Publications

 

 

Publications in the frame of the Project PN-III-P4-ID-PCE-2016-0279

Status: December, 2018


BOOKS

  1. Cojocaru, Victor 2018: Bibliographia classica orae septentrionalis Ponti Euxini. Archaeologica, Mega Verlag: Cluj-Napoca, 1028 p. + 1 CD-ROM (Pontica et Mediterranea VII) https://www.academia.edu/37514580/BCOSPE_II.pdf

CHAPTERS

  1. [1] Cojocaru, Victor 2017: Die Proxenie als Instrument der Aussenpolitik im Kontext der auswärtigen Beziehungen pontischer Staaten. In: Contact zones of Europe from the 3rdBC to the 1stmill. AD (ed. Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Sciences), Moscow, p. 8–12.
  2. [2] Cojocaru, Victor 2018: Réflexions sur quelques traits particuliers du corps civique dans les Cités Nord-Pontiques. In: Eudaimón. Studies in Honor of Jan Bouzek, ed. by P. Pavúk et al., Prague, p. 491–509 (in collaboration with Oller Guzmán).
  3. [3] Cojocaru, Victor 2018: Connections between the Crimea and the Pontic and Mediterranean regions based on antique monuments of lapidar epigraphic (focusing on the proxenia decrees). In: Crimean Scythia in a system of cultural relations between East and West (3rd century BC to the 7th century AD): collective monograph, ed. by A. Ivantchik & V. Mordvintseva, Moscow – Simferopol, p. 303–304 (maps), 335–349 (text), 391–439 (bibliography) [in Russian, with an English abstract].
  4. [4] Cojocaru, Victor 2018: Some Remarks on Proxeniain the Black Sea Area. In: Prichernomor’e v antichnoe i rannesrednevekovoe vremja, vyp. II, Rostov-on-Don [in print].
  5. [5] Cojocaru, Victor 2018: Understanding the Black Sea and its Environmental Contexts on the Basis of Proxeny Decrees. In: Proceedings of the International Conference in memory of Pia Guldager Bilde, Aarhus Institute of Advance Studies, Denmark, 6-8 April 2016 [in print].
  6. [6] Cojocaru, Victor – Grumeza, Lavinia 2017: Chersones i ego drevnosti v proekte BCOSPE (Chersonesus and its antiquities in the BCOSPE project). In: Ancient Relics of Chersonese: Openings to Notions, ed. by D.A. Kostromichev, Sevastopol, p. 111–113.
  7. [7] Grumeza, Lavinia 2017: CRFB R1. Trade, Gifts and Long-Distance Contacts in ‘Sarmatian’ Barbaricum, West of Roman Dacia. In: Contact zones of Europe from the 3rdBC to the 1stmill. AD (ed. Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Sciences), Moscow, p. 41–43.
  8. [8] Grumeza, Lavinia 2017/18: Weapons and military equipment in Sarmatian female graves from the Carpathian Basin. In: Daughters of Ares. Warrior Women of Eurasia from prehistory to the XVII. C. AD, Budapest [in print].
  9. [9] Grumeza, Lavinia 2018: Sarmatae and Sarmatia: From the North Pontic Area to the Great Hungarian Plain.In: Proceedings of the International Conference in memory of Pia Guldager Bilde, Aarhus Institute of Advance Studies, Denmark, 6-8 April 2016 [in print].
  10. [10] Grumeza, Lavinia – Cojocaru, Victor 2018: Bosporan Kingdom and Its Antiquities in the BCOSPE Project. In: The Bosporan Phenomenon: General and Peculiar Features of Historical and Cultural Space in the World of Classical Antiquity, ed. by V.Ju. Zuev & V.A. Chršanovskij, Vol. 2, St. Petersburg, p. 281–284 [in Russian].
  11. [11] Munteanu, Lucian 2018: A Celtic fibula from the Institute of Archaeology in Iași collection. In Studia archaeologica in honorem magistrae Cornelia-Magda Lazarovici, ed. by S. Țurcanu, Suceava (in collaboration with Șt. Honcu) [in print].
  12. [12] Munteanu, Lucian 2019: Lydian seals from the western Pontic area. In: Archaeology and history of Lydia from the early Lydian period to Late Antiquity, ed. by E. Lafli, Paris (in collaboration with Chiriac) [in print].

ARTICLES

  1. [1] Cojocaru, Victor 2018: BCOSPE II als ein möglicher Weg der Zusammenarbeit zwischen West und Ost bei der Untersuchung der Griechen und ihren Nachbarn am Rande der Steppe. In: Archaeologia Circumpontica, Sonderheft 2018, Halle, p. 20–21.
  2. [2] Cojocaru, Victor 2018: Die Proxenie als Instrument der „Aussenpolitik“ im Kontext der auswärtigen Beziehungen pontischer Staaten. In: Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia 24 [in print].
  1. [3] Cojocaru, Victor – Grumeza, Lavinia 2017: BCOSPE III. Ars, res sacrae & mythologica: unele consideraţii pe marginea unui nou proiect de cercetare (BCOSPE III. Ars, res sacrae & mythologica: Some considerations about a new research project). In: Pontica 50 (Constanţa), p. 505–517.
  2. [4] Grumeza, Lavinia 2017: „Archäologie zwischen Römern und Barbaren”. Observații pe marginea unui volum recent apărut („Archäologie zwischen Römern und Barbaren”. Some remarks on a recently issued volume of studies). In: Arheologia Moldovei 40, p. 241–257.
  3. [5] Grumeza, Lavinia 2018: Stamped Hispanic Amphorae from Roman Dacia. In: Rei Cretariae Romane Fautores Acta 45, p. 559–565.
  4. [6] Grumeza, Lavinia 2018: Fashion by rituals: rosette glass beads found in Sarmatian and Sântana de Mureș-Chernyakhov cultures (1stc. BC – 4th c. AD). In: Arheologia Moldovei 41, p. 193–218.
  5. [7] Grumeza, Lavinia 2018: Corpus of the Roman Finds in the European Barbaricum. Romania 1. An Overview of the 1stc. BC – 1st c. AD. In: Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia 24 [in print].
  6. [8] Munteanu, Lucian 2018: Descoperiri monetare în Moldova. X. In: Arheologia Moldovei 41, p. 141–156.
  7. [9] Munteanu, Lucian 2018: Noi informații despre tezaurul de la Fedești (com. Șuletea, jud. Vaslui). In: Acta Musei Tutovensis 15, p. 209–220 (in collaboration with G. Talmațchi).
  8. [10] Pázsint, Annamária-Izabella 2018: Cult Associations on the Northern Shore of the Black Sea: Three Centuries of Research. In: Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica 24.2, p. 303–319.
  9. [11] Pázsint, Annamária-Izabella 2018: The Reflection of Personal and Collective Tragedies in Ancient Sources. 1. Personal Tragedies in Roman Epigraphy. In: Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology 5.4 (in collaboration with R. Varga) [in print].

REVIEWS

  1. [1] Cojocaru, Victor 2017: Review to Seleukid Royal Women. Creation, Representation and Distorsion of Hellenistic Queenship in the Seleukid Empire, ed. by A. Coşkun and A. McAuley, Franz Steiner Verlag: Stuttgart 2016. In Arheologia Moldovei 40 (2017), p. 320–322.
  2. [2] Pázsint, Annamária-Izabella 2018: Review to Work, Labour, and Professions in the Roman World, ed. by K. Verboven & Chr. Laes, Leiden – Boston 2016. In: Studia Historia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai 2018 [in print].