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Itinerarium Antonini Avgvsti et Hierosolymitanvm: ex libris manvscriptis. edited by Gustav Parthey, Moritz Pinder. About this book. Terms of Service · Plain text. Item a vallo ad portum Ritupis, mpm. cccclxxxi sic. A Blato Bulgio Castra exploratorum, xii. Luguvallo, xii. Voreda, xiiii. Brovonacis, xiii. Verteris, xiii. Lavatris, xiiii. Itinerarium Antonini Placentini 35 (CCL ). Itinerarium Antonini Placentini 38 (CCL ). ” Itinerarium Antonini Placentini 39 (CCL ).

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Log In Sign Up. Our contribution considers some data from the Peutinger map and the Antonine itinerary, regarding the mentioning of the Roman road and the stations along this road xntonini the settlements Siscia and Sirmium, along the River Sava. To obtain new results regarding the dating of these two important ancient cartographic sources, I have compared the values of the distances between the settlements recorded in both these itineraries.

In conclusion, I suggested that there are solid arguments in favour of rating the road along the River Sava as one of the earliest routes in Pannonia.



Initially, it was a military communication artery, and, as in the whole of the Roman Empire, it became one of the important routes connecting Italy to the Balkans. It was clearly used intensively, and in the late period stations along iinerarium road served to supply the infrastructure necessary for the official transportation system.

This late state of affairs is reflected in the Antonine itinerary. Colloquio internazionale Roma – Civitavecchia, 3 – 4 novembre According to the approach assumed here, they are indeed Sardinian toponyms misplaced from this island, a mistake due to the kind of sources used by this Itinerarium. Lucarini, Note a O. Colloquium Bedaium Seebruck, From Egypt to Constantinople: Roman Roads in Moesia Inferior.

Archaeological and Epigraphical Evidence. This article presents the main archaeological and epigraphical data for reconstructing the roman roads network in Moesia Inferior.

Information based predominantly on the inscriptions allow us to outline the chronology of the construction Information based predominantly on the inscriptions allow us to outline the chronology of the construction and use of the road network in Lower Moesia. The article is published in: Travel and travelers in the fifteenth century – The routes between Germany and Italy in the modern age.


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Viaggiatori dalla Germania in Italia. Luke’s ignorance of the interior of Palestine is nearly complete, but he displays not only knowledge of the cities on the Levantine coast but the spatial relationships among them. The paper examines the cartographical knowledge that Luke The paper examines the cartographical knowledge that Luke has, the sources of that knowledge, and, using the spatial antononi of Henri Lefebvre, discusses the qualities of Luke’s spatial conceptions.

Sull’antica Lupatia Dicembre Short presentation of the fieldwork at the Roman settlement and sanctuary at Isriye-Seriana. Cambridge University Antoninni,in: Bryn Mawr Classical Review Uggeri Formazione sistema strad.

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