Exposé de Mihail Zahariade lors du colloque "La mer Noire (4e-7e siècles apr. J.-C.) la fin du monde antique, début d’un ordre nouveau ? "
Organisateurs: Anca Dan (Paris), Hans-Joachim Gehrke (Fribourg-en-Brisgau / Berlin), Alexandr Podossinov (Moscou).
The 5th -6th centuries represent the last phase of the existence of the West Pontic cities. Although their configuration, size, and demography changed, sometime drastically given the new circumstances, they remained a strong factor of progress and continuity of the economic, social and political life. Compared to the Hellenistic and Early Roman periods, some urban centers disappeared in late Roman period (4th -6th century); most of them continued to exist as distinct units in the same place; in some cases surface, interior configuration and certainly defensive elements were significantly adjusted or utterly transformed.
Mihail Zahariade (born 1950) is a field archaeologist, Senior researcher in the Institute of Archaeology, Bucarest (Romania). Author of Greek and Latin Inscriptions from Halmyris. Inscriptions on stone, signa, and instrumenta found between 1981 and 2010 (with Cristina-Georgeta Alexandrescu), BAR International Series 2261, Oxford, 2011; The Thracians in the Roman Imperial Army from the first to the 3rd centuries A.D., Bucharest, 2009; Scythia Minor. A History of a Province of the Later Roman Empire: 284-681, Amsterdam, 2006; Halmyris I. Monograph series, Cluj-Napoca (in colab), 2003; Les Forces Navales aux Bas-Danube (1er-6ème siècles), Oxford (in colab), 1996; Moesia Secunda, Scythia and the Notitia Dignitatum, Bucharest, 1988; Lexicon of the Greek and Roman cities and place names. Ca. 1500 B. C. Ca. A. D. 500, Amsterdam, (General Editor since 1997) vol. IV-XV.Cliquer ICI pour fermer
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