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Dušanić, S. 1997: ‘Three diploma fragments from Viminacium’, Starinar 48, 63–71

Mirković, M. 1999: ‘New fragments of military diplomas from Viminacium’, ZPE 126, 249–54

Redžić, S. 2008: ‘Vtere Felix belt sets on the territory of Viminacium’, Starinar 58, 155–62

Visiting and browsing

There are displays of material and structures from the later city but the fortress is chiefly represented by its northern gateway, which is now preserved beneath a roofed structure.

The fortress and town possess a substantial website devoted to the site with much to explore and download, whilst Livius.org has a useful summary, including a photograph of the preserved gateway.

Additional information for inclusion may be sent to info@legionaryfortresses.info
(please put fortress site name in the subject line; all other emails may be treated as spam and deleted).

Page last updated 11th February 2013