Ivan Radman-Livaja was born in Split (Croatia) in 1973, and took the following degrees from the Faculty of Philosophy of the Zagreb University: BA in Archaeology in 1996 and MA in 2002, the latter in the field of Roman military equipment in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb. He took his doctor’s degree in Ancient History and Archaeology from the École Pratique des Hautes Études (Paris) in 2010. He is currently employed in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb as a senior curator, and is a collaborator in the postgraduate study programme ‘Roman and early Christian archaeology’ at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb. His main fields of scholarly interests are political, economic and social history of southern Pannonia based on the study of the Roman army and commercial lead tags from Siscia.
BOOKS BY THIS CONTRIBUTOR
Roman Funerary Monuments of South-Western Pannonia in their Material, Social, and Religious Context
This book examines around 200 funerary monuments and fragments (stelai, sarcophagi, ash-chests, tituli, altars, medallions and buildings) from three Roman cities in the south-west part of the Roman province of Pannonia in the territory of north-west Croatia: colonia Siscia (Sisak) and municipia Andautonia (Ščitarjevo) and Aquae Balissae (Daruvar). READ MORE
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