Not only the Tisa River basin. The martial activities of the Przeworsk culture peoples and their allies in the Roman Period

@article{Kontny2019NotOT,
  title={Not only the Tisa River basin. The martial activities of the Przeworsk culture peoples and their allies in the Roman Period},
  author={Bartosz Kontny},
  journal={Acta Archaeologica Carpathica},
  year={2019}
}
  • B. Kontny
  • Published 2019
  • History
  • Acta Archaeologica Carpathica
The author presents the movements of the Przeworsk culture warriors basing on written and archaeological sources but utilizes also the results of anthropological research. The warriors participated in military enterprises, viz. the raids but also more important ventures aimed at different areas (i.a. to the north – Vimose on Funen, and south-east – Čatyr Dag on Crimean Peninsula). Anthropological studies suggest that what was important for them was not the permanent direction, but tantalizing… 

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