The Economy and Army in the Danubian Provinces of the Roman Empire
Dr Mateusz Żmudziński, Institute of Archaeology, University of Wroclaw, Poland
Open Archaeology invites manuscripts for the Topical Issue on The Economy and Army in the Danubian Provinces of the Roman Empire.
In the volume, authors present new results of their investigations on the Archaeology of Danubian Roman Provinces. They are expected to present articles about the economy of the Roman provinces (production, commerce, craft, art) or topics connected with the Roman army (forts, weapon, economical factors).
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