H 290 x W 205 mm
Illustrated throughout in black & white with 5 colour plates
Published Jul 2016
Excavations at the Roman legionary base at Novae in Lower Moesia reveal one of the most important sites in the Lower Danubian provinces. Towards late Antiquity, the military camp was transformed into a civil town with Episcopal residence and survived until the beginning of the 7th century.
Chapter 1 GEOGRAPHY OF THE REGION; Chapter 2 HISTORICAL SETTING; Chapter 3 METHODOLOGICAL REMARKS AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE SITES; Chapter 4 SETTLEMENT STRUCTURES; Chapter 5 LOCAL ADMINISTRATION AND GOVERNMENT; Chapter 6 THE LANGUAGES IN USE, ETHNIC AND SOCIAL STRUCTURES; Chapter 7 MILITARY AND CIVILIAN INTERACTION: RELATIONS, IMPACT AND DEVELOPMENT; CATALOGUE; Epigraphic monuments; Bibliography
'The general sense that the books offers is of thorough and solid documentation, thus seeming completely trustworthy in regard of the provided data. Even if aspects of this investigation have been revised and enhanced recently (e.g. Mihailescu-Bîrliba 2018), micromonographs for mainly rural provincial areas are scarce for this part of Europe, thus A. Tomas’s book serves as a methodological example, as well as an important source of information and data.' – Rada Varga (2020): Acta Musei Napocensis, 56/I