Project ID: x
Project cycle: March - September 2018
Project leader: Prof. Richard Miles, The University of Sydney
Team leader within the Geographical Institute „Jovan Cvijić“ SASA: Jelena Ćalić, PhD
Project authors: -
Project duration: March 1, 2018, to September 30, 2018
Sponsors: Department of Classics and Ancient History, The University of Sydney
Executive contractors: Department of Classics and Ancient History of the University of Sydney and Archaeological Institute from Belgrade

 

 

Geographical Institute „Jovan Cvijić“ of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts participates in the „Glac – Pannonia Project“, led by the Archaeological Institute from Belgrade and the Department of Classics and Ancient History, The University of Sydney.

The subject of research is the archaeological site „Glac“ close to the town of Sremska Mitrovica, with the remnants of the Roman imperial palace, founded by the emperor Maximianus Herculius at the end of the 3rd and beginning of the 4th century AD. The aim of the project is to identify settlement patterns, to reconstruct paleo-landscapes and to study various aspects related to the environment during the periods of Antiquity and Late Antiquity. The task of the Geographical Institute team is to process and analyse the spatial data following the CSIRO methodology, which includes production of geomorphological and geographical maps in three different scales, including the soil and vegetation data, as well as the preparation of the written interpretation of geomorphological history of this area.

 
 

Photos:

Part of the project team, on the occasion of signing the Contract on Cooperation, on January 26th 2018 (from left to right: Dr Stefan Pop-Lazić, Dr Tivadar Gaudenyi, Dr Milan Radovanović, Prof. Dr Richard Miles, Dr Milijan Dimitrijević and Dr Jelena Ćalić)