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Frauen und römisches Militär : Beiträge eines rundes Tisches in Xanten vom 7. bis 9. Juli 2005 /
herausgegeben von Ulrich Brandl.
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Oxford : Archaeopress, 2008.
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ii, 155 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
ISBN
1407301985, 9781407301983
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Oxford : Archaeopress, 2008.
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1407301985
9781407301983
catalogue key
6477976
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Long Description
Ten papers from a round-table session presented at a conference in Xanten, Germany in 2005. Contents: 1) ae. . . intrare castra feminis non licet.Ae - Tatsache oder literarische Fiktion ? Ein kritischer Literatursserblick (Beata Rudan and Ulrich Brandl); 2) aeIncedere inter milites, habere ad manum centuriones ... iam et exercitus regerent!Ae Frauen und risches Militar - eine schwierige Beziehung? (Oliver Stoll); 3) Uxores, coniuges, libertae. Frauen in Inschriften rischer Legionare - Versuch einer numerischen Bestandsaufnahme (Ulrich Brandl); 4) aeSoldatenbrauteAe - Ausgewahlte epigraphische Zeugnisse zum Verhaltnis zwischen rischen Soldaten und Frauen (Ulrich Brandl); 5) Frauen im Lager von Vindolanda? Zur Korrespondenz in den Vindolanda-Tafeln (Renate Lafer); 6) Those who wait at home: the effect of recruitment on women in the Lower Rhine area (Carol Van Driel-Murray); 7) Frauen in rischen Militarlagern? Eine archaologische Spurensuche (Marcus Reuter); 8) Mitten im Lager geboren - Kinder und Frauen im rischen Legionslager Vindonissa (Jurgen Trumm and Regine Fellmann Brogli); 9) The women and children inside 1st and 2nd-century forts: comparing the archaeological evidence (Penelope M. Allison); 10) Die Distelfibeln - Sind sie Manner - oder Frauenfibeln? (Astrid Bohme-Schonberger).
Main Description
10 papers from a 2005 conference in Xanten look at issues relating to the interaction between women and the Roman army. Essays discuss the evidence for women and children around forts and whether in fact it were even permitted for women to enter a Roman fort, as well as the lives of women left at home while the husbands served in the military. Archaeological work and inscriptions are both used and geographically the collection covers both the Rhine frontier and Hadrian's wall. Papers in German and English.
Long Description
Ten papers from a round-table session presented at a conference in Xanten, Germany in 2005. Contents: 1) ae. . . intrare castra feminis non licet.Ae - Tatsache oder literarische Fiktion ? Ein kritischer Literaturaerblick (Beata Rudan and Ulrich Brandl); 2) aeIncedere inter milites, habere ad manum centuriones ... iam et exercitus regerent!Ae Frauen und risches Militar - eine schwierige Beziehung? (Oliver Stoll); 3) Uxores, coniuges, libertae. Frauen in Inschriften rischer Legionare - Versuch einer numerischen Bestandsaufnahme (Ulrich Brandl); 4) aeSoldatenbrauteAe - Ausgewahlte epigraphische Zeugnisse zum Verhaltnis zwischen rischen Soldaten und Frauen (Ulrich Brandl); 5) Frauen im Lager von Vindolanda? Zur Korrespondenz in den Vindolanda-Tafeln (Renate Lafer); 6) Those who wait at home: the effect of recruitment on women in the Lower Rhine area (Carol Van Driel-Murray); 7) Frauen in rischen Militarlagern? Eine archaologische Spurensuche (Marcus Reuter); 8) Mitten im Lager geboren - Kinder und Frauen im rischen Legionslager Vindonissa (Jurgen Trumm and Regine Fellmann Brogli); 9) The women and children inside 1st and 2nd-century forts: comparing the archaeological evidence (Penelope M. Allison); 10) Die Distelfibeln - Sind sie Manner - oder Frauenfibeln? (Astrid Bohme-Schonberger).

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