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Vlpia Noviomagvs, Roman Nijmegen

W. J. H. Willems

Vlpia Noviomagvs, Roman Nijmegen

the Batavian capital at the imperial frontier

by W. J. H. Willems

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Published by Journal of Roman Archaeology in Portsmouth, R.I .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Romeinse oudheid,
  • Roman Antiquities,
  • Archeologie

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [191]-204).

    Statement[edited] by Willem J.H. Willems and Harry van Enckevort ; with contributions by Peter van den Broeke ... [et al.].
    SeriesJournal of Roman archaeology. Supplementary series -- no. 73, Journal of Roman archaeology -- no. 73
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDJ411.N6 V56 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination204 p. :
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25353335M
    ISBN 101887829733
    ISBN 109781887829731
    LC Control Number2009517635
    OCLC/WorldCa419811866

    Organizacja przestrzeni i administracja cywilnych osiedli przy rzymskich obozach legionowych. Castra et canabae legionis. Organizacja przestrzeni i administracja cywilnych osiedli przy rzymskich obozach legionowych. H. van Enckevort, Vlpia Noviomagvs – Roman Nijmegen. The Batavian Capital at the Imperial Frontier, JRA Supplem Author: Agnieszka Tomas. Vlpia Noviomagvs = Roman Nijmegen, the Batavian capital at the imperial frontier () maakt de resultaten van Nijmeegse opgravingen en onderzoek van vier generaties archeologen voor het eerst voor een groot en internationaal publiek toegankelijk. Het boek is geheel gewijd aan de Romeinse periode in Nijmegen.

    Projekt Dyabola Blog. beta2. Vlpia Noviomagvs. Roman Nijmegen. The Batavian capital at the imperial frontier. (Portsmouth, Journal of Roman Archaeology, ), (Journal of Roman Archaeology. Supplementary series, 73) The Roman book. Books, publishing and performance in classical Rome. (London, Duckworth, ).   Oppidum Batavorum was destroyed by fire during the Batavian Revolt in 70 AD and a new settlement was built one and a half kilometres to the west: .

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Roman city of Noviomagus. Oppidum Batavorum was destroyed by fire during the Batavian Revolt in 70 AD and a new settlement was built one and a half kilometres to the west: Noviomagus, which means 'New Market'.

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73 by Harry Van Enckevort Hardcover, Pages, Published by Journal Of Roman Archaeology ISBNISBN: S73 VLPIA NOVIOMAGVS – ROMAN NIJMEGEN. THE BATAVIAN CAPITAL AT THE IMPERIAL FRONTIER, by Willem J. Willems and Harry van Enckevort; S72 ETHNICITY, CONQUEST AND RECRUITMENT: TWO CASE STUDIES FROM THE NORTHERN MILITARY PROVINCES, by the late Vivien Swan; S71 AN ISLAND THROUGH TIME: JERBA STUDIES volume 1.

Supplement 73 S73  VLPIA NOVIOMAGVS  – ROMAN NIJMEGEN. THE BATAVIAN CAPITAL AT THE IMPERIAL FRONTIER, by Willem J. Willems and Harry van Enckevort.

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