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New books: Carnuntum (Austria) and Worms finds/exhibition
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Ave omnes,

two new books, sorry, German Language

The first one features the ancient Roman city of Carnuntum / Austria.

Carnuntum. Die Metropole am Rande des
römischen Imperiums
Format 21 × 30 cm
Hardcover, 542 Seiten mit zahlreichen Farbabbildungen
ISBN 10: 3-200-00683-8; ISBN 13: 978-3-200
(invluding more than 600 pics)

Featured at
http://www.univie.ac.at/oega/buecher.htm

(Available via [email protected] )

See some pics at ebay (but notice, the last one was sold there at about 59 EUR compared to 35 EUR above...)

http://cgi.ebay.de/CARNUNTUM-Buch-limit ... dZViewItem

The second book tip is just an announced and will be issued in November. It coveres the finds and museum of Worms, Germany, celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. The book will be presented at the start of a special exhibition ‘Die ersten Römer in Rheinhessen’ on Saturday 11th November 2006:

Mathilde Grünewald und Erwin Hahn:
"Die römerzeitlichen Gräberfunde im Museum der Stadt Worms im Andreasstift".
Ca. 450 Seiten, Karten, Faltpläne, Zeichnungen, Fotos. Gesamtdarstellung der Funde aus den römerzeitlichen Gräbern aus dem südlichen Rheinhessen einschließlich der Stadt Worms, die zwischen 1880 und 1979 in das Museum Worms gelangten. Was Carl Koehl in Offstein ausgrub, der Altertumsverein aus Bingen ankaufte und aus Gräbern in Mettenheim stammt: Diese Funde waren der Öffentlichkeit bisher nicht bekannt.

Price and ISBN still unknown. Rough translation: 450 pages, maps, drawings photos. Complete representation of finds from the Roman period burial sites of southern Rhine-Hessia including Worms city, which reached the Worms Museum between 1880-1979, dug out by Carl Koehl in Offstein, purchased by the Antiquity Society of Bingen or was found in the Mettmann graves. These finds were not known to the public yet.

[url:246ub4q4]http://www.worms.de/deutsch/tourismus/museen/staedtisches_museum_jubilaeum_programm.php[/url]

E-Mail: [email protected]
Greetings from germania incognita

Heiko (Cornelius Quintus)

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