The compilation 'notitia dignitatum' (Cnd)
The compilation of lists and 89 pictures which begins with the item
notitia dignitatum omnium tam civilium quam militarium in partibus orientis
and ends with the item
ceteri praesides ad similitudinem praesidis dalmatiae officium habent

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Bibliography 2011- 2020

Bannikov, A.V.,
Late Roman auxilia and Constantine's 'Vision': World Applied Sciences Journal 30 (11) 2014 pp.1656-1659.(pdf)

Bennett, J.,
The regular Roman auxiliary regiments formed from the provinces of Asia Minor: Anatolica 37 2011 pp.251-274.

Bidwell, P.,
The Roman names of the fort at South Shields and an altar to the Di conservatores: in Collins, R. & McIntosh, F. (eds.), Life in the limes: studies of the people and objects of the Roman frontiers. (Oxford, Oxbow books, 2014), pp.49-58.

Breeze, D.J.,
The Roman army. (London, Bloomsbury, 2105).

Chauvot, A.,
L'emploi de la cavalerie romaine d'après les Res Gestae d'Ammien Marcellin: in Lazaris, S. (ed.), Le cheval, animal de guerre et de loisir dans l'Antiquité et au Moyen Âge. (Bibliothèque de l'Antiquité Tardive, 22) (Turnhout, Brepols, 2012), pp.73-84.

Christie, N.,
The fall of the Western Roman Empire: an archaeological and historical perspective. (Series: Historical endings ). (London, Bloomsbury Academic, 2011).

Collins, R.,
Military communities and transformation of the frontier from the fourth to the sixth centuries: in Petts, D. & Turner, S. (eds.), Early medieval Northumbria. Kingdoms and communities, AD.450-1100. (Studies in the early middle ages 24) (Turnhout, Brepols, 2011) pp.15-34.

Collins, R.,
Hadrian's Wall and the end of empire. The Roman frontier in the 4th and 5th centuries. (New York, Routledge, 2012).

Colombo, M.,
La datazione dell'Epitoma rei militaris e la genesi dell'esercito tardoromano. La politica militare di Teodosio I, Veg. r. mil. 1.20.2-5 e Teodosio II: Ancient Society 42 2012 pp.255-292.

Coulston, J.C.N.,
Military equipment of the 'long' 4th century on Hadrian's Wall: in Collins, R. & Allason-Jones, L. (eds.), Finds from the frontier: Material culture in the 4th-5th centuries. (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 162) (CBA, Bootham, 2010) pp. 50-63.

Coulston, J.C.N.,
Late Roman military equipment - culture, arms and the man during the Dominate: Ancient Warfare 6.5 2013 pp. 14-19.

Darby, R.,
Aufidius Priscus, the cohors secunda Galatarum, and Diocletian's re-organization of Arabia and Palaestina: the new tetrachic inscription from 'Ayn Gharandal': Journal of Roman archaeology 28 2015 pp.461-470.

Dietz, K.,
Zur Verteidigung der Nordgrenze des römischen Reiches in der Spätantike aus althistorischer Sicht: in Konrad, M. & Witschel, C. (eds.), Römische Legionslager in den Rhein- und Donauprovinzen. Nuclei spätantik-frühmittelalterlichen Lebens? (Abhandlungen der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Philosophisch-historische Klasse N.F. 138) (München, Beck, 2011), p. 63-77.

Fernández, L.,
La palabra como imagen del poder: la cultura escrita y su dimensión simbólica en la construcción del lenguaje visual de la Notitia dignitatum (The written word as an image of power in the manuscripts of the Notitia dignitatum): Codex Aquilarensis (Aguilar de Campóo, Spain) 27 2011 pp.291-304.

Fiema, Z.T. (et al.),
Provincia Arabia: Nabataea, the emergence of Arabic as a written language, and Graeco-Arabic: in Fisher. G. (ed.), Arabs and empires before Islam. (Oxford, U.P., 2015), pp.373-ff.

Francisco Heredero, A. de,
El ejército romano del Bajo Imperio: Ab Initio: Revista digital para estudiantes de Historia, 2 2011, pp.29-60.

Gerrard, J.,
The ruin of Roman Britain: an archaeological perspective. (Cambridge, University Press, 2013).

Green, T.,
Tealby, the Taifali, and the end of Roman Lincolnshire: Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 46 2011 pp.5-10. (pdf)

Haldon, J.,
The Notitia dignitatum: in Rogers, C.J. (ed.), The Oxford encyclopedia of medieval warfare and military technology. (Oxford, U.P., 2010), vol.3 pp.69-70.

Hassall, M.W.C.,
The written record and the late Roman frontier: in Collins, R. & Allason-Jones, L. (eds.), Finds from the frontier: Material culture in the 4th-5th centuries. (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 162) (CBA, Bootham, 2010) pp. 17-19 & pl.4.

Heather, P.,
Visigoths and the fall of Rome: Groniek 191 2012, pp.33-44.

Johnson, S.F.,
Travel, cartography and cosmology: in Johnson, S.F. (ed.), The Oxford handbook of late antiquity. (Oxford, University Press, 2012) pp. 562-594.

Kaiser, A.M.,
Daci und Sextodalmati. Zwei Truppen des magister militum praesentalis II Orientis in den Papyri.
(draft version published at IWOP - NFN Projekt: Imperium and Officium. Comparative Studies in ancient bureaucracy and officialdom) 2011.(pdf)

Kaiser, A.M.,
Rekrutierungspraxis im spätantiken Ägypten. draft version, part 1 and part 2 (published at IWOP - NFN Projekt: Imperium and Officium. Comparative Studies in ancient bureaucracy and officialdom) 2011.

Kaiser, A.M.,
Militärorganisation im spätantiken Ägypten (284-641 n.Chr.). (Dissertation, Universität Wien, Institut für Alte Geschichte und Altertumskunde, Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 2012).

Kaiser, A.M.,
Zur Lokalisierung von 'Tacasiria' (Not.dign.or.XXVIII,39)..
in Breitwieser, R., Frass, M. & Nightingale, G. (eds.), Calamus: Festschrift für Herbert Grassl zum 65. Geburtstag. (Philippika - Marburger altertumskundliche Abhandlungen 57), (Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, 2013), pp.295-309.(pdf)

Kaiser, A.M.,
Egyptian units and the reliability of the Notitia dignitatum, pars oriens Historia 64 2015 pp.243-261.

Koepfer, C.,
Die Schildembleme der Notitia Dignitatum: Überlegungen zur Interpretation der Darstellung der Identität römischer Militäreinheiten in der Spätantike: in Blei, J., Bülow, L. & Hausold (eds.), Heimat und Identität im Donauraum. Forschungen zur Semiotik und Geschichte. (Passau, Stutz, 2012), pp. 41-60.

Kos, P.,
Barriers in the Julian alps and Notitia dignitatum: Arheoloski vestnik 65 2014 pp.409-422.(pdf)

Lajtar, A.,
A newly discovered Greek inscription at Novae (Moesia Inferior) associated with pastus militum: Tyche 28 2013 pp. 97-111.

Le Bohec, Y. (ed.),
Encyclopedia of the Roman army (Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell, 1999-2013). - sample

Lee, D.,
Theodosius and his generals: in Kelly, C.(ed.), Theodosius II: rethinking the Roman empire in late antiquity. (Cambridge Classical Studies), (Cambridge, University Press, 2013), pp.90-108.

Lewin, A.S.,
The new frontiers of late antiquity in the Near East from Diocletian to Justinian: in Hekster, O. & Kaizer, T. (eds.), Frontiers in the Roman world. Proceedings of the Ninth Workshop of the International Network Impact of empire (Durham, 16-19 April 2009). (Leiden, Brill, 2011), pp.233-263.

Liebeschuetz, J.H.W.G.,
Arab tribesmen and desert frontiers in late antiquity: Journal of late antiquity 8 2015 pp. 62-96.

Macdonald, M.C.A. (et al.),
Arabs and empires before the sixth century: in Fisher. G. (ed.), Arabs and empires before Islam. (Oxford, U.P., 2015), pp.11-89.

Matthews, J.F.,
The Notitia urbis Constantinopolitanae: in Grig.L. & Kelly, G. (eds.), Two Romes. Rome and Constantinople in late antiquity. (Oxford Studies in late antiquity) (Oxford, U.P., 2012), pp.81-115.

Nicasie, M.J.,
The Notitia dignitatum - a difficult source for a difficult period: Ancient Warfare 6,5 2013 pp. 9-12.

Nicolle, D. & Hook.A.,
European medieval tactics (1): The fall and rise of cavalry 450-1260. (Oxford, Osprey, 2011).

O'Hara, R.,
An asssessment of the Notitia dignitatum as a historical source for the late Roman bureaucracy (PhD thesis, Department of ancient classics, National University of Ireland, Maynouth, October 2013).(pdf)

Palme, B.,
Notitia dignitatum: in Bagnall, R.S.(et al. eds), The Encyclopedia of Ancient History (Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell, 1999-2013)pp. 4814-4817.

Paul, M.,
Fibeln und Gürtelzubehör der späten römischen Kaiserzeit aus 'Augusta Vindelicum'/ Augsburg. (Münchner Beiträge zur Provinzialrömischen Archäologie, 3), (Wiesbaden, Reichert, 2011).

Barbarism and religion. Vol.6: Barbarism: triumph in the west. (Cambridge, U.P., 2015)

Pollard, N.,
Imperatores castra dedicaverunt: security, army bases, and military dispositions in later Roman Egypt (late Third-Fourth Century) Journal of Late Antiquity 6 2013 pp.3-36.

Pollard, N. & Berry, J.,
The complete Roman legions. (London, Thames & Hudson, 2012) - (pp.215-221: The Notitia dignitatum and the legions in late antiquity.)

Poulter, A.G.,
An indefensible frontier: the claustra Alpium Iuliarum: Jahreshefte des Österreichischen Archäologischen Institutes 81 2012 (pdf)

Rance, P.,
The third equites stablesiani at Cyrrhus: Chiron 42 2012 pp.345-358.

Rance, P.,
An unnoticed regimental Diaconus in the correspondence of Theodoret of Cyrrhus: Historia 63 2014 pp. 117-128.

Rance, P.,
Sculca, sculcator, exculcator and proculcator: the scouts in the late Roman army and a disputed etymology: Latomus 73 2014 pp. 474-501.

Rocco, M.,
L’esercito romano tardoantico: persistenze e cesure dai Severi a Teodosio I. (Studi e progetti, Padova), ( edizioni, 2012).

Salway, B.,
Putting the world in order: mapping in Roman texts: in Talbert, R.J.A. (ed.), Ancient perspectives: maps and their place in Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome. The Kenneth Nebenzahl, Jr., lectures in the history of cartography. (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2012) pp.193-234.

Schwarcz, A.,
The Roman frontier along the upper Danube in late antiquity: in Halfond, G.I. (ed.), The medieval way of war. Studies in medieval military history in honor of Bernard S. Bacharach. (Ashgate, Farnham, 2015), pp.21-38.

Slootjes, D.,
Notitia dignitatum: in Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum: Sachwörterbuch zur Auseinandersetzung des Christentums mit der antiken Welt. (Bd.25) (Stuttgart, Hiersemann, 2013), cols.1133-1145.

Smith, R.,
Measures of difference: the fourth-century transformation of the Roman imperial court: American Journal of Philology 132 2011 pp.125-151.

Traina, G.,,
Mapping the world under Theodosius II in Kelly, C.(ed.), Theodosius II: rethinking the Roman empire in late antiquity. (Cambridge Classical Studies), (Cambridge, University Press, 2013), pp.155-171.

Whately, C.,
War in late antiquity: secondary works, literary sources and material evidence: in Sarantis, A. & Christie, N. (eds.), War and warfare in late antiquity - current perspectives (Late antique archaeology 8.1 and 8.2) (Leiden, Brill, 2013) pp.101-151.

Whately, C.,
Making sense of the frontier armies in late antiquity: an historian's perspective: in Collins, R., Symonds, M. & Weber, M. (eds.), Roman military architecture on the frontiers: armies and their architecture in late antiquity. (Oxford, Oxbow, 2015) pp.6-17.

Wheeler E.L.,
Notitia dignitatum, Or. 38 and Roman deployment in Colchis: assessing recent views: in Cabouret, B., Groslambert, A. & Wolff, C. (eds.), Visions de l'Occident romain no.40 (vols.1 & 2). Hommages à Yann Le Bohec. (Lyon, Université Jean Moulin, 2012), vol.2 pp. 621-676.

Zaccaria, M.,
Claustra alpium Iuliarum: a research plan: Haemus (an electronic journal for the history and archaeology of the Balkan peninsula) 1 2012 pp.135-167. (pdf)


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