By Walter Pohl, Ian Wood, Helmut Reimitz
Within the strategy of the transformation of the Roman international, the suggestion of frontiers, but in addition their topography replaced. inside of and past the previous Roman empire, new frontiers have been proven. This quantity explores their which means and their impression. 3 contributions talk about Roman frontiers and their notion in overdue antiguity, demonstrating that they weren't easily defence strains, but in addition a foundation for offensive operations, a spotlight in eleborate alternate networks and a way of inner regulate. The frontiers of early medieval kingdoms are the themes of a number of papers, of which suggest theorectial medels for an knowing of the area and frontier, of liminality and centrality, wheras othersanalyse the development, but in addition within the context of conversion and missions. It turns into transparent that the transformation of frontiers was once now not a linear technique during which the imperial frontiers have been deserted and the technique of controlling them declined, and the hot kningdoms progressively controlled to outline their frontiers. particularly, the measure to which keep an eye on used to be validated on liminal events relied on particular situations and can't be generalized.
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