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THE ROLE OF LANDFORMS IN THE LOCATION OF ROMAN FORTIFICATIONS IN NORTHERN TRANSYLVANIA (TIHĂU-CĂȘEIU AREA) AND THE PRODUCTION OF PLACE AND REGIONAL IDENTITY
Alexandra-Maria COLCER, Ioan-Aurel IRIMUȘ
pp. 5-21 | Full text (PDF) | DOI: 10.23740/TID120211
By combining the technical and empirical research methods, this article aims at establishing the role of the landforms in the location of Roman settlements and fortifications in Northern Transylvania, Romania, focusing on the Dacia Porolissensis (province of the Roman Empire) border and how (and if) these elements are still present in the local identity. Cartographic methods helped us to achieve the technical part. We used the ArcMap 10.6 software. The result obtained through digital modelling is the morphometric identification of the territorial discontinuities. Considering the qualitative aspects, the used methods were the traditional ones: analysis, synthesis, induction, and deduction. These methods enabled us to better understand how these settlements influenced the regional identity. The results of the study are emphasizing the strategical importance of the landforms in establishing the Roman castrum, and it demonstrates how (or if) the associated settlements remained present in the locals’ mentality and influenced the regional identity.
GLOBALIZATION, MARGINALIZATION AND CONFLICT. A REVIEW
Globalization, Marginalization and Conflict. Political, Economic and Social Processes/Borna FUERST-BJELIŠ & Walter LEIMGRUBER (Editors)
Reviewed by Alina BRANDA
pp. – | Full text (PDF) | DOI: 10.23740/TID120216
INVENTING BERLIN. CULTURAL LANDSCAPES AND NATION-BUILDING
Inventing Berlin. Architecture, Politics and Cultural Memory in the New/Old German Capital Post-1989/ Mary DELLENBAUGH-LOSSE
Reviewed by Oana-Ramona ILOVAN
pp. – | Full text (PDF) | DOI: 10.23740/TID120217