A group dedicated to the study of Roman imperial frontiers (limites) through archaeology, history, material culture, and comparative frontier studies.
Konrad Stauner deposited Finanzliteralität im Imperium Romanum am Beispiel der argentarii und signiferi. Dokumentationsexperten im zivilen und militärischen Finanzwesen (späte Republik – Prinzipatszeit) in the group Roman Frontier Studies on Humanities Commons 5 months, 1 week ago
Financial literacy in the Roman Empire.
Roland Steinacher deposited The So-called Laterculus Regum Vandalorum et Alanorum: A Sixth-century African Addition to Prosper Tiro’s Chronicle? in the group Roman Frontier Studies on Humanities Commons 9 months, 4 weeks ago
This essay will show, however, that the text is not linked to diplomas, but belonged to an African version of Prosper’s chronicle. I will propose a new edition, which will put the text back in its original context. Rather than looking for ‘good’ and ‘bad’ texts according to 19th-century categories, I will try to analyze the specific character…[Read more]
This paper assesses the evidence for the collapse or otherwise of the northern frontier of Britannia, including Hadrian’s Wall, relative to received paradigms of ‘the end’ of Roman Britain.