Project conference videos

Here are the links to the filmed presentations at the project conference of 26-27 Jan 2017. Thanks go to Doug Rocks-Macqueen (Landward Research) for the video registration and editing.

Nico Roymans (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Setting the scene: characterising Batavian society at the edge of empire in the Dutch river area

Philip Verhagen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Modelling the cultural landscape of the Dutch Roman Limes: approach, results and prospects

Willem Jongman (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)
What did the Romans ever do for us?

Jamie Joyce (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Simulating the Roman farm: Investigating the limits and possibilities of the agriculturaleconomy in the Roman Dutch limes zone via agent-based modelling

Antoni Martín i Oliveras (University of Barcelona)
The economy of Roman wine. Productive landscapes, archaeological data, quantification and modelling. Case Study Research: “Regio Laeetana-Hispania Citerior Tarraconensis” (1st century BC-3th century AD)

Maurice de Kleijn (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Simulating land-use for the Lower Rhine-Meuse delta in the Roman period

Eli Weaverdyck (University of California, Berkeley)
Farmers and Forts in Moesia Inferior: Modelling agricultural strategies on the Lower Danubian Frontier

Philip Verhagen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
From population dynamics to settlement patterns. Linking archaeological data to demographic models of the Dutch limes

Chris Green (University of Oxford)
Modelling evidence densities: past population variation or modern structuring affordances

Antonin Nüsslein (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris)
A different vision of ancient settlement dynamics: creation and application of a model of evolution of the Antique habitat of the Plateau Lorrain

Philip Verhagen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Integrating detection and modelling of ancient pathways: towards a spatio-temporal, multiscalar approach

Mark Groenhuijzen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Diverse movement in a dynamic environment: modelling local transport in the Dutch part of the Roman limes

César Parcero-Oubiña (INCIPIT, Santiago de Compostela)
Postdicting Roman Roads in the NW Iberian Peninsula

Katherine Crawford (University of Southampton)
Walking Between Gods and Mortals: reconsidering the movement of Roman religious processions

Tom Brughmans (University of Oxford)
Network science in Roman studies: the potential and challenges

Mark Groenhuijzen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Possibilities and challenges in the use of networks to study socio-economic relations in the Dutch part of the Roman limes

Pau de Soto (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Network analysis to model and analyse the Roman transport and mobility

Angelo Castrorao Barba (University of Palermo)
Multi-scalar approach to long-term dynamics, spatial relations and economic networks of the Roman secondary settlements in Italy: towards a model?