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by L. Keppie

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0904152065
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L. Keppie
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British School at Rome (December 1, 1983)
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Veterans from legion XV Apollinaris and apparently legion I (of the Rhine garrison) were settled at Scarbantia, together with time-served auxiliary veterans from a number of alae, in what must be a Tiberian or Claudian.

Veterans from legion XV Apollinaris and apparently legion I (of the Rhine garrison) were settled at Scarbantia, together with time-served auxiliary veterans from a number of alae, in what must be a Tiberian or Claudian context; Gabler, . ‘Scarbantia es kornyekenek romai koplasztikai emlekei’, Arrabona 11 (1969), 5–57. 13 At Aequum, Aprum, Camulodunum, Cologne, Lixus, Oppidum Novum, Ptolemais and Savaria. The colonies of Narbo and Lugdunum (the emperor's birthplace) received the title Claudia; perhaps they were reinforced, as was Dalmatian Salonae. 14 Nissen, . Italische Landeskunde, Berlin, 1902, II, 237; Philipp, . RE 10 (1917), 105.

Comprehensive study of the epigraphic and archaeological evidence for the settlement of Caesar and Augustus's veterans - and of the impact of colonisation on town and countryside in the last years of the Republic. ISBN13:9780904152067. Release Date:December 1983.

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University of London, Institute of Archaeology, Occasional Publication, . Pp. vii + 184; 33 tables. London: Institute of Archaeology, University of London, 1983. Published: 1 October 1984. by Cambridge University Press (CUP).

Colonisation and veteran settlement in Italy in the first century . Legionary recruitment and veteran settlement during the Principate. Papers of the British School at Rome 52:77–114. DOI: 1. 6 E-mail Citation . This article lists all colonies founded in Italy from Augustus onward. The state also tried to reclaim ager publicus that had been occupied by private individuals.

Lawrence Keppie says that "no inscriptions recording the building activities of the legion . Colonisation and veteran Settlement in Italy, 47–14 BCE. London: British School at Rome.

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Similar books and articles. Ix +Illustrations; 233 Plates (14 Drawings of Plans, Elevations and Sections Incl. 5 Fold-Outs; 219 Photographs) + Fold-Out Plan at Back. London: Thames and Hudson, for The British School of Archaeology at Athens, 1984. Rome J. P. V. D. Balsdon: Rome: The Story of an Empire. World University Library.

Colonisation and Veteran Settlement in Italy 47-14 B. Book by Keppie, Lawrence J.

Colonisation and Veteran Settlement in Italy 47-14 BC. L. Keppie. William Hunter and the Hunterian Museum in Glasgow, 1807-2007. Roman Inscribed and Sculptured Stones in the Hunterian Museum University of Glasgow (Britannia Monograph).

Comprehensive study of the epigraphic and archaeological evidence for the settlement of Caesar and Augustus's veterans - and of the impact of colonisation on town and countryside in the last years of the Republic.