Daily Recap

Our daily recap located in the Linderberg Cafe.

8. Home away from home

8. Home away from home. Roman frontiers as movers and mixers of people Monday, 22 August 2022, Red Room Session Chairs: Tatiana Ivleva, Stijn Heeren & Pete Wilson Affiliation: Newcastle University, United Kingdom Affiliation co-organiser: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands Affiliation second co-organiser: Rarey Archaeology, United Kingdom Session Abstract: Migration is often treated as a […]

31. Simulating the Limes

31. Simulating the Limes. Challenges to computational modelling in Roman Studies Session Chair: Philip Verhagen Affiliation: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands Session Abstract: The increasing availability of large digital data sets requires archaeologists and historians to develop or adopt new analytical tools in order to detect and understand socio-economic and cultural patterns and to compare […]

26. In the Empire of Desert, Water is the King

26. ‘In the Empire of Desert, Water is the King’. Water, <i>limites</i> and local peoples on the arid frontiers of the Roman Empire Session Chairs: Anna-Katharina Rieger & Mark Driessen Affiliation: University of Graz, Austria / University of Warsaw, Poland Affiliation of co-organiser: Leiden University, the Netherlands Session Abstract: The session aims to have a […]

33. General Session I

33. General Session I Dr. Harry van Enckevort Affiliation: Municipality of Nijmegen, The Netherlands Session abstract: The general session will deal with subjects that do not fit into the other sessions because of the issues raised.  Given the importance of these subjects, they deserve a place on the congress programme. Therefore, this session offers a […]

24. The Limes Moesiae-Scythiae

24. The Limes Moesiae-Scythiae, dynamic landscapes and places Session Chairs: Jonathan Quiery & Matthew Previto Affiliation: Durham University, United Kingdom Affiliation of co-organiser: Stanford University, United States of America Session Abstract: The development of the Roman Limes Moesiae/Scythiae between the first and seventh centuries CE wrought profound alterations to the landscape of the lower Danube. […]

34. New Research Moesia

Phil Nemanja Mrđić Affiliation: Institute of Archaeology Time Presenter (s) Presentation 09.00 Introduction 09.20 Lucretiu Birliba The mobility of soldiers coming from rural milieu of Moesia Inferior: the alae and the cohortes 09.40 Nemanja Mrđić Legionary fortress at Viminacium and the Principia of the VII Claudia Legion 10.00 Piotr Zakrzewski What did and what did […]

23. Small finds everywhere

23. Small finds everywhere Hannes Flück & Orsolya Láng Affiliation: University of Basel, Switzerland Affiliation of co-organiser: BHM Aquincum Museum, Hungary Session Abstract: The smallfinds session at the Limes in Viminacium in 2018 showed clearly the potential of the work with small finds beyond chronology. It seems possible for example to discern settlement with a […]

Poster Session – Expo room

LIMES Congress Posters Session – Expo room 1. Author: Nick Hannon, Historic Environment Scotland Abstract of Poster: Historic Environment Scotland have undertaken a programme of geophysical survey at 10 locations along the frontier, the poster aims to report some of the highlights from this work and discuss the implications of these results. 2. Author: John […]

4. Digital Limes

4. Digital Limes. The use of modern methods and advanced techniques for a better understanding of the Frontier development Monday, 22 August, Karolingenzaal Session Chairs: Roeland Emaus, Maarten Sepers & Wouter Vos Affiliation: Saxion University of Applied Sciences / University Leiden, the Netherlands Affiliation of co-organiser: Saxion University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands Affiliation of […]