Connectivity and Social Dynamics in the Carpathian Basin (1st century BC  1st century AD): An Archaeological Investigation (Series Ethnic and cultural interferences in the 1st Millennium B.C. to the 1st Millennium A.D.vol. XXIV)
Category: Archaeology
Language: English


Table of contents


1. Introduction: Cross-cultural interactions in the Late Iron Age and Roman provincial archaeology of Temperate Europe

2. Contact zones and negotiated peripheralities in the Carpathian Basin

2.1. The geopolitical framework

2.2. Actors and structures in the Carpathian Basin

3. The gateway to the Carpathian Basin

3.1. Earliest contacts with Rome

3.2. The new frontier zone on the upper Sava

3.3. The eastern Alpine “men in arms”

4. The new frontier zone in the Lower Sava Basin

4.1. The latest phase of the Late Iron Age in the lower Sava basin

4.2. Regional connectivities and the revival of traditions

4.3. The negotiated peripherality in the Sava  Drava  Danube interfluves

4.4. Other “men in arms” from the Scordiscian territory

5. The Middle Danube frontier zone

5.1. The latest phase of the Late Iron Age in northern Pannonia

5.2. From the middle/late Augustan to the early Claudian period

5.3. The changing role of the indigenous leaders

6. In the eastern Carpathian Basin

6.1. The indigenous communities north of the lower Danube

6.2. Mediterranean goods  local consumers

6.3. Enemy at the gates?

7. Concluding remarks

8. Bibliography  ancient authors

9. Bibliography  modern literature


Publisher Editura Mega
Language English
Pages 180
Illustrations b/w and color figures
Binding hardback
ISBN 978-606-020-026-0
Creation date 2020
Size 21 х 29 cm

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