Rome and After in Central & Eastern Europe (RomA)

Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS Latinus 9661, fol. 73v (reproduced with permission)

This multilingual and interdisciplinary series, published by Brepols Publishers (Turnhout), provides an exciting forum for research into the archaeology, history, and art history of the Danubian world and central Balkans. Covering a period that begins at the end of the 3rd century BC with the expansion eastwards of the Roman Empire and the conquest of Illyria, and continues up to the confirmation of the ‘barbarian’ hegemonies in the central Balkans in the 8th century AD, the RomA series encourages the publication of innovative research into a part of the world that both underwent, and was central to, many major evolutions and changes. Volumes in the series are thus of interest both to Roman specialists, and to scholars of the Early Byzantine and Medieval world. The broad geographical focus of the series is on an area comprising the Danubian provinces of the Roman Empire, from present-day southern Germany to eastern Romania (from west to east: Raetia, Noricum, Pannonia, Upper Moesia, Dacia and Lower Moesia), together with the neighbouring Central Balkan provinces (Dalmatia, Macedonia and Thrace), but research that explores wider cultural contact with surrounding regions including Italy, Epirus, Achaia, and Tauric Chersonese is also encouraged.

This series warmly welcomes volume proposals for both monographs and thematically coherent essay collections.

Main Language accepted: English – Additional languages: French, German, Italian, Spanish.

General Editors:

  • Dominic Moreau, Université de Lille, dominic.moreau@univ-lille.fr
  • Orsolya Heinrich-Tamáska, Leibniz-Institut für Geschichte und Kultur des östlichen Europa (GWZO), orsolya.heinrich-tamaska@leibniz-gwzo.de
  • Florian Matei-Popescu, Institutul de Arheologie „Vasile Pârvan”, florian.matei@gmail.com

Brepols Publishers

Publishing Manager:

  • Rosie Bonté, rosie.bonte@brepols.net

Patrons of Honour:

  • Jim Crow, University of Edinburgh
  • Renate Pillinger, Universität Wien

Editorial and Scientific Board:

  • Irina Achim, Institutul de Arheologie „Vasile Pârvan”
  • Nicolas Beaudry, Université du Québec à Rimouski
  • Lucreţiu Bîrliba, Universitatea „Alexandru Ioan Cuza” din Iași
  • Craig Caldwell, Appalachian State University
  • Alenka Cedilnik, Univerza v Ljubljani
  • Pascale Chevalier, Université Clermont Auvergne
  • Florin Curta, University of Florida
  • Dan Dana, CNRS, UMR 5189 – HiSoMA
  • Cristian Găzdac, Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai
  • Christophe J. Goddard, CNRS, UMR 8546 – AOrOc
  • Hrvoje Gračanin, Sveučilište u Zagrebu
  • Vujadin Ivanišević, Археолошки институт, Београд
  • Olga Karagiorgou, Ακαδημία Αθηνών
  • Slavtcho Kirov, Институт за балканистика с център по тракология (БАН)
  • Péter Kovács, Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem
  • Albena Milanova, Софийски университет „Свети Климент Охридски“
  • Andrew Poulter, University of Birmingham
  • Ivan Radman, Arheološki muzej u Zagrebu
  • Efthymios Rizos, Ελληνική Αρχαιολογική Υπηρεσία
  • Nikolay Sharankov, Софийски университет „Свети Климент Охридски“
  • Saimir Shpuza, Instituti i arkeologjisë (ASA)
  • Carolyn Snively, Gettysburg College
  • Roland Steinacher, Universität Innsbruck
  • Alessandro Teatini, Università degli Studi di Sassari
  • Lyudmil Vagalinski, Национален археологически институт с музей (БАН)
  • Catherine Vanderheyde, Université de Strasbourg
  • Andrey Vinogradov, Национальный исследовательский университет «Высшая школа экономики»
  • Nelu Zugravu, Universitatea „Alexandru Ioan Cuza” din Iași

Method of peer review: Double-blind undertaken by a member of the Editorial & Scientific Board or an external specialist.