ROTEZ – THE ROMANIAN DATABASE OF ANCIENT HOARDS. MOMENTS OF VIOLENCE IN ROMAN TIMES
The article presents a new online application that is gathering,mapping and developing a database focused on the topic how the hoards’ hiding can represent moments of violence in ancient times. In the case of this work, the geographic and chronological segments are targeting the Roman
provinces from the Middle and Lower Danube during the 2nd–3rd centuries AD.
The work also presents the numerous advantages of the applications (e.g. the possibility to enlarge the geographic and chronological criteria; to apply the program to any category of artefacts no matter the space and historical time), as well as the limits of it.
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