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Via publica vel militaris: Die Bernsteinstraße in spätantoninischer und severischer Zeit

Aus dem Buch Roman Roads
Stefan Groh und Helga Sedlmayer

Abstract

The amber road was primarily a via publica, maintained by colonies as well as municipia, which were each subject to different rights of intervention by the governor and thus the imperial house in questions of infrastructure. It was a via militaris only where it passed through territory with a special military status, so for example at the time of the Marcomannic Wars in the passport area between the Regio X and Noricum, and during the first two centuries CE in the area of Strebersdorf metalla.

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