Gunnar Heinsohn: Felix Romuliana

Does the model city of Late Antiquity really belong to the 4th-6th cent. AD?

  • felix romuliana, gamzigrad, serbia, palace of roman emperor galerius
  • felix romuliana, gamzigrad, serbia, palace of roman emperor galerius
Felix Romuliana is regarded as an ideal embodiment of a purely Late Antique (4th-6th c.) city in the Roman province of Moesia (today's Gamzigrad in Serbia), because in the earlier Imperial Antiquity of the 1st to early 3rd centuries there appears to be simply nothing at all in that splendid urban space erected around 305 CE for Emperor Galerius (293-311 CE). 

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