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Sammelwerk  Latrinae: Roman toilets in the northwestern provinces of the Roman Empire
Hoss, Stefanie [Hrsg.]. - Oxford (2018)


In Reihe: Archaeopress Roman archaeology / 31
Deskriptoren: Antike
Sprache: Englisch
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Inhalt

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Introduction
Hoss, Stefanie. • S. 1-4

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Sewers or cesspits? Modern assumptions and Roman preferences
Jansen, Gemma. • S. 5-18

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The latrine at the Roman fort on the Antonine Wall at Bearsden
Breeze, David J.. • S. 19-22

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Flushed with success - a Roman flushing installation in the latrines of the Great Bathhouse of the Colonia Ulpia Traiana near Xanten (D)
Zieling, Norbert. • S. 23-28

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The latrines of Roman Aachen
Schaub, Andreas. • S. 29-34

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An outhouse in the garden? - Looking at a backyard in the "vicus" of Bonn
Andrikopoulou-Strack, Jeanne-NoraFiedler, ManuelHöpken, Constanze. • S. 35-42

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A bath with public toilets in the "vicus" of Bonn
White, Gary. • S. 43-46

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The Roman public toilet of Rottenburg am Neckar
Hoss, Stefanie. • S. 47-54

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Latrines connected to bathhouses in Germania inferior - an overview
Dodt, Michael. • S. 55-76

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Roman toilets in Nijmegen, "Oppidum Batavorum" and "Ulpia Noviomagus", the Netherlands
Heirbaut, Elly N. A.. • S. 77-88

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Arlon, apport des decouvertes recentes dans le vicus a 1'examen des latrines gallo-romaines
Henrotay, Denis. • S. 89-94

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A Roman latrine near St. Kolumba in Cologne and its remarkable contents
Dodt, Michael. • S. 95-102

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Latrine pits in the Roman "vicus" of "Vitudurum" / Oberwintherthur (Switzerland)
Jauch, Verena. • S. 103-118

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A Roman cesspit from the mid-2nd century with lead price tags in the civil town of Carnuntum (Schloss Petronell/Austria)
Petznek, Beatrix. • S. 119-126

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Roman chamber pots
Petznek, Beatrix. • S. 127-136

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A Roman 'Toilet bowl' from Speicher (Eifelkreis Bitburg-Priim, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)
Bienert, Bernd. • S. 137-142

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The meaning of "stercus" in Roman military papyri - dung or human faeces? Or: who is supposed to clean "this" shit up?
Juntunen, Kai. • S. 143ff.