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Dalmatians in the Roman Imperial Fleet / Demicheli, Dino.

By: Demicheli, Dino.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 2015Description: 391-398.Other title: Dalmatians in the Roman Imperial Fleet [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.07 | Roman Imperial navy, Dalmatians, onomastics, inscriptions, epigraphy In: International Limes congress (22 ; 2015 ; Ruse) Proceedings of the 22nd International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Ruse, Bugarska, 6-11.9.2012 str. 391-398Summary: The epigraphic heritage of the Roman navy is abun-dant and every scholar who was writing about it in general, said something of sailors’ origin. It is well known that the rows of Roman imperial fleet were filled by the peregrines, so in the navy we could find numerous individuals from the peregrine commu-nities that had no Roman citizenship. According to epigraphic criteria, there are 78 individuals of Dalmatian origin attested in 66 inscriptions.
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= Bulletin of the National Archaeological Institute XLII, 2015

The epigraphic heritage of the Roman navy is abun-dant and every scholar who was writing about it in general, said something of sailors’ origin. It is well known that the rows of Roman imperial fleet were filled by the peregrines, so in the navy we could find numerous individuals from the peregrine commu-nities that had no Roman citizenship. According to epigraphic criteria, there are 78 individuals of Dalmatian origin attested in 66 inscriptions.

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