The First Cohort of Cretans, a Roman Military Unit at Timacum Maius
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Archaeological investigations on the site of Niševac (Timacum Maius) have been conducted over a period of eight successive years by the Institute for Balkan Studies in collaboration with the Centre for Tourism, Culture and Sports of Svrljig and the French Bordeaux-based Ausonius Institute. The 2014 campaign came up with nine Roman bricks stamped with inscriptions of the First Cohort of Cretans (Cohors I Cretum) built into the walls of a Roman bath. The inscriptions provide evidence for the character, chronology and history of the Roman settlement.
Keywords:Niševac / Timacum Maius / Roman bath / First Cohort of Cretans
Source:Balcanica, 2015, XLVI, 33-39
- Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts