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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Den britiske seksjonen er senere blitt kjent som Iter Britanniarumog kan bli beskrevet som veikart over romerske Britannia.
Roman Roads in Moesia Inferior. It was clearly used intensively, and in the late period stations along this road served to supply the infrastructure necessary for the official transportation system. Remember me on this computer.
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This late state of affairs is reflected in the Antonine itinerary. Lucarini, Note a O. Grunnet knappheten til andre bevarte nedtegnelser av denne typen, er det en verdifull historisk opptegnelse.
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Views Read Edit View history. 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 between the settlements Siscia and Sirmium, along the River Sava. A Roman pace was two steps, left plus right.
Information based predominantly on the inscriptions allow us to outline the chronology of the construction and use of the road network in Lower Moesia. Some authors, such as Thomas Reynoldswithout challenging the authenticity of the forgery, took care to note its discrepancies and challenge the quality of its information.
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.
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Log In Sign Up. By then, its false data had infected almost every account of ancient British history, and been adopted into the Ordnance Survey maps,  as General Roy and his successors believed antoninj to be a legitimate source of information, on a par with the Antonine Itineraries.
The article is published in: The paper examines the cartographical knowledge that Luke has, the sources of that knowledge, and, using the spatial models of Henri Lefebvre, discusses the qualities of Luke’s spatial conceptions.
Archaeological and Epigraphical Evidence. Colloquio internazionale Roma – Civitavecchia, 3 – 4 novembre De Situ Britanniae made available c. Fra Wikipedia, den frie encyklopedi. Dens grunnleggende utgave er antagelig fra begynnelsen tallet.
Bryn Mawr Classical Review Information based predominantly on the inscriptions allow us to outline the chronology of the construction Click here to sign up. Below are the original Latin ablative forms for sites along route 13,  followed by a translation with a possible but not necessarily authoritative name for the modern sites.
Roman paces were not everywhere the same, and conversion to modern units is imprecise, but 1 Roman mile approximately equals 1, metres 0. List of Roman place names in Britain and Roman roads in Britain. Sull’antica Lupatia Dicembre En engelsk forfalskning kalt De Situ Britanniae gjort tilgjengelig ca.
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A Challenge to British Archaeologists available in only a few libraries. 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. From Egypt to Constantinople: Gonzalo Arias died proposed that some of the distance anomalies in the British section of the Antonine Itinerary resulted from the loss of Latin grammatical endings, as these had marked junctions heading towards places, as distinct from the places themselves.
Seemingly based on official documents, possibly from a itinerwrium carried out under Augustusit describes the roads of the Roman Empire. There are 15 such itineraries in the document applying to different geographic areas. Help Center Find new research papers in: