Roman Bronze Statuettes from the Netherlands. I. Statuettes found North of the Limes. II. Statuettes found South of the Limes.

2 vols., XIII, 140, XIII, 216 pp. corpus of bronze statuettes found in the Netherlands corresponding to the Roman division of the territory, maps, appendices, bibliography, hundreds of illus., often showing multiple views of the sculptures. Sm. 4to. Cloth. Groningen (J. B. Wolters) 1967-1969. (Scripta Archaeologica Goningana, 1-2).

In Roman times the country was divided horizontally along the defense-line along the Rhine. The northern part, except for a brief period, belonged to Libera Germania. Yet a surprising quantity of statuettes have been found in the northern provinces.

Book ID: 30288

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