Damjan Donev completed his Master’s degree at the Department of Archaeology and Art History, Bilkent University, and earned his PhD at Leiden University. His geographical focus is the Balkan Peninsula, and his research interests include regional studies (with a special emphasis on settlement patterns), hierarchies, territoriality, methods of field survey and remote sensing.
BOOKS BY THIS CONTRIBUTOR
The Busy Periphery: Urban Systems of the Balkan and Danube Provinces (2nd – 3rd c. AD)
This book reconstructs the urban geography of the Balkan and Danube provinces during the Severan dynasty, mapping the variable developments of the urban network between and within the sub-regions of that part of the Roman Empire. It examines the role of the town in Roman provincial society, and the prerequisites for their emergence and prosperity. READ MORE
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