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The Roman and Byzantine Army in the East

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ISBN: 83-233-0750-4
Description: 311 pp. (24x17 cm), figs.
Condition: very good
Weight: 515g.


The Roman and Byzantine Army in the East, Proceedings of a colloquium held at the Jagiellonian University, Krakow in September 1992, ed. by E. Dabrowa, Jagiellonian University, Institute of History,  Krakow 1994

List   of  Participants
1. M. Baranski, The Roman Army in Palmyra: a case of adaptation of a pre-existing city
2. E. Dabrowa, The helium Commagenicum and the ornamenta triumphalia of M. Ulpius Traianus
3. D.  French,  Legio III Gallica
4. M. Gawlikowski, A Fortress in Mesopotamia: Hatra
5. J. Howard-Johnson, The Official History of Heraclius' Persian Campaigns
6. D. L. Kennedy, The cohors XX Palmyrenorum at Dura Europos
7. E. Kettenhofen, Einige Uberlegungen zur sasanidischen Politik gegeniiber Rom im 3. Jh. n. Chr.
8. A. Lewin, The Organization of a Roman Territory: the southern section of provincia Arabia
9. J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz, Realism and Phantasy: The Anonymous de rebus bellicis and its Afterlife
10. S. Mitchell, Notes on Military Recruitment from the Eastern Roman Provinces
11. J.-P. Rey-Coquais, Laodicee-sur-mer et l'armee romaine. A partir de quelques inscriptions
12. J.-F. Salles, Fines Indiae, Ardh el-Hind. Recherches sur le devenir de la mer Erythree
13. P.  Varon, Emptio ancillaejmulieris by Roman Army Soldiers
14. Mary Whitby, A New Image for a New Age. George of Pisidia on the Emperor Heraclius
15. Michael Whitby, The Persian  King at War
16. David F. Graf, The Nabatean Army and the Cohortes Ulpiae Petraeorum