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Foundation and Destruction Nikopolis and Northwestern Greece

The archaeological evidence for the city destructions, the foundation of Nikopolis and the synoecism

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277 sider ill.
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ISBN 87 7288 734 6

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Med sejren over Marcus Antonius i 31 f.Kr. blev Octavian kejser over romerne og tog sig et nyt navn, Augustus, som vi måske bedre kender. Efter sejren grundlagde han byen Nikopolis lidt nord for stedet for sin sejr. Denne by blev hovedstad for hele kystregionen, men blev siden forladt.

De 16 artikler i Foundation and Destruction beskriver forskellige aspekter af Nikopolis' historie og arkæologi samt landskabsundersøgelser i området op til Nikopolis.

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Introduction

Eremia in Epirus and the Foundation of Nicopolis. Models of Civilization in Strabo

Excavations at the Actian Tropaeum at Nikopolis. A Preliminary Report

Landscape Archaeology in the Territory of Nicopolis

In the Shadow of Nikopolis: Patterns of Settlement on the Ayios Thomas Peninsula

Roman and Late Antique Pottery of Southern Epirus - Some Results of the Nikopolis Survey Project

Riza and Agia Pelagia

Two Architectural Assemblages of the Roman Era along the Coast of Southern Epirus

Kassope, the City in whose Territory Nikopolis was Founded

Archaeological Evidence from Cassope. The Local Workshops of Mould-Made Bowls

Leukas in the Roman Period

Epirus in the Roman Period

Die Umwandlung Butrints von einem Koinonszentrum zu einer römischen Kolonie

Acheloos' Homeland. New Historical-Archaeological Research on the Ancient Polis Stratos

The Dimensions of Material Topography

Some News about Inscriptions from Northwestern Greece. Preliminary Remarks on the Recent Epigraphical Work in the Museums of Thyrion and Agrinion

The Cults of Apollo in Northwestern Greece

Sacred Landscapes of Aetolia and Achaia: Synoecism Processes and Non-Urban Sanctuaries

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