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Roman villa landscapes in the north: Economy, Culture, Life-Styles

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Title Roman villa landscapes in the north: Economy, Culture, Life-Styles
Period 09 / 2006 - 10 / 2010
Status Completed
Research number OND1326768
Data Supplier Website VU

Abstract

The aim of this program is to present a picture of the origins and development of Roman villa landscapes in the region between Cologne and Bavai at the northern frontier of the Roman empire, as well as to develop a new interpretive model of villa landscapes that does justice to both the socio-economic and cultural dimensions. This latter aim will be achieved through a comparative analysis of non-villa landscapes in the northern regions of the Southern Netherlands and North Belgium

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Researcher Drs. L.M. Crowley
Researcher Dr. D.S. Habermehl
Researcher Dr. C.F. Jeneson
Project leader Dr. A.M.J. Derks
Project leader Prof.dr. N.G.A.M. Roymans

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Classification

D34100 Antiquity

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