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Interaction Between Incomers and Autochthons on Roman Funerary Stones from the Croatian Part of the Province of Pannonia (1st–4th centuries)


Migotti, Branka
Interaction Between Incomers and Autochthons on Roman Funerary Stones from the Croatian Part of the Province of Pannonia (1st–4th centuries) // Croatia at the Crossroads. A consideration of archaeological and historical connectivity / Davison, David ; Gaffney, Vincent ; Miracle, Preston ; Sofaer, Jo (ur.).
Oxford: Archaeopress Archaeology, 2016. 157, 11


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Naslov
Interaction Between Incomers and Autochthons on Roman Funerary Stones from the Croatian Part of the Province of Pannonia (1st–4th centuries)

Autori
Migotti, Branka

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, ostalo

Knjiga
Croatia at the Crossroads. A consideration of archaeological and historical connectivity

Urednik/ci
Davison, David ; Gaffney, Vincent ; Miracle, Preston ; Sofaer, Jo

Izdavač
Archaeopress Archaeology

Grad
Oxford

Godina
2016

Raspon stranica

ISBN
978-1-78491-530-8

Ključne riječi
Croatia ; southern Pannonia ; funerary stones ; cultural interaction ; Romas ; native inhabitants

Sažetak
Funerary stones usually show a mixture of Latin and Pannonian names in the epitaphs, as well as combinations of clothes, artistic fashions, and religious ideas, which in many examples conceal a true ethnic identity of their bearers or the secure origin of various artistic components of the monuments. In a word, Roman funerary stones in southern Pannonia, as elsewhere, aptly illustrate the global nature of Roman culture. In this paper the abovementioned theoretical conceptions are illustrated through the examples of ten-odd funerary stones from northern Croatia, belonging to various social sections and strata (soldiers, veterans, merchants, slaves, peregrines, family people, etc.).

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Arheologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekti:
101-1300623-2540 - Romanizacija i kristijanizacija hrvatskog dijela provincije Panonije (Migotti, Branka, MZOS ) ( POIROT)

Ustanove:
Hrvatska akademija znanosti i umjetnosti

Profili:

Avatar Url Branka Migotti (autor)

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Migotti, Branka
Interaction Between Incomers and Autochthons on Roman Funerary Stones from the Croatian Part of the Province of Pannonia (1st–4th centuries) // Croatia at the Crossroads. A consideration of archaeological and historical connectivity / Davison, David ; Gaffney, Vincent ; Miracle, Preston ; Sofaer, Jo (ur.).
Oxford: Archaeopress Archaeology, 2016. 157, 11
Migotti, B. (2016) Interaction Between Incomers and Autochthons on Roman Funerary Stones from the Croatian Part of the Province of Pannonia (1st–4th centuries). U: Davison, D., Gaffney, V., Miracle, P. & Sofaer, J. (ur.) Croatia at the Crossroads. A consideration of archaeological and historical connectivity. Oxford, Archaeopress Archaeology, 157, 11.
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