3 edition of early Roman frontier in the upper Rhine area found in the catalog.
early Roman frontier in the upper Rhine area
Marcia L. Okun
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-297).
|Statement||Marcia L. Okun.|
|Series||BAR international series ;, 547|
|LC Classifications||DD53 .O36 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||90165774|
From the death of Augustus (A.D. 14) till after A.D. 70 Rome accepted as her German frontier the water-boundary of the Rhine and upper Danube. Beyond these rivers she held only the fertile plain of Frankfort, opposite the Roman border fortress of Moguntiacum (Mainz), the southernmost slopes of the Black Forest and a few scattered tétes-du-pont. PROBUS D Authentic Genuine Ancient Roman Coin Ares Mars War God i $ By the end of the year, the revolt had significantly abated, and Maximian moved the bulk of his forces to the Rhine frontier, heralding a period of stability. Maximian led a surprise invasion of the Agri Decumates - a region between the upper Rhine and.
The Rhine River spans Central Europe and Western Europe. It flows through or along the borders of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, France and The is a major navigation way and played an important role in history and culture of Europe.. Understand . The Rhine is 1, km long, from its source(s) in the Swiss Alps of Graubünden to its delta estuary on the North Sea. In 15 BC an independent fleet was installed at the Lake Constance. Later, the generals Drusus and Tiberius used the Navy extensively, when they tried to extend the Roman frontier to the Elbe. In 12 BC Drusus ordered the construction of a fleet of 1, ships and sailed them along the Rhine .
John Murray - A Hand-Book for Travellers on the Continent - Roman gate at Kastrich (from Latin "castra", fortified camp) and a relief on one of the stones. Mayence has been from very early times a frontier . It considers the specific case of acculturation in the Upper Rhine during the early Roman period and attempts to demonstrate how archaeological material can be used to evaluate social changes.
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The early Roman frontier in the upper Rhine area: assimilation and acculturation on a Roman frontier. [Marcia L Okun] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marcia L Okun.
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[Marcia L Okun] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marcia L Okun. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Zugl.: Diss. Although the border was not a continuous wall, a series of fortifications known as Gask Ridge in mid-Scotland may well be Rome's earliest fortified land frontier.
Constructed in the 70CE or 80CE, it was superseded by the later Hadrian's Wall forty years later and. With a length of kilometer, the Rhine is one of the longest rivers in Europe. Its sources are in the Swiss Alps, in an area that is connected by the Splügen Pass with Lake Como and Italy.
The two mountain streams unite at Reichenau near Chur (ancient Curia). From this confluence, the river flows to the Bodensee, a big lake, kilometers. The eastern borders changed many times, as the Roman Empire was facing two major powers, The Parthian Empire and the Sasanian Parthians were a group of Iranian peoples ruling most of Greater Iran that is in modern-day Iran, western Iraq, Armenia and the Caucasus.
The Sasanians succeeded the Parthians in – and were recognised as one of the leading world powers. Your cart is empty. Cart; Lists. Public lists; MSHM - Don G. Nicolini; MSHM - Orient ; DRAS - Acquisitions juillet Okun, M.L., The early Roman frontier in the Upper Rhine area.
Assimilation and acculturation on a Roman frontier, Oxford (British Archaeological Reports international series ). Ortner, S., Theory in anthropology since the sixties, Comparative studies in society and hist – Under the emperor Augustus, Roman rule was carried as far as the Rhine and the Danube.
On the far side of these rivers, the Germans were pushed back only in the small area contained within the Germano-Raetian limes (fortified frontier) from about 70 ce.
The pressure of population was soon evident once more among the German peoples. Rhine River - Rhine River - History: The effects of rivers on the regions through which they flow tend to alternate between trends toward unifying the regions culturally and politically and making a political boundary of the river.
Of this phenomenon the Rhine is a classic example. During prehistoric times the same culture groups existed on both banks; similarly, in early historic times. a sustainable farming system to supply the Roman army should not be confined to the Dutch river area.
In the upper Rhine valley, between Strasbourg (France) and Basel (Switzerland), where the geological and geomorphological conditions are quite different, the development of the Roman Frontier in the early.
The approximately kilometer-long (ca. miles) border area follows the course of the Rhine River and was a frontier during Roman times. Read more: What do tourists want to see in Germany. ROME IN THE TEUTOBURG FOREST, by James L. Venckus, LCDR, pages. This paper examines the battle of Teutoburg (9 A.D.), its consequences on the Roman world, and the role cultural misunderstanding played on the tactical, operational, and strategic levels.
Germanic peoples, also called Teutonic Peoples, any of the Indo-European speakers of Germanic languages. The origins of the Germanic peoples are obscure. During the late Bronze Age, they are believed to have inhabited southern Sweden, the Danish peninsula, and northern Germany between the Ems River on the west, the Oder River on the east, and the Harz Mountains on the south.
All content in this area was uploaded by Greg Woolf on The Early Roman Empire in the West. Oxford: Oxbow. Books. of the Roman Frontier. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Mainz/Mogontiacum as a military basis and subsequent capital of the province Germania superior is crucial to the understanding of the Roman occupation and military history of the Rhine area.
Limes (plural limites) is a modern term used primarily for the Germanic border defence or delimiting system of Ancient Rome marking the Borders of the Roman Empire, but it was not used by the Romans for this purpose. The term has been extended to refer to the frontier defences in other parts of the empire, such as in the east and in Africa.
The Limes is often associated with Roman forts, but. Agri Decumates Last updated Decem The Roman Empire in AD and Germania, with some Germanic tribes mentioned by Tacitus in AD 98 The Limes Germanicus and the Agri Decimates The Upper Germanic & Raetian Limes Alemannic expansion and Roman-Alemannic battle sites, 3rd to 5th century.
The Agri Decumates or Decumates Agri were a region of the Roman Empire's provinces. Germania Superior ("Upper Germania") was an imperial province of the Roman comprised an area of today's western Switzerland, the French Jura and Alsace regions, and southwestern ant cities were Besançon (), Strasbourg (Argentoratum), Wiesbaden (Aquae Mattiacae), and Germania Superior's capital, Mainz (Mogontiacum).It comprised the Middle Rhine, bordering on.
Okun, Early Roman Frontier M.L. Ohm, The Early Roman Frontier in the Upper Rhine Area, BAR Int. Series 54 7 (). Forteresse romaine a 1' embouchure de la riviere Porecka dans les Portes de Fer. The main advancement of the period in this area, was the upgrading of the upper Rhine and Danube frontiers, first of forts and lines of communications to a fortified line with forts, look-out posts, a palisade or stone wall, and a defensive ditch.
This advancement created a fixed and visible frontier line. The Roman Empire (60 BCE CE) quizzes about important details and events in every section of the book.
Around the same time, L.A. Saturninus, an imperial legate from the upper Rhine area, revolted. He had allied with the Barbarian Chatti across the Rhine, but as the river thawed early that spring, they were unable to cross to assist him.But while common in some places, this pattern does not apply to the regions of the northern Rhine frontier, between the Rhine and the Weser, where Roman materials of this date are much less plentiful.
Moving beyond the immediate frontier zone to the area up .Lower Rhine (German: Niederrhein) is a region in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany along the river Rhine below (or geographically - north of) the Cologne of the immediate banks of the river, it includes the lowlands extending westwards of it until the Dutch border.
Düsseldorf, the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, is included in the region, alongside the.