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Gui Monica
UBB
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Perioada: 2004-2008
Institutia de invatamant: Facultatea de Istorie si Filosofie, UBB
Specializarea: Arheologie
Titlul obtinut la absolvire: B.A.
Perioada: 2008-2010
Institutia de invatamant: Facultatea de Istorie si Filosofie, UBB
Specializarea: Arheologie şi Studii Clasice
Titlul obtinut la absolvire: M.A.
Istorie
Soldatul roman în Dacia. Identitate militară şi aspecte de viaţă socială

 

prof. dr. Mihai Bărbulescu
Articole prezentate
Perioada desfasurarii: 2012
Denumire conferinta: 22nd Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC), 29.03-01.04.2012, Frankfurt am Main, Germania
Institutia organizatoare: Goethe-Universität, TU Darmstadt, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut
Titlu articol prezentat: Being a Roman soldier in Dacia: a small finds story (poster)
Coautor(i):
Cuvinte cheie:
Abstract: The purpose of the study is to deal with this particular category on a more personal level (as opposed to a grand narrative of the Roman soldier) by looking at military small finds assemblages from Dacia. Generally lacking complete finds catalogues for any particular site, most of the assemblages had to be literally ‘assembled’ from more or less obscure publications. At the core of this undertaking lies a database with over 1500 items (and counting!), an admittedly very small number when compared to even single sites throughout the Empire. Many are missing a clear context and the bulk of the finds comes from the auxiliary forts on the northern frontier, not Dacia proper (wherever possible, finds from the south and from the legionary fortresses were taken into consideration). Nevertheless, these samples do offer a glimpse into the lives of the soldiers. So far, the array (personal ornaments, toilet and surgical implements, tools, household objects, fittings etc.) is discouragingly uniform, in so much as we can say that the soldiers in Dacia used, for example, the same spoons as those from Vindonissa, or the same keys as those from Vindolanda. It seems that the life of a soldier was framed within a ‘Roman’ way of life to the smallest details, but an overview of the assemblages allows us to compare and contrast them, assess what was typical and what stood out, to pick up hints of regional differences or of social dynamics, faint as they are in this apparent melting pot of a province.
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Dovezi privind participarea: Trac
Perioada desfasurarii: 2012
Denumire conferinta: 22nd International Limes Congress, 6.09-11.09.2012, Ruse, Bulgaria
Institutia organizatoare:
Titlu articol prezentat: Illuminating the soldiers’ homes. The evidence of lighting devices from the barracks of forts and fortresses in Roman Dacia
Coautor(i): D. Petruţ
Cuvinte cheie:
Abstract: Recent studies addressing the question of soldiers’ communities within the Roman army in the time of the Principate emphasize the role of the barracks as places where the communal identities of the soldiers were strengthened through a wide range of collective occupations, including food preparation, dining and various leisure activities. According to our current knowledge of the soldiers` barracks in the abovementioned period, the architectural features of these structures did not provide access to a suitable amount of natural light, therefore the need to attend to this shortcoming by means of artificial lighting would seem evident. Conversely, the question of lighting in the barracks has not been addressed so far through the systematic analysis of the lighting devices pertaining to these buildings. The presentation intends to offer insight into the question of illumination in the barracks of legionary and auxiliary soldiers from Roman Dacia, by analyzing the evidence of lighting devices discovered in the respective buildings. Along with the primary question related to the degree to which artificial lighting was employed, further problems which will be addressed include the proportion of lighting implements found in the barracks compared to other internal structures, the possible discrepancy between “lamp consumption” in auxiliary forts and legionary fortresses, as well as the assessment of the assumption that the intensity of lamp use in military context was subjected to chronological variation. A comparative analysis of military sites from other areas of the Empire where this type of data is available will also be employed.
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Dovezi privind participarea: Limes
Perioada desfasurarii: 2012
Denumire conferinta: Conferinţa naţională a studenţilor şi doctoranzilor - istorie, arheologie, muzeologie - ediţia XX, 16.11.2012, Alba-Iulia
Institutia organizatoare: Universitatea "1 Decembrie 1918" Alba Iulia
Titlu articol prezentat: Viaţa în barăcile militare din Dacia în lumina descoperirilor arheologice. Probleme de metodologie şi interpretări
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Abstract: Armata romană se numără printre cele mai studiate instituţii antice. Aspectele aprofundate se referă la organizare, ierarhie, cariere, strategie sau armament. Destul de recent a început explorarea unei directii alternative de cercetare având în prim-plan factorul uman. Aceasta vine ca o realizare a faptului că întregul schelet instituţional se baza pe oameni, nu pe pioni sau pe soldăţei de plumb.
O astfel de abordare e favorizată în zonele în care cercetarea tradiţională a armatei e deosebit de avansată (Marea Britanie, Germania) Cu toate că în cazul Daciei ar mai fi multe de spus despre fortificaţii sau strategii, credem că şi aici cunoştinţele au ajuns la un nivel suficient pentru a perimte o tentativă de acest gen, cu toate limitările inevitabile. Astfel, studiul nostru încearcă revalorificarea materialului arheologic mărunt publicat din castre, pe coordonatele teoretice determinate de integrarea unor teorii sociale în cercetarea arheologică. Ne referim în primul rând la teoria practicilor, care pune în legătură diferitele tipare (geografice, temporale etc.) cu „moduri de a face lucruri.” Analiza efectuată se vrea mai degrabă contextuală decât cantitativă, sperând prin aceasta contracararea parţială a caracterul fragmentar al ansamblurilor arheologice militare din Dacia.
Punând accentul pe context (în sensul larg) şi selectând categoriile de obiecte cu potenţial de a transmite mesaje sociale sau culturale (podoabe, obiecte de toaletă etc.), sperăm să evidenţiem câteva faţete ale vieţii cazone, mizând pe datele concrete din Dacia şi mai puţin pe sintezele generale dedicate subiectului. Astfel, ne putem apropia de a înţelege ce însemna în realitate viaţa în barăci şi impactul său asupra soldaţilor.
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Dovezi privind participarea: Dovezi privind participarea
Perioada desfasurarii: 2013
Denumire conferinta: XVIIIth Roman Military Equipment Conference, 10.06-14.06.2013, Copenhaga, Danemarca
Institutia organizatoare: Nationalmuseet København
Titlu articol prezentat: Recently found harness fittings from the Roman fort at Porolissum on the northern frontier
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Abstract: The excavations carried out during the last three years at the Roman fort from Porolissum-Pomet (Dacia Porolissensis) have focused on the somewhat oddly located building ‘B6’, previously known only from very limited investigations. Its function is not yet fully elucidated, but interesting clues have started to surface.
From the fairly varied array of military objects recovered, it is worth mentioning at this point a number of copper alloy openwork harness fittings. The different types of mounts and pendants feature pelta and volute based motifs. While in the vein of the typical Celtic style decorative repertoire common throughout the Empire, especially in the first part of the 3rd century, strict parallels have not been identified so far, except for a couple of isolated finds from Dacia.
Most interesting, the majority of these fittings seem to be part of the same set: six mounts (three of which with pendants still attached) were found fused together; further pieces were lying around in close proximity. Possibly connected to this, or similar sets, are a pair of openwork button-and-loop fasteners, as well as other pendants and strap mounts discovered within or outside the respective building.
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Dovezi privind participarea: ROMEC
Articole publicate
Revista/Volum: Ephemeris Napocensis 21, 2011, pp. 115-130
Anul publicarii: 2011
Indexare BDI:
Titlu articol: Evidence for medical and personal care for the Roman army in Dacia
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Cuvinte cheie: medical care, hygiene, surgical and toilet implements, Roman army, Dacia
Abstract: The aim of this study is to bring forth the evidence from Dacia regarding medical and personal care in the provincial army and to highlight all the strategies adopted to counter or avert illness, while at the same time trying to avoid too much speculation or generalisation (though examples from other provinces are recalled). First the epigraphic data will be analysed: inscriptions mentioning medical personnel, collyrium stamps, votive monuments, but also their location (medical sanctuaries, spas). The second part is dedicated to archaeological data, both architectural (valetudinaria, thermae) and artefactual (surgical and toilet implements). Since the latter category is the most consistent body of evidence, a more refined classification is attempted, as well as, wherever possible, an extended discussion on context, spatial distribution and patterns in use and deposition.
Format electronic: MedicalCareRomanArmy
Dovezi privind publicarea: Dovezi privind publicarea
Revista/Volum: Annales Universitatis Apulensis Series Historica 16/I, 2012, pp. 37-45
Anul publicarii: 2012
Indexare BDI: http://www.ceeol.com/aspx/issuedetails.aspx?issueid=6a3ba3b3-2041-4495-90f2-af51987e57c5&articleId=6b7914e7-3991-4455-b810-6a5b399d704c
Titlu articol: Small Finds - what are they good for?
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Abstract: Abstract. The aim of this paper is to illustrate how small find of the Roman (imperial) period can have an important contribution, alongside written sources, to the understanding of even an ‘historical’ society. Some theoretical and methodological aspects involved in finds studies will also be briefly presented.
The debates started particularly in the field of prehistoric archaeology about the relationship between humans and the material world gave rise to an array of theoretical stances, which, until rather recently, had little echo in Roman provincial or classical archaeology. The strands picked up by post-processual archaeology revolve around the idea that material culture is ‘meaningfully constituted’ and that, consequently, artefacts should be studied from the perspective of the social practices they facilitated. Surely, Roman artefacts can be viewed in the same way.
Small finds are especially suited to addressing current issues (like general sociological matters, negotiating identities etc.) since they are much easier to quantify than other materials. However, their interpretation must derive from complete and detailed analyses, as well as acknowledged theoretical bases. A few concrete examples (mainly related to the military) are drawn from the vast bibliography on small finds, in order to show their potential and support the points previously made.
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Dovezi privind publicarea: Small Finds
Mobilitati
Institutia primitoare: Accademia di Romania in Roma
Perioada:
De la: 01.01.2013
Pana la: 30.04.2013
Institutia primitoare: Archäologisches Institut, Univeristät zu Köln
Perioada:
De la: 01.03.2012
Pana la: 31.05.2012

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