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ローマ帝国の国境線(Frontiers of the Roman Empire)

Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
RIO TIGRIS
Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
Vienna
Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
Frontier of the Roman Empire
Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
Archaeology of Volubilis
Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
King Matthias I, Matthias Fountain (Mátyás kútja), Buda
Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
Boulevard Jules Ferry, Beaune - preserved bastions
Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
King Matthias I, Heroes' sq. (Hősök tere), Budapest
Germanicus
Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
Niculitel - Palaeo-Christian crypt of Zotikos, Attalos, Kamasis and Philippos and 4th century basilica
Tunnel under the Antonine Wall on the Forth and Clyde Canal

国名:de Germany gb United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

登録年:1987年

登録基準:(ii),(iii),(iv)
The ‘Roman Limes’ represents the border line of the Roman Empire at its greatest extent in the 2nd century AD. It stretched over 5,000 km from the Atlantic coast of northern Britain, through Europe to the Black Sea, and from there to the Red Sea and across North Africa to the Atlantic coast. The remains of the Limes today consist of vestiges of built walls, ditches, forts, fortresses, watchtowers and civilian settlements. Certain elements of the line have been excavated, some reconstructed and a few destroyed. The two sections of the Limes in Germany cover a length of 550 km from the north-west of the country to the Danube in the south-east. The 118-km-long Hadrian’s Wall (UK) was built on the orders of the Emperor Hadrian c. AD 122 at the northernmost limits of the Roman province of Britannia. It is a striking example of the organization of a military zone and illustrates the defensive techniques and geopolitical strategies of ancient Rome. The Antonine Wall, a 60-km long fortification in Scotland was started by Emperor Antonius Pius in 142 AD as a defense against the “barbarians” of the north. It constitutes the northwestern-most portion of the Roman Limes.

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