Auteur : Jana Horvat

ZRC SAZU
Inštitut za arheologijo (Institute of Archaeology)
Novi trg 2
SLO-1000 Ljubljana (Slovenija)
jana.horvat@zrc-sazu.si
0000-0002-5512-6407

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Jana Horvat is researcher at the ZRC SAZU – Institute of Archaeology, Ljubljana. Researcher at the ZRC SAZU – Institute of Archaeology, Ljubljana. The head of the Institute between 2001 and 2015.



 References

HORVAT, Jana, MUŠIČ, Branko, DOLENC VIČIČ, Andreja, RAGOLIČ, Anja, Arheološka najdišča Ptuja. Panorama / Archaeological sites of Ptuj. Panorama. − Opera Instituti Archaeologici Sloveniae 41, 2020.

HORVAT Jana, LAZAR Irena, GASPARI Andrej (eds.), Manjša rimska naselja na slovenskem prostoru / Minor Roman settlements in Slovenia. − Opera Instituti Archaeologici Sloveniae 40, 2020.

HORVAT, Jana (ur. / ed.), The Roman army between the Alps and the Adriatic. − Opera Instituti archaeologici Sloveniae 31, Studia Alpium et Adriae 1, 2016.

HORVAT, Jana, Andreja, DOLENC VIČIČ, Arheološka najdišča Ptuja. Rabelčja vas = Archaeological Sites of Ptuj. Rabelčja vas, Opera Instituti archaeologici Sloveniae 20, Ljubljana: Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU, Inštitut za arheologijo, 2010.

HORVAT, Jana in Alma, BAVDEK, OKRA. Vrata med Sredozemljem in Srednjo Evropo = OCRA. The gateway between the Mediterranean and Central Europe, Opera Instituti archaeologici Sloveniae 17, Ljubljana: Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU, Inštitut za arheologijo, 2009.

HORVAT, Jana, Sermin : prazgodovinska in zgodnjerimska naselbina v severozahodni Istri = a prehistoric and early Roman settlement in northwestern Istria, Opera Instituti archaeologici Sloveniae 3, Ljubljana: Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU, Inštitut za arheologijo, 1997.

The western part of present-day Slovenia belonged to Regio X of Italy in the Early Imperial Period and for the most part to the province of Venetia et Histriain the Late Roman period. It is a transitional area, crossed by the prehistoric Amber Route and later the viae publicae Aquileia–Emona–Carnuntum and Emona–Sirmium that connected the northern Adriatic with the central Danube Basin and the northern Balkans.
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