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3.1 Nahr el Kelb inscriptions. From: L.F. Cassas, Voyages pittoresques de la Syrie etc., Paris 1800 64

5.1 Julio-Claudian milestones in Hispania. Design by S. España-Chamorro 100

5.2 Milestones of Augustus in the Iberian Peninsula. Design by S. España-Chamorro 103

5.3 Milestones of Tiberius in the Iberian Peninsula. Design by S. España-Chamorro 104

5.4 Milestones of Caligula in the Iberian Peninsula. Design by S. España-Chamorro 104

5.5 Milestones of Claudius in the Iberian Peninsula. Design by S. España-Chamorro 105

5.6 Milestones of Nero in the Iberian Peninsula. Design by S. España-Chamorro 105

6.1 Republican and imperial milestones compared. Photograph C. Campedelli (BBAW, Berlin) 126

6.2 Cluster of milestones in Portela do Home. Courtesy J.M. Abascal Palazón 127

7.1 Milliaires de la Via de la Plata. Copyright S. Lefebvre 134

7.2 Les principales voies de Lusitanie. Copyright S. Lefebvre 136

7.3 Localisation des mansiones Castris Caecilia et Turmulus. Copyright S. Lefebvre 139

7.4 La uia XXIV aux environs de Capera. Copyright S. Lefebvre 141

7.5 Les environs de la mansio ad Sorores. Copyright S. Lefebvre 148

7.6 La section lusitanienne de la Via de la Plata. Copyright S. Lefebvre 153

8.1 Delikkemer. Aqueduct bridge near Lycian Patara. Photo C. Schuler, Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik 171

8.2 Section of the Aqua Throessitica, Ephesos. Photo G. Wiplinger, © Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 171

8.3 Detail with inscription (IK Ephesos 12, 402) of a section of the Aqua Throessitica, Ephesos. Photo G. Wiplinger, © Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 172

8.4 Acueducto de los Milagros, Mérida, España. Photo Marlene VD, by CC BY-SA 3.0 ES 172

9.1 The research area with indication of the centuratio in the Arno plain near Empoli. Design D. Hagmann (Department of Classical Archaeology, University Vienna) (after Ristori 1980) 184

9.2 Quantitative distribution of pottery found at Molino San Vincenzo (left) and Il Cotone (right). Design H. Schörner (Department of Classical Archaeology, University Vienna) 185

9.3 The (not so) timeless Tuscan landscape near Molino San Vincenzo (prov. Florence). Photograph G. Schörner (Department of Classical Archaeology, University Vienna) 187

10.1 Localisation des lieux in pago, datant du Haut Moyen Âge. (© ABG) 194

10.2 Localisation des paroisses médiévales par archidiaconé et diocèse. (© ABG) 194

10.3 Effectifs monétaires par peuple pour les sites les mieux dotés. (© ABG) 196

10.4 Densité de la répartition des monnaies des Rèmes (A. Sch. 146 ; B. Sch. 191 ; C. Sch. 194 ; D. Sch. 147 ; E. Sch. 151). (© ABG) 198

10.5 Densité de la répartition des monnaies des Suessions (A. Sch. 27A ; B. Sch. 196), des Bellovaques et des Atrébates au nord (C) et des Ambiens (D). (© ABG) 199

10.6 Densité de la répartition des monnaies des Nerviens (A. Sch. 145 ; B. 190). (© ABG) 201

10.7 Densité de la répartition des monnaies des Eburons/Tongres (A. Sch. 58, 165 et 217), des Trévires (B. Sch. 199 ; C. Sch. 162 ; D. Sch. 30A) et des Médiomatriques/Leuques (E. Sch. 186). (© ABG) 202

10.8 Synthèse des cartes 4-7. (© ABG) 204

12.1 Two versions of the Market Potential variable for the Middle Roman period in the Lower Danube study area. Graphic E.J.S. Weaverdyck 231

12.2 Digital model of the archaeological data in the Lower Danube study area. Graphic E.J.S. Weaverdyck 234

12.3 Digital model of the archaeological data in the Lower Rhine study area. Graphic E.J.S. Weaverdyck 235

12.4 Schematic representation of the statistical analytical method. Graphic E.J.S. Weaverdyck 236

12.5 The relative prevalence of landforms in settlement territories in the central zone of the Lower Rhine. Graphic E.J.S. Weaverdyck 239

12.6 The relative prevalence of landforms in settlement territories in the eastern zone of the Lower Rhine. Graphic E.J.S. Weaverdyck 240

12.7 The relative prevalence of topographic landforms in settlement territories in the western zone of the Lower Danube. Graphikc E.J.S. Weaverdyck 241

12.8 The relative prevalence of topographic landforms in settlement territories in the eastern zone of the Lower Danube. Graphic E.J.S. Weaverdyck 242

12.9 Early Roman B MP variables in the central zone of the Lower Rhine study area. Graphic E.J.S. Weaverdyck 245

14.1 Schematic representation of the textual tradition. Chart by N. Hächler based on Expositio totius mundi et gentium, introduction, texte critique, traduction, notes et commentaire par J. Rougé (Paris 1966), 104–118; 128–134 264

14.2 Schematic depiction of the division of the inhabited world. Graphic by N. Hächler 270

16.1 Pompéi, maison de M. Lucretius Fronto V 4a. Copyright S. Wyler 306

16.2 Pompéi, maison de la Petite Fontaine VI 8,23. Copyright S. Wyler 307

16.3 Pompéi, 45–79 ap. J.-C., paysage portuaire (Naples, MANN, inv. 9460). Photograph A. Gangloff 308

17.1 Panel from the Villa at Boscotrecase. Photo courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Rogers Fund, 1920, 20.192.17 321

17.2 Panel from the Villa at Boscotrecase. Photo by concession of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali e per il Turismo – Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli 322

17.3 Villa at Boscotrecase floorplan. Photo courtesy of P.H. von Blanckenhagen and C. Alexander, The Augustan Villa at Boscotrecase, (Mainz 1990, 2nd ed.), 4 323

17.4 Panel from the Casa del Sacerdos Amandus. Photo courtesy of Professor Michael Squire 325

17.5 Panel from the Casa di Laocoonte con annessi taberna e panificio. Photo by concession of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali e per il Turismo – Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli 326

17.6 Unprovenanced panel from Herculaneum, MN8983. Photo by concession of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali e per il Turismo – Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli 327

17.7 Unprovenanced panel from Herculaneum, MN9244. Photo by concession of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali e per il Turismo – Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli 328

17.8 Panel from the Casa dei Vasi di Vetro. Photo by concession of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali e per il Turismo – Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli 330

17.9 Panel from the Casa di Caccia Antica. Photo courtesy of Professor Michael Squire 331

17.10 Panel from the Casa dei Capitelli Colorati. Photo by concession of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali e per il Turismo – Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli 332

17.11 Unprovenanced panel from Herculaneum, MN8984.Photo by concession of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali e per il Turismo – Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli 334

20.1 The Tabula Peutingerina according to the drawn edition by Konrad Miller. Ulrich Harsch, Bibliotheca Augustana, CC-PD-Mark 1.0 375

20.2 The copyright to the images of the Tabula Peutingeriana in this contribution is held by the DFG-project “Kommentar zur Tabula Peutingeriana/Commentary on the Tabula Peutingeriana” of S. Diederich and M. Rathmann 378

20.3 River Rhine with settlements; Copyright see Fig. 20.2 379

20.4a–b Northern ocean; Copyright see Fig. 20.2 381

20.5 Macrobius Map, BL Harley 2772, fol. 70 v.; reprint concession given to DFG-project “Kommentar zur Tabula Peutingeriana/Commentary on the Tabula Peutingeriana” of S. Diederich and M. Rathmann 382

20.6a–b Salt lakes; Copyright see Fig. 20.2 384

20.7a–c Alexander’s prophecy; Copyright see Fig. 20.3 385–386

20.8a–b Rivers dividing regions; Copyright see Fig. 20.2 388

20.9 Elephants living in the mountains; Copyright see Fig. 20.2 389

20.10a River Arsia; Copyright see Fig. 20.2 390

20.10b The River Arsia, in: R.J.A. Talbert, Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World, Princeton et al. 2000, Map 20; concession was given to DFG-project “Kommentar zur Tabula Peutingeriana/Commentary on the Tabula Peutingeriana” of S. Diederich and M. Rathmann 391

20.11 Triton’s horn; Copyright see Fig. 20.2 392

20.12 Nile Delta; Copyright see Fig. 20.2 392

20.13a–d Rome, Constantinople, Antioch; Copyright see Fig. 20.2 395–397

Maps

6.1 The main roads of Roman Hispania: H. Kiepert, Formae orbis antiqui, 27 Hispania, Berlin 1893 115

6.2 The via Augusta. Courtesy M.G. Schmidt 116

6.3 The via Augusta from Summus Pirenaeus to Tarraco. Copyright Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL XVII/1) 117

6.4 Roman roads around Ad Fines. Copyright Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL XVII/1) 118

6.5 The via Augusta from Tarraco to Carthago Nova. Copyright Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL XVII/1) 119

6.6 The localization of the arcus Augusti. Courtesy M.G. Schmidt 121

Tables

7.1 Les milliaires au datif de la uia XXIV 144

10.1 Effectif des monnaies par peuple et par type. Nombre total de monnaies, Nombre maximum de monnaie sur un site ; Nombre moyen de monnaies par sites ; Nombre total de sites 205

12.1 Periodization and numbers of rural settlements in the Lower Rhine and Lower Danube study areas. Rural settlement numbers are divided by analytical zone (see below): E = East, W = West, C = Central 232

12.2 Improvement over baseline model from the addition of an MP variable in the Lower Rhine area 243

12.3 Improvement over baseline model from the addition of an MP variable in the Lower Danube area 245

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The Impact of the Roman Empire on Landscapes

Proceedings of the Fourteenth Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Mainz, June 12-15, 2019)

Series:  Impact of Empire, Volume: 41

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