Nijmegen–Noviomagus

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References

Site

Bogaers, J.E., Bloemers, J.H.F. and Haalebos, J.K. (eds.) 1979: Noviomagus. Op het spoor der Romeinen in Nijmegen, Nijmegen

Driessen, M. 2009: ‘The early Flavian timber castra and the Flavian-Trajanic stone legionary fortress at Nijmegen (The Netherlands)’, in Morillo, Á, Hanel, N., and Martin, E. 2009:(eds), Limes XX. XXth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies León (España), Septiembre, 2006, Anejos de Gladius 13, Madrid, 1245–56

Enckevort, H. van, 1997: ‘die Belegerung des frührömischen Lagers auf dem Kops Plateau. Römer, Gallier, Bataven und Keltiberiker in Nijmegen’, in Groenman-van Wateringe, W., van Beek, B.L., Willems, W.J.H., and Wynia, S.L. (eds), Roman Frontier Studies 1995. Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Oxbow Monograph 91, Oxford, 555–64

Enckevort, H. van and Zee, K. 1996: Het Kops Plateau. Prehistorische grafheuvels en een Romeinse legerplaats in Nijmegen, Abcoude/Nijmegen

Enckevort, H. van, Haalebos, J.K., and Thijssen, J. 2000: Nijmegen. Legerplaats in het achterland van de Romeinse limes, Abcoude/Nijmegen

Haalebos, J.K. (ed.) 1995: Castra und Canabae. Ausgrabungen auf der Hunerberg in Nijmegen, Libelli Noviomagenses 3, Nijmegen

Haalebos, J.K. 1999: ‘das große Lager auf dem Hunerberg in Nijmegen (NL)’, in Schlüter and Wiegels 1999, 381–99

Haalebos, J.K. 2006: ‘Le grand camp sur le Hunerberg’, in Reddé, M., Brulet, R., Fellmann, R., Haalebos, J.K., and Schnurbein, S. von (eds.), Les fortifications militaires, l’architecture de la Gaule romaine, Documents d’archéologie française 100, Paris/Bordeaux, 350–2

Willems, W.J.H. and Kooistra, L.I. 1991: ‘Early Roman camps on the Kops Plateau at Nijmegen (NL)’, in Maxfield, V.A. and Dobson, M.J. (eds), Roman Frontier Studies 1989. Proceedings of the XVth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Exeter, 210–14

Willems, W.J.H. 1996: ‘Een Romeins legerkamp op het Kops Plateau te Nijmegen / Ein römisches Militärlager auf dem Kops Plateau in Nijmegen’, in Swinkels, L.J.F. (ed.), Een leven te paard. Ruiters uit de Lage Landen in het Romeinse leger / Reiten für Rom. Berittene Truppen an de römischen Rheingrenze, Nijmegen-Köln, 28–31

Willems, W.J.H. and Enckevort, H. van, 2009: Vlpia Noviomagvs – Roman Nijmegen. The Batavian Capital at the Imperial Frontier, JRA Supplement 73, Portsmouth

Finds

Brunsting, H. and Steures, D.C. 1995: ‘de backsteenstempels van Romeins Nijmegen, I. Opgravingen Castra 1950–1967; Opgravingen Kops Plateau c.a. 1986–1994’, Oudheidkundige Mededelingen 75, 85–117

Brunsting, H. and Steures, D. C. 1997: ‘The brick stamps and the occupation history of the legionary fortress at Nijmegen’, in Groenman-van Wateringe, W., van Beek, B.L., Willems, W.J.H., and Wynia, S.L. (eds), Roman Frontier Studies 1995. Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Oxbow Monograph 91, Oxford, 323–9

Enckevort, H. van and Thijssen, J. 2001–2: ‘Militaria from the Roman urban settlements at Nijmegen’, Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 12–13, 35–41

Enckevort, H. van and Willems, W.J.H. 1994: ‘Roman cavalry helmets in ritual hoards from the Kops Plateau at Nijmegen, The Netherlands’, Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 5, 125–37

Enckevort, H. van and Zee, K. 1999: ‘Militaria und Belegung des frührömischen Lagers auf dem Kops Plateau in Nijmegen (Niederlande)’, in Schlüter, W. and Wiegels, R. (eds), Rom, Germanien und die Ausgrabungen von Kalkriese, Osnabrücker Forschungen zu Altertum und Antike-Rezeption 1, Osnabrück, 191–205

Peters, W.J.T. 1970: ‘Mural painting fragments found in the Roman legionary fortress at Nijmegen II’, Bericht van de Rijksdienst Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek (Amersfoort) 19, 51–71

Willems, W.J.H. 1991: ‘Een Romeins viziermasker van het Kops Plateau te Nijmegen’, Jaarboek Numaga 9–18

Willems, W.J.H. 1994: ‘Roman face masks from the Kops Plateau, Nijmegen, The Netherlands’, Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 3, 57–66

Willems, W.J.H. and Enckevort, H. van 1996: ‘Roman cavalry helmets in ritual hoards from the Kops Plateau at Nijmegen, the Netherlands’, Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 5, 125–37

Visiting and browsing

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There is a comprehensive Dutch-language Wikipedia page on Roman Nijmegen, which includes both the early and later fortresses, as does the Livius.org page on the site.


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