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Vala Lui Traian

You will search in vain for a reference to the Vatu tui Traian in any modern book on Roman frontiers.

The Defense Wall in Palmyra

After recent Syrian excavations.

Valu Lui Traian

Rediscovering a 'lost' Roman frontier.

Valu Lui Traian

Rediscovering a 'lost' Roman frontier.

Lussonium Paks

Best practice of a Roman Park in Hungary.

The Danube Limes in Slovakia

 Ancient Roman Monuments on the Middle Danube, Nomination for World Heritage Status.

The Construction of Hadrian's Wall

The purpose of this thesis is to examine all the processes necessary to build theWall

Frontiers of Knowledge

A research framework for Hadrian's Wall.

Evolution of Roman Defences on the Danube.

The evolution of the Roman Defence Systems and Fortifications in the Lower Danube provinces in the first and second centuries AD.

The Roman Army in Pannonia

Archaeological Guide of the Ripa Pannonica.

Rough Castle Roman Fort

Just under two miles west of the centre of Falkirk, and just over half a mile west of the Falkirk Wheel (and connected to it by footpaths)

Military activities on Rome’s frontier

The evidence of aerial archaeology.

Roman Military Camp Found in Germany

Missing link in Roman conquest of Germany a 'sensational find'.

The Roman Army in its Landscape Setting

Maps of the Roman empire tend to reflect the political entity.

The Definition of River Frontiers

In most countries in the centre of Europe, the frontier followed natural boundaries like rivers such as the Rhine and the Danube.

Tags: Roman Limes
The Defensive System of Roman Dacia

THE provisions in the will of Augustus concerning the boundaries of Roman empire came to be disregarded.

Reconstructions on the German-Raetian Limes

Archaeologists in north-west Europe are faced with the challenge of bringing their understanding of the records

The Roman Limes in Hungary

The Roman Empire reached its near full extent during the reign of Emperor Augustus.

Forts, fields and towns

Communities in Northwest Transylvania from the first century BC to the fifth century AD.

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