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Welcome to the online edition of the Pomoerium. Volume 1 is now available. Articles are available in PDF files.

 

Contents - vol. 1/1994

Introduction/Geleitwort

 

5

Krzysztof T. Witczak (Lódz)

The Linear B Sign *76: A Proposal for New Value (ri2)

7

Fabio Mora (Tübingen)

Die griechischen Theophoren Namen (im Bereich der griechischen Inseln)

15

Krzysztof Glombiowski (Gdansk)

The Campaign of Cyrus the Younger and the Retreat of the „Ten Thousand": The Chronology

37

Maurizio Bettini (Siena)

Alkmene und das Wiesel

45

Gerhard Radke (Berlin)

Betrachtungen zu den feriae des Monats April

51

Marek Zyromski (Poznan)

Specialization – the Hidden Feature of the Roman Provincial Administration

63

Walter Scheidel (Wien)

Germanicvs und Sarmaticvs: Die Ereignisgeschichte des Jahres 175 bei Cassius Dio und die Emissionsabfolge der kaiserlichen Reichsprägung

69

Geoffrey MacCormack (Aberdeen)

Voluntas testatoris and Scaev. D. 29,7,14 / Afr. 29,7,15

75

Ryszard Pankiewicz (Bochum)

Les prix et l’argent dans le Nouveau Testament

87

Juliusz Jundzill (Bydgoszcz)

Das Geld in der lateinisch-christlichen Literatur des spätrömischen Kaiserreiches

101

Marek Starowieyski (Varsovie)

Les de viris illustribus comme source pour l’histoire de la littérature chrétienne ancienne

127

Krzysztof Pawlowski (Montpellier)

Formes urbaines en Languedoc et les débuts de l’urbanisme en Europe médiévale

139

 

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