Pannonian Limes

Local nameARRABONA
LocationGyőr, Hungary

The Pannonian Limes is that part of the old Roman fortified frontier known as the Danubian Limes that runs for approximately 420 kilometres from the Roman camp of Klosterneuburg in the Vienna Basin in Austria to the castrum in Singidunum in present-day Serbia. The garrisons of these camps protected the Pannonian provinces against attacks from the north from the time of Augustus to the beginning of the 5th century. In places this section of the Roman limes also crossed the river into the territory of the barbarians.

The Danubian limes was one of the most turbulent regions in the European part of the Roman Empire and, during more than 400 years of Roman rule, Pannonia was one of its most important provinces, especially after the abandonment of Dacia Traiana in 271 AD, because from that point on, the pressure of migrating peoples on this section of the limes increased still further.

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Паннонский лимес @ Владимир Черетун

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Address 9021, Hungary

Coordinates 47°41'22.695" N 17°37'48.295" E

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