Romans 1 by 1: Overview of a Research Project

Rada Varga, Annamária-Izabella Pázsint, Imola Boda, Dan Augustin Deac

Abstract


The current article presents the main scientific results extracted from the Romans 1by1 platform. While the database has been technically documented before, the analyses, based on it, is introduced here for the first time. After gathering and structuring all the prosopographical information on all the people, attested epigraphically in Roman Moesia Inferior, Moesia Superior and Dacia, we are able now to present exhaustive statistics and a comprehensive overview, as well as to get relevant conclusions regarding the epigraphic habits of each province.


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prosopography; quantitative analyses; Roman provinces; epigraphy

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11588/dco.2018.2.45878

URN (PDF (English)): http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:bsz:16-dco-458785

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