The compilation 'notitia dignitatum'
(C n d)
was the compilation of lists and 89 pictures that began with the list item notitia dignitatum omnium tam civilium quam militarium in partibus orientis and ended with the list item ceteri praesides ad similitudinem praesidis dalmatiae officium habent and was written in a script not used before the 8thC and occupied 164 pages in the codex Σ that existed in Speyer at least between 1426/7-1550/51

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Bibliography
2021-2030
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Bartunek, J.,
Vývoj vztahu mezi magistri militum a císarem {Development of the relationship between the magistri militum and the emperor} (PhD thesis, Filozofická fakulta, Ústav klasických studií, Masarykova univerzita {Faculty of Arts, Department of Classical Studies, Masaryk University}, Brno, 2021).{Czech}

Blockley, J.,
The colonate in Africa. A legal and economic history of coloni in late antique Africa. (PhD thesis, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Sydney University, 2021).

Boeck, E.N.,
The bronze horseman of Justinian in Constantinople: the cross-cultural biography of a Mediterranean monument. (Cambridge, University Press, 2021).

Brichant, Y.,
Het begin van de magister militum. Constantius II's beleid omtrent de magister equitum et peditum. (MA thesis, Faculteit Letteren en Wusbegeerte, Universiteit Gent, 2021).

Cañizar Palacios, J.L.,
Nullum penitus honoratorum publica salutatione sine chlamydis indumento vicariam potestatem adire oportet (CTH.1.15.16): Apuntes sobre el vicarius hispaniarum y sus funciones: in Lorenzi, C. & Navarra, M. (eds.), Atti dell' Accademia romanistica costantiniana XXIV (Militia inermis e militia armata. Apparati civili e militari nella tarda antichità in onore di Maria Campolunghi) 2021 pp.451-473.

Croke, B.,
Roman emperors in context: Theodosius to Justinian. (Variorum Collected Studies CS 2000) (Abingdon, Routledge, 2021).

Dodd, J.,
Villa complexes in the late antique West: Case studies of transformation, regionalisation and migration 250-650 AD. (PhD thesis, Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2021)

Jackson, R. (Sir),
The Roman occupation of Britain and its legacy. (London, Bloomsbury Academic, 2021).

Mitford, T.B.,
Discovering Rome's eastern frontier. On foot through a vanished world. (Oxford, University Press, 2021).

Preiser-Kapeller, J.,
The medieval Roman empire of the East as a spatial phenomenon (300-1204 CE) in: Pines, Y., Biran, M. & Rüpke, J. (eds.), The limits of universal rule: Eurasian empires compared. (Cambridge, University Press, 2021), pp.141-179.

Rance, P.,
Review of: Boeft, J. den, Drijvers, J.W., Hengst, D. den, Teitler, H.C., Philological and historical commentary on Ammianus Marcellinus XXXI. (Leiden, Brill, 2017): Histos 15 2021, pp.53-64.

Riedlberger, P.,
Review of: Lemcke, L., Bridging center and periphery: administrative communication from Constantine to Justinian. (Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, 2020): Plekos (Universität München) 23 2021 pp.349-365.

Slootjes, D.,
Managing the empire while securing the throne: Theodosius I and the administrative structures of his empire: in Garciá Ruiz, M.P. & Quiroga Puertas, A.J. (eds.), Emperors and emperorship in late antiquity. Images and narratives. (Impact of empire v.40) (Leiden, Brill, 2021), pp.218-233.

Torbatov, S., (transl. Darvenova, T.K.)
The unknown Roman limes in Bulgaria. Part 1: Between the Vit and the Osam rivers. (Veliko Tarnovo-Bulgaria, Faber, 2021).

Vescia, G.,
Il controllo del limes renano tra la tetrarchia e Giuliano: le fortificazioni e la flotta: Arma virumque. Rivista universitaria torinese di Storia Militare 3, Novembre 2021, pp.34-50.

Wagner, H.A.,
Das spätrömische Rom und die stadtrömische Senatsaristokratie (395-455 n.Chr.). Eine althistorisch-archäologische Untersuchung. (Brandes, W. (et al., eds.), Millennium-Studien zu Kultur und Geschichte des ersten Jahrtausends n.Chr. vol.91 (Berlin, De Gruyter, 2021).

Whately, C.,
Procopius on soldiers and military institutions in the sixth-century Roman empire. (History of warfare vol.134), (Leiden, Brill, 2021).


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