Olaru, Ioana-Iulia
September 2013
Review of Artistic Education;2013, Issue 5/6, p91
Academic Journal
In the History of Arts from Romania, Late Antiquity is absent and this is not justified. We are trying to find an individual place for this period of transition, for it is wellrepresented, both regarding its architecture and its artifacts (sculpture, painting, mosaic, minor arts), they all record the passing from the ancient vision to the Paleochristian one. One of the aspects of the architecture of this period is treated by the present research which is focused on military architecture from the two provinces on the territory of Romania: Dacia Traiana and Scythia Minor (today's Dobrogea).


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