TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «AQUAE MATTIACORUM»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AQUAE MATTIACORUM»
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Rivers and the Power of Ancient Rome
3940. Aquae Arnemetiae . Aquae Sulis . Aquae Granni . Aquae Mattiacorum .
Divodurum . Montbouy . Alesia . BalesmeS-sur-Marne . Bourbonne-les-Bains .
Aquae Aureliae . Badenweiler . Aquae Helveticae . Aquae Nisincii . Aquae
American Journal of Archaeology
... A.D.— Recently discovered Roman remains, marked by charred and
blackened remnants of buildings, over which at some later time another Roman
settlement was built, point to the destruction of Aquae Mattiacorum in the
outbreak of Usipii ...
Neuro-Ophthalmology: The Practical Guide
Grid Name Period Modern Name / Location Reference G2 Aquae Granni Aquae
Mattiacorum § Mattiaci RL RL Aachen GER Wiesbaden GER Romer Nordrhein-
Westfalen 321-26 NPauly Aquae III.4 RE 12 G2 Ara Ubiorum/ R/ Koln GER
Leonard A. Levin, Anthony C. Arnold, 2011
The Rhine: including the Black forest & the Vosges; handbook ...
Wiesbaden, the Roman Aquae Mattiacorum, was one of the Roman forts to
defend the frontier of the Main and may have existed as such from the time of
Drusus. It was already a considerable settlement in the beginning of the first
century of ...
Karl Baedeker (Firm), 1911
Select Documents of the Principates of the Flavian Emperors: ...
(b) CIL, xvi, 23; Aquae Mattiacorum. (c) 15 April, a.d. 78. (d) Equites et pedites of
six alae: Noricorum, singularium, Moesica, Afrorum veterana, Siliana, Sulpicia;
and of one cohort: i Flavia Hispanorum (Germania Inferior). (e) Q. Iulius Cordinus
M. McCrum, A. G. Woodhead, 2011
Kaiser, Heer und Gesellschaft in der Römischen Kaiserzeit: ...
The fort itself was given up at the beginning of the second century, probably by
110, and the civil settlement Aquae Mattiacorum was built nearby to become the
centre of civitas Mattiacorum probably before 1 17.36 The veteran would almost ...
Géza Alföldy, Brian Dobson, Werner Eck, 2000
Atlas of Classical History
... 171 E3 Apurytai 19 H3 Aquae 140 B3 Aquae Arnemetiae 131 C6 Aquae
Flaviae 144 A2 Aquae Hypsitanae/Forum Traiani 146 B4 Aquae Larodes/
Thermae Selinuntinae 148 B3 Aquae Lesitanae 146 C4 Aquae Mattiacorum 140
B2 Aquae ...
Richard J.A. Talbert, 2002
In the 13th century, the Counts of Nassau poured their money into Wiesbaden,
making it a "town of residence," The Romans called their city Aquae Mattiacorum
, "water of the Mattiaci," a German tribe. They built a wall around the city and ...
The Celts and centurions fell for it at the Aquae Mattiacorum in Wiesbaden, and
Sam would wind up falling for it here at Utah's Swiss Alps. 20 Chapter Two ...
... 473; Grannus 474, 614 appearance 95–112 Appleby 259,260 Apuleius,
Metamorphoses473 Aquae Mattiacorum 607 Aquileia 106,519 Aquitaine 123
787 Argentorate 611 Argyllshire 655, 657 Arianhrod 790 Ariovistus 30,606,609