Sunday, June 8, 2014

Transformation: The Emergence of a Common Culture in the Northern Provinces of the Roman Empire from Britain to the Black Sea up to 212 A.D.

 [First posted in AWOL 4 December 2012, updated 8 June 2014]

Transformation
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The Emergence of a Common Culture in the Northern Provinces of the Roman Empire from Britain to the Black Sea up to 212 A.D.
Under Roman rule in the first two centuries AD there emerged a society similar in appearance from the British Isles to the Black Sea, influenced by the culture and civilisation of the Mediterranean. With this common culture there developed regional characteristics which had their origins in the society and everyday life of pre-Roman times. The aim of the project is to show how these developments took place by looking at a number of thematic areas...
Summary
Modern Countries
Austria
Bulgaria
Czech
Germany
Great Britain
Hungary
Netherlands
Romania
Slovakia
Themes
Creation of Province Structures
Emergence of Civitas capitals
Emergence of Vici
Emergence of Villae Landscape
Emergence of Production
Developments of Cults
Changes of burial rituals
Changes of costumes
Funerary Monuments
Literacy
Roman Influences in Barbaricum

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