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28. Revisiting Roman imports

28. Revisiting Roman imports beyond the frontier. Investigating processes of movement Thomas Schierl, Fraser Hunter, Szilvia Bíró & Thomas Grane  Affiliation: Mühlhausen Museums, Germany Affiliation of co-organiser: National Museum of Scotland, United Kingdom Affiliation of co-organiser: Museum Savaria, Szombathely (HU) Affiliation of co-organiser: National Museum of Denmark (DK) Session Abstract: Finds of Roman objects outside […]

15. Rome’s hunger for metals

15. Rome’s hunger for metals. Roman mining in and outside the provinces and the part of the Roman military Session Chairs: Markus Scholz & Daniel Burger-Völlmecke Affiliation: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Germany Affiliation of co-organiser: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Germany Session Abstract: The development of raw material sources, especially mineral resources, was one of the main motives of Roman […]

1. Roman imperialism I

1. Roman imperialism and early frontier formation. The creation-reshuffling of tribal (id)entities Wednesday, 24 August 2022, Lindenbergzaal Session Chairs: Nico Roymans, Manuel Fernàndez-Götz & Erik Graafstal Affiliation: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands Affiliation of co-organiser: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom Affiliation second co-organiser: city of Utrecht, the Netherlands Session Abstract: In the past decade Roman […]

32. Frontiers of the Roman Empire

32. Frontiers of the Roman Empire. World Heritage across three continents Marinus Polak, René Ployer & Stéphanie Guédon Affiliation: Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands Affiliation of co-organiser: Bundesdenkmalamt Österreich, Austria Affiliation of second co-organiser: Université de Limoges Session Abstract: Since the early 2000s it has been the ambition to create a UNESCO World Heritage Site […]

19. Wall to Wall

Tony Wilmott Affiliation: Historic England, United Kingdom Session Abstract: Hadrian’s Wall and the Great Wall of China are the subject of a partnership developed between Historic England and the Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage (CACH) under the title ‘Wall to Wall’. This is designed to share information and explore possibilities in the research, conservation and […]