The Early Empire Military Assemblages from the Crimean Peninsula as Traces of Activity of the Roman Army
This paper examines archaeological assemblages containing military artifacts left by the Roman army on the Crimean Peninsula. The analysis allows conclusions on the tasks preformed by the Roman contin¬gent. Based on the archaeological and epigraphic evidence, activities of the temporary Roman expeditions in the 1st c. AD are reconstructed. Furthermore, it is argued that in the 2nd c. Roman task forces (vexillationes,) served only as a political demonstration intended to show that the allies in the area were not left alone by Rome
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