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NICOPOLIS AD ISTRUM, NOVAE, MARCIANOPOLIS, APHRODISION, PHILIPPOPOLIS, PAUTALIA, AUGUSTA TRAJANA, NICOPOLIS AD NESTUM, DEULTUM, SERDICA .

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Internationalscientific conference "THE ROMAN AND LATE ROMAN CITY" / 7

A century of archaeologicalexcavations in Nicopolis Ad Istrum / 9

From city to fortress and from town to country / 14

The earliest Nicopolis Ad Istrum / 30

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The mammal and bird bones from Dichin / 51

Palaeoethnobotanical and antrhracological analisys from roman town Nicopolis Ad Istrum and Dichin / 59

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Kaiserkult in Nicopolis Ad Istrum / 81

Ehreninscriften aus Nicopolis Ad Istrum / 85

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Ionic capitals from Nicopolis Ad Istrum / 99

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Some remarks on the circulation and the cionage of Nicopolis Ad Istrum / 128

An exception - a silver figurine of Hermes-Mercury from Nicopolis Ad Istrum / 135

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The Neronia legionary fortress at Usk / 144

New data on the topography of Viminacium / 151

Some observation concerning several late roman and early byzantine fortifications / 159

"Bridge heads" on the nortern border of the Daciaripensis province / 167

La distination initiale de la porteoccidentale Oescus / 173

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Between the West and the East / 184

Some remarks on the episcopal residence in Novae / 187

A late roman settlement on the site of the Valetudinarium at Novae / 196

The clasificationof the rock material in juxtaposition with the tipology of the inscribed pedestals / 203

Animal remains from the excavations of Novae / 211

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The five-aisled basilica of Draganovets / 228

Odessus / 237

The "House of Antiope" - Marcianopolis / 245

Aphrodision / 260

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Arenas of roman Thrace / 279

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New facts from Philipopolis / 301

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Nicopolis ad Nestum / 311

The disposition of Scupi / 318

Heraclea lyncestis / 326

The history of late roman Dion / 333

Recent research on the late antique cities of eastern thrace / 342

The capital of roman-ionic order from Deultum / 361

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Bronze production of Pautalia / 378

The produvtion of gold and silver workshops in late roman Sirmium / 383

Largitiones of Constantinus I and Theodosius II / 388

Productions of dress ormanents / 393

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