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Africa, Egypt and the Danubian provinces of the Roman Empire : population, military and religious interactions (2nd-3rd centuries AD) / edited by Ştefana Cristea, Călin Timoc and Eric Charles De Sena
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Appartient aux collections: BAR, 0143-3067, 3058, Oxford, 1978-, International series, https://reseau-mirabel.info/revue/10197
Publication: Oxford : BAR Publishing, 2021 Description: 1 vol. (VII-98 p.) : ill., cartes, plans ; 30 cmCollection : BAR International Series; 3058Titre de forme: Congrès, Timişoara (Roumanie), National Museum of Banat, 2018ISBN: 9781407359045.Langue: Anglais ; Français ; de résumé, AnglaisPays: Royaume-Uni Auteur principal: Cristea, Ştefana, 19..-...., Directeur de publication Co-auteur: Timoc, Calin, 1974-...., Directeur de publication; De Sena, Eric C., 19..-...., Directeur de publication Collectivité co-auteur: National Museum of Banat, Timişoara, Romania, Organisateur de réunion Résumé: This volume is the product of a symposium ‘Africa and the Danubian Provinces of the Roman Empire’ (July 29-30, 2018) which took place in Timișoara and was organized by the National Museum of Banat, the Center for Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Studies (Babeș-Bolyai University) Cluj-Napoca, and the West University Timișoara. One of the keynote speakers was the director of the Center for Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Studies, Prof. Dr Alexandru Diaconescu. Unfortunately, he passed away much too soon during the volume editing process, and this volume is dedicated to his memory. The chapters present case studies on the Egyptian and African military and civilian presence in the Danubian provinces, the Egyptian and African influences found in the material culture, religion and magic around the Danube, as well as the presence of the inhabitants of the Danubian provinces in the North African region of the Roman Empire and Egypt. The scholars whose articles are included in this volume have examined literary, historical, epigraphic, archaeological and art historical evidence in order to discuss the cross-pollination of culture and organization within these two regions of the Roman Empire. This book will a useful tool for historians and archaeologists, who are interested in the Roman Empire, the Roman Dacia and other Danubian provinces, and the interactions at the military and religious level with the African and Egyptian space. (Source : éditeur). Note de contenu: Table des matières Introduction Item type: Ouvrage List(s) this item appears in: ASM Egyptologie - Nouveautés 2023 | MOM - 0 - Nouveautés - Décembre 2023 | MOM-HCL-Année 2023
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Current library Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode
Lyon : MOM - Bibliothèque de la Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée Libre accès Papier HCL DG87. A44 2018 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 145538
Montpellier : ASM - Archéologie des Sociétés Méditerranéennes Libre accès Papier W CONG 2018 Tim (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Exclu du prêt 1100000010364

Textes issus du congrès "Africa and the Danubian Provinces of the Roman Empire", tenu les 29-30 juillet 2018 au National Museum of Banat, Timişoara (Roumanie)

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Table des matières https://www.barpublishing.com/index.php?dispatch=attachments.getfile&attachment_id=606

Introduction https://www.barpublishing.com/index.php?dispatch=attachments.getfile&attachment_id=605

This volume is the product of a symposium ‘Africa and the Danubian Provinces of the Roman Empire’ (July 29-30, 2018) which took place in Timișoara and was organized by the National Museum of Banat, the Center for Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Studies (Babeș-Bolyai University) Cluj-Napoca, and the West University Timișoara. One of the keynote speakers was the director of the Center for Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Studies, Prof. Dr Alexandru Diaconescu. Unfortunately, he passed away much too soon during the volume editing process, and this volume is dedicated to his memory. The chapters present case studies on the Egyptian and African military and civilian presence in the Danubian provinces, the Egyptian and African influences found in the material culture, religion and magic around the Danube, as well as the presence of the inhabitants of the Danubian provinces in the North African region of the Roman Empire and Egypt. The scholars whose articles are included in this volume have examined literary, historical, epigraphic, archaeological and art historical evidence in order to discuss the cross-pollination of culture and organization within these two regions of the Roman Empire. This book will a useful tool for historians and archaeologists, who are interested in the Roman Empire, the Roman Dacia and other Danubian provinces, and the interactions at the military and religious level with the African and Egyptian space.
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