H 245 x W 175 mm
Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white (21 plates in colour)
Published Mar 2018
Proceedings from the ‘People of the Ancient World’ conference held in Cluj-Napoca, Romania in 2016. Ten papers encompass diverse approaches to Roman provincial populations and the corresponding case-studies highlight the multi-faceted character of Roman society.
Foreword; The Barbii, trade in Noricum and the influence of the local epigraphic habit on status display – by Markus Zimmermann; The professionals of the Latin West – by Rada Varga; Latin Occupational Titles in Roman Textile Trade – by Iulia Dumitrache; The professions of private slaves and freedmen in Moesia Inferior – by Lucrețiu Mihăilescu-Bîrliba; Prosopography of the Leading Families of Larinum in the Roman period – by Elizabeth C. Robinson; The kindred dimension of the Black Sea associations: between fictive and real meaning – by Pázsint Annamária – Izabella; Tarraco. Town and society in a 2nd century AD Roman provincial capital – by Diana Gorostidi, Ricardo Mar and Joaquín Ruiz de Arbulo; Soldiers and their monuments for posterity. Manifestations of martial identity in the funerary iconography of Roman Dacia – by Monica Gui, Dávid Petruț; Origo as identity factor in Roman epitaphs – by Tibor Grüll; Centurions: Military or Social Elite? – by George Cupcea