35. New research Dacia

35. New research Dacia Session Chair: Dr. Rada Varga Affiliation: Babes-Bolyai University The present session brings forth a series of new researches and undertakings regarding the limes and military life in province Dacia. Ranging from questions of provincial borders to analyses of Roman camps, and from contextualization of small finds to interpretation of monumental inscriptions, the […]

13. Childhood on the Roman frontiers

13. Childhood on the Roman frontiers Session Chair: Maureen Caroll Affiliation: University of York, United Kingdom Session Abstract: Recent studies on aspects of childhood in the Roman world have been reshaping the study of children in antiquity, especially in advocating interdisciplinarity to counterbalance the dominance of literary and documentary approaches towards illuminating children’s lives in […]

11. Roman military activities during the Republic

11. Recent research into the Roman military activities during the Republic. Archaeological evidence Session Chairs: Janka Istenic & Angel Morillo Cerdan Affiliation: National Museum of Slovenia, Slovenia Affiliation of co-organiser: Universitad Complutense de Madrid, Spain Session Abstract: The Roman army played an important, often pivotal role in the expansion of Roman supremacy. Evidence of Roman […]

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 […]


9. FINES. The mechanisms and politics of frontier collapse, and the afterlife of frontier installations Wednesday, 24 August 2022, Red Room Session Chair: Rob Collins Affiliation: Newcastle University, United Kingdom Session Abstract: The realpolitik of the Western Roman Empire saw its fragmentation and collapse occur throughout the 5th century AD, with different processes of imperial […]

36. Germany

Session Chair: Clive Bridger Affiliation: retired, (formerly Amt fur Bodendenkmalpflege im Rheinland, Xanten) Time Presenter (s) Presentation 09.00 Clive Bridger Introduction 09.20 Sabine Hornung From Caesar to Late Antiquity – Landscape archaeological research in the vicinity of the Hermeskeil fortress (Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany) 09.40 Sebastian Gairhos The rediscovery of Augsburg-Oberhausen 10.00 Tilmann Bechert Claudius oder doch […]

23. Small finds everywhere

23. Small finds everywhere Session Chairs: 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 […]