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The aim of the project is to provide fact based information and excellent photos of Roman stone monuments from all over the Roman empire via the internet.
 
The aim of the project is to provide fact based information and excellent photos of Roman stone monuments from all over the Roman empire via the internet.
  

Aktuelle Version vom 10. November 2014, 17:59 Uhr

AIS–OOE

AIS–St. Pölten

APART: Provenancing of Marbles

Arch. Museums in Bavaria

Bankett & Grab

CRFB

Danube Limes

Danube Limes Brand

EMS - glass analysis

Europeana - Eagle Project

FACEM

Natural Stone in Facade Cladding

FRE - Austria

FRE - International

FRE - Slovakia

Hispania Epigraphica

Historic Quarries

Marbles from Aguntum

Marbles from Carnuntum

Nachlass S. Leber

Salzburger Kulturlexikon

Saxa Loquuntur

Scanning Translucent Objects

Stone monuments from Iuvavum

Stone – Relief – Inscription

Teaching Projects

Tiles / Vindobona

UBI ERAT LUPA - Roman Stone Monuments

http://www.ubi-erat-lupa.org


The aim of the project is to provide fact based information and excellent photos of Roman stone monuments from all over the Roman empire via the internet.

The database comprises currently about 18.000 records and more than 27.000 images and is considered as the leading international application dealing with the archaeology of Roman stone monuments.

The project – initiated and promoted by Univ. Doz. Dr. Ortolf Harl and Dr. Friederike Harl – was supported by the Culture 2000 program of the European Union from 2002 to 2005. More information (PDF file, 306 kb)

Since Autumn 2005 Lupa is maintained and further developed by the CHC workgroup.

Web database UBI ERAT LUPA – Roman Stone Monuments: Portrait of the Four Tetrarchs, Venice, Italy