Auteur : Davor Bulić

Odsjek za arheologiju
Centar za interdisciplinarna
arheološka istraživanja krajolika
I. M. Ronjgova 1, 52100 Pula (CROATIE)
davor.bulic@unipu.hr
+385 91 565-7194
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Davor Bulić is Assistant professor at the Department of Archaeology and the Department of History at the Faculty of Humanities of the Juraj Dobrila University in Pula (Croatia) where he teaches courses in ancient archaeology and ancient history. He participated in numerous archaeological research and leaded researches in Fažana and Plomin Luka. As a research associate, he participated in two scientific research projects of the Croatian Science Foundation. He was a member of the organizing committee of several international scientific conferences in the fields of history and archaeology. The area of his scientific interests are various aspects during the Roman period in Istria, especially those related to the economic and social history, as well as archaeological evidence of the spiritual, social and economic transformations in Late Antiquity.

accès au livre Adriatlas 3. Recherches pluridisciplinaires récentes sur les amphores nord-adriatiques à l'époque romaine
The Pax Romana, instituted during the period of the emperor Augustus, was the primarily condition for both general societal progress and economic production. The individuals who were mainly involved in economic production and commerce, most often belonged to the senatorial and equestrian classes and also maintained control over the production of amphorae.
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