The Roman fort at Ács-Vaspuszta (Hungary) on the Danubian limes, Volume 1
B.A.R., 1989 - Antiques & Collectibles - 876 pages
A two-volume study detailing excavations at this large Roman fort in north-western Hungary. The first volume contains details of the excavations themselves-the defences, consisting of ditches, ramparts, gates and towers and the headquarter's building, including its structural sequence and timber buildings in its vicinity. There follows a catalogue of the finds. In the second volume there is evaluation and discussion of the finds and the plates.
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The natural environment of AcsVaspuszta
Structural sequence The fort in the Pannonian
The surroundings of AcsVaspuszta The Upper
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Antonine Arrabona ascending wall Barkoczi Base frag beaker Brigetio brown filling brown glaze burned burnished burnt layer Carnuntum coated by brown coated by green cobbling cohors conical beaker containing burnt material Danube debris decoration depth destruction layer diaphysis earth-timber east excavations fan-shaped angle tower filling of ditch flagon forts fossa Frag showing gate green glaze grey fabric Gritty ground level guard-chamber hard fabric horizontal humus imbrex internal wall Kandler larger coarse grit Late Roman layers layer containing legio X Gemina legio XIIII Gemina micaceous mortar Noricum ovolo Pannonia pebble pit containing burnt porta decumana post-holes pottery presumed principia rampart Rheinzabern Ri-Fi Rim frag robbed wall Samian ware second earth-timber sherds Siscia socle south-west Square 31 Stray find surface thick Trench 25 Trench 30 Trench 42 undressed stones Unstratified Vaspuszta Wall frag wall is coated yellow clay