TitleTransforming Borders in Late Antiquity: A Panoramic View, II - Middle and Lower Danube Provinces
Date/TimeWednesday 6 July 2022: 16.30-18.00
OrganiserMateusz Fafinski, Max-Weber-Kolleg für kultur- und sozialwissenschaftliche Studien, Universität Erfurt
Moderator/ChairAstrid Schmölzer, Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften, Denkmalwissenschaften und Kunstgeschichte, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
Paper 1325-a What Happened When Roman Frontiers Collapsed: The Lower Danube Limes Zone in the 7th to 8th Centuries
(Language: English)
Alexander Sarantis, Wydział Historii, Uniwersytet Warszawski
Index Terms: Administration; Archaeology - General; Social History
Paper 1325-b Warrior Graves in Border Zones: an Archaeological Glance at the Lower Danube
(Language: English)
Regina M. Molitor, Graduiertenkolleg 2304 'Byzanz und die euromediterranen Kriegskulturen: Austausch, Abgrenzung, Rezeption', Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Index Terms: Archaeology - Sites; Geography and Settlement Studies; Military History
Paper 1325-c In the Service of Rome?: Mobility and Ethnic Interpretation of the Shield Bosses with a Star-Shaped Flange and Faceted / Fluted Bowls along the Roman Danube Frontier
(Language: English)
Marko Jelusić, Zentrum für Kulturgüterschutz, Donau-Universität Krems
Index Terms: Archaeology - General; Military History
AbstractThese sessions offer an archaeological as well as historical approach to Roman border regions. We define these territories as complex areas of interaction, combining both Roman and non-Roman elements, differing from the Imperium and the Barbaricum. Frontier zones and societies saw a specific regional and local milieu in the Near East, North Africa, Britain or along the Danube and the Rhine. Are there supra-regional similarities, are the socio-political conditions all too different?