Notes on Contributors

Stanislas Bossard

MA (2015), University of Nantes, is currently a PhD student at this university. His research focuses on the Celtic and Roman period in Western France and he works in particular on sanctuaries and storage in Gallic farmsteads. His Master thesis (Les souterrains gaulois en Bretagne et Normandie occidentale) will be published soon in the “Archéologie & Culture” series of the Presses universitaires de Rennes.

Lars Blöck

PhD (2012), is currently working at the Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier. His doctoral dissertation, dealing with the settlement history of a region corresponding roughly to south-western Baden-Württemberg, as recently been published: Die römerzeitliche Besiedlung im rechten südlichen Oberrheingebiet (Wies­baden, 2016)

Alain Ferdière

Emeritus Professor of Archaeology, Université de Tours, is a recognized expert of the rural history and archaeology of Roman Gaul. Among his publications are Les campagnes en Gaule romaine (52 av. J.-C.-486 ap. J.-C.) (Paris, 1988, 2 vols.) and Les Gaules, Provinces des Gaules et Germanies, Provinces Alpines. IIe siècle av.-Ve siècle ap. J.-C. (Paris, 2005).

Stéphane Martin

PhD (2013), was postdoctoral researcher in the frame of the Anchoring Innovation project at Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen from 2015 to 2018, before working for the ERC project RurLand in 2018. His doctoral dissertation, published in 2015, was concerned with the Romanization and monetization of northern Gaul: Du statère au sesterce. Monnaie et romanisation dans la Gaule du Nord et de l’Est (IIIe s. a.C.–Ier s. p.C.) (Bordeaux, 2015). He recently edited a collective volume about money and coins in the Gallic countryside: Monnaies et monétarisation dans les campagnes de la Gaule du Nord et de l’Est, de l’Âge du Fer à l’Antiquité tardive (Bordeaux, 2016).

Michel Reddé

Directeur d’études, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris, was the principal investigator of the project RurLand (Rural Landscapes in Roman north-eastern Gaul), funded by the European Research Council (2014-2018). The results of the project have been recently published: Gallia Rustica. Les campagnes du nord-est de la Gaule, de la fin de l’âge du Fer à l’Antiquité tardive (Bordeaux, 2 vols., 2017 and 2018). Michel Reddé is also an internationally recognized expert of Roman military history and archaeology.

Javier Salido Domínguez

PhD (2010), is currently Researcher “Juan de la Cierva-Incorporación”- Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness of Spain, at Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He has worked extensively on grain production and storage in the western part of the Roman world, publishing several books on the subject, including Horrea militaria. El aprovisionamiento de grano al ejército en el occidente del Imperio Romano (Madrid, 2011) and Arquitectura rural romana: graneros y almacenes en el Occidente del Imperio (Autun, 2017).