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Ethnic identity and imperial power : the Batavians in the early Roman empire

Author: Nico Roymans
Publisher: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, ©2004.
Series: Amsterdam archaeological studies, 10.
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An empirically-based analysis of the emergence of the Batavian ethnicity within the Roman Empire.
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Roymans, Nico.
Ethnic identity and imperial power.
Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, ©2004
(OCoLC)56652609
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nico Roymans
ISBN: 1417583401 9781417583409 9789048505357 9048505356
OCLC Number: 58538163
Language Note: English.
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [Place of publication not identified] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations.
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: 1. Research aims, central concepts and perspectives. The study of ethnicity and ethnogenesis --
Roman imperial power and the ethnic dynamics in the Lower Rhine frontier --
Ethnicity, texts and material culture. Methodological considerations --
Structure of the text --
2. Social change in the Late Iron Age Lower Rhine region. The adoption of coinage --
The emergence of regional sanctuaries --
The development of a major nucleated settlement at Kessel/Lith --
The mass circulation of glass bracelets --
Discussion. A new kind of society in the Lower Rhine region? --
3. Caesar's conquest and the ethnic reshuffling of the Lower Rhine frontier zone. Major changes in the tribal map after the Roman conquest --
Archaeological discussion on continuity and discontinuity of habitation in the Rhine delta in the later 1st century BC --
The Lower Rhine population and their presumed Germanic ethnicity --
4. The gold triskeles coinages of the Eburones. Late Iron Age coin circulation in the Lower Rhine region --
The triskeles Scheers 31 type coins: typology, metrology, and distribution --
Chronology and the problem of historical interpretation --
Ascription to the Eburones and the link to Caesar's conquest --
Patterns of deposition and loss: the archaeological contexts --
Appendix 4.1. List of 'imported' gold staters found in the Lower Rhine region --
Appendix: Descriptive list of the Scheers 31 triskeles coins --
5. Roman frontier politics and the formation of a Batavian polity. The roots of the alliance between the Romans and Batavians --
On the role of a king --
From kingship to magistrature --
6. The Lower Rhine triquetrum coinages and the formation of a Batavian polity. Distribution, classification and chronology of the Lower Rhine triquetrum coinages --
Batavian emissions? --
Production, circulation and deposition of triquetrum coinages in the Batavian river area. Some Hypotheses --
Appendix: List of sites where triquetrum coins have been found --
7. Kessel/Lith. A Late Iron Age central place in the Rhine/Meuse delta. Dredged from sand and gravel. History of the finds, the find circumstances, and representativity --
Description of the find complex --
The Meuse/Waal river junction at Kessel /Lith in the Late Iron Age and Early Roman period --
Settlement, cult place or battlefield? Interpretation of the find complex at Kessel/Lith --
A monumental Roman temple at Kessel --
Grinnes and Vada --
The Kessel/Lith settlement from a Northwest-European perspective --
Kessel/Lith as a centre of power and a key place in the construction of a Batavian identity group --
Appendix: Descriptive catalogue of the metal finds dredged at Kessel/Lith --
8. The political and institutional structure of the pre-Flavian civitas Batavorum. Roman imperialism and the control of tribal groups in the Germanic frontier --
The municipalisation of the civitas Batavorum --
Nijmegen as a central place --
The pre-Flavian civitas Batavorum and its relation to coastal tribes in the Rhine/Meuse delta --
Civitas organisation and Batavian identity --
9. Foederis Romani monumenta. Public memorials of the alliance with Rome. The marble head of Julius Caesar from Nijmegen --
The Tiberius column from Nijmegen --
A fragment of an imperial tabula patronatus from Escharen --
Discussion --
10. Image and self-image of the Batavians. The Roman army and the cultivation of a Batavian identity --
Dominant Roman images of the Batavians --
Dominant elements in the self-image of Batavians --
11. Hercules and the construction of a Batavian identity in the context of the Roman empire. Introduction. Myth, history and the construction of collective identities --
Evidence for Trojan foundation myths in Gaul and Britain --
Hercules as the first civiliser of the Germanic frontier --
The cult of Hercules among the Batavians --
The appeal of the Roman Hercules and the construction of a Batavian identity --
The Hercules sanctuaries and their significance for the construction of a Batavian identity<--
On the Hercules cult in the other civitates of Lower Germany --
Discussion --
12. Conclusion and epilogue. The ethnogenesis of the Batavians. A summary --
From a Batavian people to a Roman civitas? --
The case of the Batavians and ethnogenetic theory.
Series Title: Amsterdam archaeological studies, 10.
Responsibility: Nico Roymans.
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