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The Native Pottery Of Roman Dacia

Author: Mircea Negru
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports Limited
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Based on the author's thesis, this study focuses on local hand-made Late Iron Age pottery traditions of Dacia, a region which was to become a Roman province in 106 AD. Mircea Negru presents a typology of nature hand-made storage, kitchen and tablewares and argues that these types of ceramics continued to be produced even after the first Roman colonists arrived due to local demand, conservatism and the sheer popularity of these vessels among the local population.

The Roman Empire And Beyond

Author: Eric C. De Sena
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports
ISBN: 9781407307985
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In 2006 and 2007, the editors of this volume organized sessions at the annual meetings of the European Association of Archaeologists (Cracow, Poland and Zadar, Croatia) entitled The Roman Empire and Beyond in response to the increasing amount of archaeological work being conducted in Central and Eastern Europe, areas where the Roman Empire met Barbaricum. The sessions concerned three general themes: the development of Romes older Central/Eastern provinces, Roman-Native interactions within the Empire and along Romes frontier zone, and Native-Roman interactions in Barbaricum. This book is based upon the two EAA sessions, whilst additional papers were solicited from several scholars who had not attended the EAA meetings, but whose work was deemed highly relevant for this volume. Contents: 1) Introduction (Eric C. De Sena); 2) Maritime Villas on the Eastern Adriatic Coast (Roman Histria and Dalmatia) (Vlasta Begovic and Ivancica Schrunk); 3) The Emperor and the City: a Case Study on the Link between Hadrian and Philippopolis, Thace (Ivo Topalilov); 4) Early Christian imports and local imitations of imported goods in the territory of the Central Balkans (Olivera Ilic); 5) Western Germanic Tribes and the Romanization of Central European Barbaricum (Artur Blazejewski); 6) Roman or Barbarian? Provincial Models in a Sarmatian Pottery Center on the Danube Frontier (Valeria Kulcsar and Dora Merai); 7) Romans and Barbarians: Some Remarks on Cultural Contact, Influence and Material Culture (Eduard Krekovic); 8) The Roman-Age Settlement at Csengersima-Petea and Pottery Workshops from the Upper Tisza Basin (Robert Gindele and Eszter Istvanovits); 9) Barbaricus pagus ferrariensis (Szymon Orzechowski); 10) The Barbarians and Roman Dacia. War, Trade and Cultural Interaction (Coriolan Opreanu); 11) Influence and Observation: Towards a more Concrete Understanding of the Roman-Dacian limes (Daniel Weiss); 12) Through the Looking Glass: Perceptions of Ethnic and National Identity in the Roman Balkans and Beyond (Eric C. De Sena).

European Prehistory

Author: Sarunas Milisauskas
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461507510
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Sarunas Milisauskas· 1.1 INTRODUCTION The purpose of this book is four-fold: to introduce English-speaking students and scholars to some of the outstanding archaeological research that has been done in Europe in recent years; to integrate this research into an anthropological frame of reference; to address episodes of culture change such as the transition to farming; the origin of complex societies, and the origin of urbanism, and to provide an overview of European prehistory from the earliest appearance of humans to the rise of the Roman empire. In 1978, the Academic Press published my book European Prehistory which, typically for that period, emphasized cultural evolution, culture process, technology, environment, and economy. To produce a new version and an up- to-date prehistory of Europe, I have invited contributions from specialists in the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages. Thus while this version of European Prehistory is a new book, however, it still incorporates some data from the 1978 version, particularly in The Present Environment and Neolithic chapters. Like its predecessor, this edition is structured around selected general topics, such as technology, trade, settlement, warfare, and ritual.

The Barbarian S Beverage

Author: Max Nelson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134386729
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Comprehensive and detailed, this is the first ever study of ancient beer and its distilling, consumption and characteristics Examining evidence from Greek and Latin authors from 700 BC to AD 900, the book demonstrates the important technological as well as ideological contributions the Europeans made to beer throughout the ages. The study is supported by textual and archaeological evidence and gives a fresh and fascinating insight into an aspect of ancient life that has fed through to modern society and which stands today as one of the world’s most popular beverages. Students of ancient history, classical studies and the history of food and drink will find this an useful and enjoyable read.