Session organisers / Chairpersons: Craig A. Harvey (E-mail: email@example.com) Tanja Romankiewicz Guus Gazenbeek Whether it be by forts, watch towers, or walls, military installations played an … [Read more...] about 30. [Continuation of] Building materials: Elements of construction, elements of expression?
Session organisers / Chairpersons: Richard Talbert, University of North Carolina (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) Boris Rankov, Royal Holloway, University of London (E-mail: … [Read more...] about 29. Mapping the Edge of Empire
Session cancelled. Papers that were intended for this session will be transferred to other sessions in consultation with the authors and Committee. … [Read more...] about 28. Temporary / semi-permanent structures
Session organisers / Chairpersons: Sofie Vanhoutte, Flanders Heritage Agency (E-mail: email@example.com) Tony Wilmott, Historic England (Tony.wilmott@HistoricEngland.org.uk) Confirmed … [Read more...] about 27. Saxon Shore
Session organisers / Chairpersons: Orsolya Láng, Aquincum Museum (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) Even though, excavations at most sites along the Roman Limes have been going on for 120-150 … [Read more...] about 26. Re-evaluating old excavations: are they worth it?
ession organisers / Chairpersons: Szilvia Bíró (Győr) (E-mail: email@example.com) Thomas Grane (Copenhagen) Fraser Hunter (Edinburgh) Thomas Schierl (Mannheim) This session seeks to … [Read more...] about 25. First Contacts between the Roman Military and the local people