Poster dimensions should be A1 format (A1: 841 x 594 mm / 84.1 x 59.4 cm / 33.1 x 23.4 inches). Posters on several sheets are not advised. The orientation of your poster needs to be PORTRAIT.
We would like to publish all contributions (both papers and posters) in the Proceedings of the 24th International Limes Congress. The publication will be issued as a special volume in both paper and digital/web version.
Posters submitted for the congress (in alphabetical order / sorted by first name):
- Adam Pažout: How to trace and date the Roman roads? A case study from the territorium of Antiochia Hippos
- Agnieszka Tomas: A face padlock from Novae (Lower Moesia). On the distribution and function of Roman puzzle locks
- Alik Gabeliya: Fortifications of the Inner-Caucasian Limes in Abkhazia
- Brahim M’Barek, Dominic Moreau, Nicolas Beaudry: A Stronghold of the Lower Danube’s Hinterland: New Fieldwork on the Fortifications of Zaldapa, Bulgaria
- C. Scott Speal: Establishing the Health Correlates of Social Status on the Danube Frontier using Grave Construction: The Viminacium Mortuary Complex
- C. Scott Speal: Sex, Risk Allocation, and Roman Patriarchy: Excess Male Mortality on the Danube Frontier
- Călin Timoc: The Danube limes fort from Pojejena in a new light of nonivasive prospections
- Dan Augustin Deac: The Materiality of Religion in the Civilian Settlement of Porolissum (Roman Dacia)
- Dávid Bartus: Where did Valentinian die? New excavations in the legionary fortress of Brigetio
- Dorel Bandoc: The Roman fortress and the detachment of Legio VII Claudia from Cioroiu Nou, Dolj County, Romania
- Dragana Nikolić: Digitizing Ancient Epigraphic Heritage: Project EpiDoc XML Encoding of Roman Inscriptions from Serbia
- Ivana Živaljević, Sonja Vuković – Bogdanović, Ivan Bogdanović: Fishing at the Upper Moesian frontier: Remains of freshwater and migratory fish from Viminacium (Upper Moesia, Serbia)
- Jana Kopáčková: Production of Olive Oil and Wine in the Vicinity of Limes Delmaticus
- Joanneke van den Engel-Hees, Herwin van den Engel: Hidden gems: Roman finds in the PUG-collection in Utrecht
- Judit Pásztókai-Szeőke: A small secret of the sea-silk from Szemlőhegy (HU)
- Kira Lappé, Maria Meszar, Katrin Hornek and Michael Wagreich: Layers of Vindobona
- Kira Lappé: Soldiers on the Edge. The Roman Army of Moesia inferior and Thracia
- Lajos Juhász, István Vida: Perforated coins from the Aquincum-Graphisoft cemetery
- Lily Grozdanova: Traveling Coin Types – The case of a “unique” reverse design from Pautalia
- Lyudmil Vagalinski, Sven Conrad: The Mouth of Yantra River at the Lower Danube. Fortifications and Settlements from the 1st to the 6th c
- Mariana Balaci Crînguș: La situation des femmes sur le limes danubien de la Dacie entre religion et implication sociale (Poster)
- Martin Mosser: Stone extraction for Vindobona – regional infrastructure and economic relationship by the example of a legionary garrison in Pannonia
- Máté Szabó and Zsolt Visy: Temporary Camps around Brigetio (Komárom-Szőny, Hungary) – Recent results of aerial archaeology, excavations and metal detecting
- Michael Speidel: Aspects of Roman imperial power in Transcaucasia
- Monica Gui: Scrawl, scribble, doodle – killing time in military tileries of Roman Dacia
- Nina Gostinski: Slaves in Teutoburgium?
- Réka Neményi: „Borderland Christianity” − Small finds and their significance on the Hungarian section of the Danube Limes (4th –5th centuries)”
- Sabine Deschler-Erb, Regine Fellmann, Andrew Lawrence, Michael Nick, Jürgen Trumm: Offering to the Gods – A Ritual Deposition and Other Forms of Religious Communication in Vindonissa
- Silke Lange: Distribution of wooden artifacts in the Roman Empire
- Silva Sabkova: The lower Danube Limes in Bulgaria between the rivers Iskar (Oescus) and Yantra (Iatrus) during the first century of Roman occupation (1st c. AD): Relationships between the fortified system and the landscape
- Simona Regep: Stone made projectiles found in the Roman fort of Mehadia (Caraș-Severin County, Romania)
- Sophie Hüdepohl: The late Roman fort of Guntia/ Günzburg (Raetia secunda) – 4th century grave inventories reflecting evidence of migration and cultural exchange
- Stephen Matthews: Moving Supplies in the Roman Dobrogea
- Suram Sakaniya: Gagra temple in the system of Pontus limes
- Tony Wilmott: The Roman altars of Maryport re-located
- Xue Cheng: This is the first time to study the construction technology of the beacon tower in the Han dynasty in Xinjiang of China. It is of great significance to understand the construction technology of rammed earth in Xinjiang.
- Yangyang Tong: Using the objective and plenary data to analyse and demonstrate the relationship between the construction of Ming’s Great Wall, the climate changes and wars of the agricultural and nomadic peoples.
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