The development of the Roman provinces in the northern Balkan Peninsula (1st cent. BC to 4th cent. AD)
I. The Roman Danube frontier territory from the confluence with the Tisza to the Delta
At Singidunum/Belgrade, the abundant Savus/Sava flows into the Danube’s middle reaches from the right and the Pathissus/Tisza from the left. The Danube then leaves the Great Hungarian Plain after the conflux with the Margus/Morava (right tributary) at the municipium of the same name. It now breaks through the b…
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“The development of the Roman provinces in the northern Balkan Peninsula (1st cent. BC to 4th cent. AD)”, in:
Brill’s New Pauly Supplements I - Volume 3 : Historical Atlas of the Ancient World, Edited by: Anne-Maria Wittke, Eckart Olshausen, Richard Szydlak, in collaboration with: Vera Sauer and other specialists.
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