Change and continuity at the Roman coastal fort at Oudenburg from the late 2nd until the early 5th century AD (Volume II)

The material culture of the south-west corner site

Edited by S. Vanhoutte | Forthcoming

In the later Roman period the North Sea and Channel region was the scene of seaborne attacks, political crises, army reforms, Germanic invasions and changing imperial defence strategies. Literary evidence for this era is poor.…



Change and continuity at the Roman coastal fort at Oudenburg from the late 2nd until the early 5th century AD (Volume III)

Plates

Edited by S. Vanhoutte | Forthcoming

In the later Roman period the North Sea and Channel region was the scene of seaborne attacks, political crises, army reforms, Germanic invasions and changing imperial defence strategies. Literary evidence for this era is poor.…



Byblos. The World’s Most Ancient Port

David Kertai with contributions by Jona Lendering | Forthcoming

Byblos tells the fascinating tale of a Lebanese port. This epic, which started over 8,500 years ago, is about sailors and merchants, kings and pharaohs, heroes and fortune-seekers. Their stories are all intrinsically linked to…



Classical Controversies

Reception of Graeco-Roman Antiquity in the Twenty-First Century

Edited by Kim Beerden and Timo Epping | Forthcoming

Modern receptions of Graeco-Roman Antiquity are important ideological markers of the ways we envisage our own twenty-first-century societies. An urgent topic of study is: what kinds of narratives – sometimes controversial – about Antiquity do…



Byblos, Gateway to the World

Edited by David Kertai & Tania Zaven | Forthcoming

Byblos has played an extraordinary role in the history of the Mediterranean. From c. 3200 BC, it developed into the preeminent port of the region due to its strategic location at the foot of the…



Byblos. 's Werelds oudste havenstad

David Kertai met bijdragen van Jona Lendering | Forthcoming

Byblos vertelt het bijzondere verhaal van een Libanese havenstad. Een epos dat ruim 8500 jaar geleden begint met een hoofdrol voor zeevaarders en handelslieden, koningen en farao’s, helden en gelukszoekers. Hun verhalen zijn onlosmakelijk verbonden…



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Change and continuity at the Roman coastal fort at Oudenburg from the late 2nd until the early 5th century AD (Volume II)

The material culture of the south-west corner site

Edited by S. Vanhoutte | Forthcoming

In the later Roman period the North Sea and Channel region was the scene of seaborne attacks, political crises, army reforms, Germanic invasions and changing imperial defence strategies. Literary evidence for this era is poor.…



Change and continuity at the Roman coastal fort at Oudenburg from the late 2nd until the early 5th century AD (Volume III)

Plates

Edited by S. Vanhoutte | Forthcoming

In the later Roman period the North Sea and Channel region was the scene of seaborne attacks, political crises, army reforms, Germanic invasions and changing imperial defence strategies. Literary evidence for this era is poor.…



Byblos. The World’s Most Ancient Port

David Kertai with contributions by Jona Lendering | Forthcoming

Byblos tells the fascinating tale of a Lebanese port. This epic, which started over 8,500 years ago, is about sailors and merchants, kings and pharaohs, heroes and fortune-seekers. Their stories are all intrinsically linked to…



Classical Controversies

Reception of Graeco-Roman Antiquity in the Twenty-First Century

Edited by Kim Beerden and Timo Epping | Forthcoming

Modern receptions of Graeco-Roman Antiquity are important ideological markers of the ways we envisage our own twenty-first-century societies. An urgent topic of study is: what kinds of narratives – sometimes controversial – about Antiquity do…



Byblos, Gateway to the World

Edited by David Kertai & Tania Zaven | Forthcoming

Byblos has played an extraordinary role in the history of the Mediterranean. From c. 3200 BC, it developed into the preeminent port of the region due to its strategic location at the foot of the…



Byblos. 's Werelds oudste havenstad

David Kertai met bijdragen van Jona Lendering | Forthcoming

Byblos vertelt het bijzondere verhaal van een Libanese havenstad. Een epos dat ruim 8500 jaar geleden begint met een hoofdrol voor zeevaarders en handelslieden, koningen en farao’s, helden en gelukszoekers. Hun verhalen zijn onlosmakelijk verbonden…






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