Auteur : Tina Žerjal

2001 – diploma University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Department of archaeology 2008 – PhD University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Department of archaeology 2003 – 2008 assistent reseracher ZRC SAZU, Department of archaeology 2010-2016 conservator Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritageof Slovenia, Preventive Arhcaeology Center 2017- Arhej d. o. o. 2018 – docent University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Department of archaeology ; seminar Roman material culture.

 

Reference

Tina Žerjal, Matjaž Novšak (2020): Školarice pri Spodnjih Škofijah, Ljubljana.

Matjaž Novšak, Iris Bekljanov Zidanšek, Tina Žerjal (2019): Križišče pri Spodnjih Škofijah, Arheologija na avtocestah Slovenije 81, Ljubljana.

Vesna Tratnik, Tina Žerjal (2017): “Ajdovščina (Castra) – the extra muros settlement”, Arheološki vestnik, 68.

Jana Horvat, Irena Lazar, Andrej Gaspari, ed. (2020) : Manjša rimska naselja na slovenskem prostoru / Minor Roman settlements in Slovenia, Opera Instituti Archaeologici Sloveniae 40.

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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