2 edition of Private domini in Roman brick stamps of the empire found in the catalog.
Private domini in Roman brick stamps of the empire
|Statement||by Päivi Setälä|
|Series||Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia. Annales : Dissertationes humanarum litterarum -- 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||316|
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SetāIā (Païvi). Private Domini in Roman Brick Stamps of the Empire. A Historical and Prosopographical Study of Landowners in the District of RomeAuthor: E Vant Dack. Päivi Setälä, Private Domini in Roman Brick Stamps of the Empire.
A Historical and Prosopographical Study of Landowners in the District of Rome. By Marie-Thérèse Raepsaet-CharlierAuthor: Marie-Thérèse Raepsaet-Charlier. Organization of Roman brick production in the first and second centuries A. D.: an interpretation of Roman brick stamps Add to My Bookmarks Export citation Type.
Roman Brick Fields Päivi Setälä: Private Domini in Roman Brick Stamps of the Empire. A Historical and Prosopographical Study of Landowners in the District of Rome. (Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae, Dissertationes Humanarum Litterarum ) Pp.
A variety of roman bricks can carry makers marks (= stamps) Graffiti on Roman bricks, mostly naming a brick worker and the quota of bricks made on certain days To the left a brick with a soldier`s footprint, to the left a typical nailed sole from a legionary sandal A bare foot print and a legionary stamp on a legionary brick.
Organization of Roman Brick Production in the First and Second Centuries A.D. An interpretation of Roman Brick Stamps by taPio Helen, Indices. Offprint from Ann. Fenn., Diss.
Hum. Litt. [Out of print] 2. Private Domini in Roman Brick Stamps of the Empire A Historical and Prosopographical Study of Landowners in the. Roman bricks differed in size and shape from other ancient bricks as they were more commonly round, square, oblong, triangular and rectangular. The kiln fired bricks measured 1 or 2 Roman feet by 1 Roman foot, and sometimes up to 3 Roman feet with larger ones.
The Romans used brick for public and private buildings over the entire Roman empire. Helsinki: Academia Scientiarum Fennica, Pp. Setälä, Private Domini in Roman Brick Stamps of the Empire: A Historical and Prosopographical Study of Landowners in.
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The Roman Empire came after the Grecian Empire not only in the ancient Jewish prophecies, but in the actual unfolding of historical events. Examining the history of the Roman Empire Rome was actually first a Republic and then an Empire, and when Rome reached the height of its prosperity, it became the greatest empire the world has ever known.
Private domini in Roman brick stamps of the empire (väitekiri). Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, Kuningatar Kristiina – aikansa eurooppalainen (koos Matti Klinge, Laura Kolbe ja Maria-Liisa Nevalaga), Otava, Antiikin nainen, Helsingi: Otava, (6.
trükkeesti keeles "Antiigi naine", ). ISBN X. Hänen väitöskirjansa Private domini in Roman brick stamps of the empire käsitteli Rooman valtakunnassa käytettyjä tiilileimoja. Setälä työskenteli yliopistossa historian assistenttina – ja hoiti luvulla useita professorin viransijaisuuksia.
Darvill, T.C. ‘ A petrological study of LHS and TPF stamped tiles from the Cotswold region ’, in McWhirr, A.D. (ed.), Roman Brick and Tile: Studies in Manufacture, Distribution and Use in the Western Empire, BAR British Ser Oxford, – Roman brick was almost invariably of a lesser height than modern brick, but was made in a variety of different shapes and sizes.
Shapes included square, rectangular, triangular and round, and the largest bricks found have measured over three feet in length. Ancient Roman bricks had a general size of 1½ Roman feet by 1 Roman foot, but common variations up to 15 inches existed. In the middle of the 1st century BCE, Brick makers used unique stamps that had the name of the brickyard where the bricks were produced.
Brick making reached its height of production and quality in the first century. Rome used bricks far and wide; in both the private and public constructions.
Biography. Päivi Eeva Marjatta Priha was born Janu in Kuopio. Setälä defended her doctorate in history from the University of Helsinki in Her thesis Private domini in Roman brick stamps of the empire dealt with brick stamps used in the Roman älä worked at the university as a history assistant between andand in the s, held several professor.The Roman Empire and the Silk Routes: The Ancient World Economy & the Empires of Parthia, Central Asia & Han China Gallic War, Civil War, Alexandrian War, African War, and Spanish War (Landmark Books) Kurt A.
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