The late Roman Army in the near east from Diocletian to the Arab Conquest: proceedings of a colloquium held at Potenza, Acerenza and Matera, Italy

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Archaeopress, 2007 - 441 sayfa
Papers from a colloquium held at Potenza, Acerenza and Matera, Italy (May 2005), entitled The Late Roman Army in the Near East from Diocletian to the Arab Conquest. Contents: 1) Prolegomeni ad un congresso: considerazioni sullAeesercito romano dellAealto Impero (Giovanni Brizzi); 2) LAearmee romaine en mer Rouge et autour de la mer Rouge aux IIeme et IIIeme siecles apr. J. C.: a propos de deux inscriptions latines decouvertes sur lAearchipel Farasan (Francois Villeneuve); 3) New Light on the Roman Military Base at Dura-Europos: Interim Report on a Pilot Season of Fieldwork in 2005 (Simon James); 4) From Praepositus Pretenturae to Dux Ripae.The Roman aeGrand StrategyAe on the Middle Euphrates (2nd - 3rd Cent. AD) (Tommaso Gnoli); 5) The Roman Legionary Camp at Legio, Israel: Results of an Archaeological Survey and Observations on the Roman Military Presence at the Site (Yotam Tepper); 6) The development of the Roman forces in northeastern Anatolia. New evidence for the history of the exercitus appadocicus (Michael A. Speidel); 7) The Nabataeaan - Roman Negev in the Third Century CE (Tali Erickson-Gini); 8) The Paved Road from Petra to the aeArabah - Commercial Nabataean or Military Roman? (Chaim Ben-David); 9) BeAeer Shema - Birsama of the Notitia Dignitatum: A Prolegomenon to the 2006 Excavations (Benjamin J. Dolinka); 10) Crossing the Negev in Late Roman Times: the Administrative development of Palaestina Tertia Salutaris and of its Imperial Road Network (Israel Roll); 11) From the Constructive Technique Used in the Military Architecture of the Limes Arabicus to its Conservation and Valorisation (Giuseppe Claudio Infranca); 12) Military Architecture of the Limes Arabicus: Strategy, Commercial Routes, Quotidian Life (Maysoun Al-Khouri); 13) Economic Conditions, Security Problems and the Deployment of the Army in Later Roman Palestine. Part I: Economy and Population (Israel Shatzman); 14) Fluctuating Provincial Borders in Mid-4th Century Arabia and Palestine (Joonas Sipila); 15) Zosimos II.34.1 and aeThe Constantinian ReformAe: Using Johannes Lydos to Expose an Insidious Fabrication (Peter Brennan); 16) Two Sieges of Amida (AD 359 and 502-503) and the Experience of Combat in the Late Roman Near East (Noel Lenski); 17) Naval Operations During Persian Expedition of Emperor Julian (363 AD) (Edward Dabrowa); 18) aeAmr Ibn aeAdi, Mavia, the Phylarchs and the Late Roman Army: Peace and War in the Near East (Ariel S. Lewin); 19) L'armee romaine et la defense de la Syrie du Sud. Questions de methode et nouveau document (Maurice Sartre); 20) Central power, local administration, and nomadic environment in Roman Arabia (1st - 3rd Century) (Thomas Brgemann); 21) Moines, militaires et defense de la frontiere orientale au VIe s. (Geoffrey Greatrex); 22)Archaeological and Ancient Literary Evidence for a Battle near Dara Gap, Turkey, AD 530: Topography, Texts and Trenches (Christopher Lillington-Martin); 23) The Byzantine Military in the Petra Papyri - a Summary (Zbigniew T. Fiema); 24) The Operational Methods of the Late Roman Army in the Persian War of 572-591 (Frank R. Trombley); 25) Una guarnigione bizantina a Roma nellAeeta di Gregorio Magno: i Theodosiaci (Pietrina Pellegrini); 26) Jews, Rats, and the Battle of Yarmuk (David Woods); 27) Cavalry in Late Roman Warfare (Hugh Elton); 28) Centuriones ordinarii et ducenarii dans lAearmee romaine tardive (IIIe -VIe s. apr. J.-C. (Sylvain Janniard); 29) Campidoctores Vicarii vel Tribuni: The Senior Regimental Officers of the Late Roman Army and the Rise of the Campidoctor (P. Rance); 30) From the Late Roman to the Early Byzantine Army. Two Aspects of Change (Oliver Schmitt); 31) LAeoccupation militaire tardive dans les oasis dAeEgypte. LAeexemple de Douch (M. Redde); 32) LAearmee romaine dAeAfrique de 375 a 439: Mythes et realites (Yann Le Bohec).

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From Praepositus Pretenturae to Dux Ripae The Roman Grand Strategy on the Middle Euphrates
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Ariel Lewin is an instructor in Roman history at the University of Basilicata, Pontenza, Italy, and the author of The Roman Imperial City in the East.

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