanu
Roman imports from north-western Romania. Statistic view and historical notes

Robert Gindele
The Barbarian settlement at Tășnad-Sere (Satu Mare County). The rescue excavations of 2015

Sorin Bulzan, Cristian-Claudiu Filip
Stamped Pottery discovered in the Roman Period Settlement from Margine, Bihor County

George Dan Hânceanu
Roman Imports in the Settlement of the Free Dacians at Roşiori (Neamţ County)

Alexandru Popa
Roman Amphorae beyond the frontiers of the Roman provinces of Dacia and Moesia Inferior

Costin Croitoru
On the lamps discovered in the east-Carpathian Barbaricum

Vitalie Bârcă
Disc brooches of box/capsule type (Dosenfibel/Kapselfibel) in the Sarmatian environment of the Great Hungarian Plain. A few notes on their dating and origin

Lavinia Grumeza, Adrian Ursuțiu
The Sarmatian Cemetery from Nădlac 3M North

Claudia Radu
Anthropological Analyses of the Skeletons Discovered in the Sarmatian Cemetery Nădlac 3 M North

Erwin Gáll, Norbert Kapcsos, Theodor Isvoranu, András Iván
From absolutization to relativization: the hoard from Valea-Strâmbă (Hu: Tekerőpatak)-Kápolnaoldal revisited

Florin-Gheorghe Fodorean
Beyond the Roman world. Aspects concerning the geographical knowledge outside the frontiers: the extreme East and India in the Peutinger map

Richard A. Mason
An Amateur Archaeologist at Athanaric’s Wall: James Berry in Tecuci (1917)