The present article represents a survey of the literature concerning the cult associations from the northern shore of the Black Sea, from the early publications, to the most recent works. The endeavour attempts to draw not only on the evolution of the research, but also to bring up some of the inscriptions which have been edited. The need for such an approach lies in the rich bibliographical publications from the last decades, but also in the rich information they provide, and in the advantage of placing/ and contextualising it in the larger research.
Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa and the Archaeological Research Carried Out between 1881 and 1893
Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica 20(1): 307-351 Imola BODA ABSTRACT The aim of this article is to promote and capitalize on the contribution of the19th century Transylvanian cultural elite, to the field of Roman archaeological heritage, namely: colonia Ulpia Traiana Augusta Dacica Sarmizegetusa Metropolis. The archaeological researches carried out between 1881 and 1893 were led by Gábor Téglás and Pál Király. Their work, which will be translated and reinterpreted in the present study, focused on five great Roman structures: the temple of the Palmyrene Gods, Mithras’ sanctuary, the Roman bath, the Roman houses and the amphitheatre. Scopul acestui articol este acela de a promova contribuția elitei culturale din Transilvania secolului al XIX-lea în domeniul arheologiei romane, mai precis săpăturile din colonia Ulpia Traiana Augusta Dacica Sarmizegetusa Metropolis. Cercetările arheologice desfășurate între 1881 și 1893 au fost conduse de Gábor Téglás și Pál Király. Lucrările lor, care vor fi traduse și reinterpretate(…)