Dr Ioana Oltean

Publications

Books

Understanding Roman Frontiers, Edinburgh, Birlinn, 2015.

with Hanson WS, Archaeology from historical aerial and satellite archives, 2013.

Dacia. Landscape, colonisation, Romanisation, Routledge, London, New York, Routledge, 2007.

Articles

with Hanson WS, Conquest strategy and political discourse: new evidence for the conquest of Dacia from LiDAR analysis at Sarmizegetusa Regia, Journal of Roman Archaeology, vol. 30, Editorial Committee of the Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2017

Burial mounds and settlement patterns: A quantitative approach to their identification from the air and interpretation, Antiquity, vol. 87, no. 335, 2013, 202-219

with Hanson WS, The 'Valu lui Traian': A Roman frontier rehabilitated, Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2012

with Hanson WS, Villa settlement in Roman Transylvania, Journal of Roman Archaeology, vol. 20, Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2007, 113-137

with Hanson WS, The identification of Roman buildings from the air: recent discoveries in Western Transylvania,, Archaeological Prospection, vol. 10, 2003, 101-117

with Hanson WS, Oltean, I. A. and W. S. Hanson 2001 Military vici in Roman Dacia: an aerial perspective, Acta Musei Napocesis, vol. 38, National History Museum of Transylvania, 2001, 123-134

Chapters

A lost archaeological landscape on the Lower Danube Roman limes: The contribution of second world war aerial photographs, in Archaeology from Historical Aerial and Satellite Archives, , 2014, 147-164

with Hanson WS, A spy in the sky: The potential of historical aerial and satellite photography for archaeological research, in Archaeology from Historical Aerial and Satellite Archives, , 2014, 3-10

with Hanson WS, Integrating aerial and satellite imagery: Discovering Roman imperial landscapes in southern Dobrogea (Romania), in Archaeology from Historical Aerial and Satellite Archives, Springer New York, 2014, 315-336

A view from the East: the impact of Rome on rural landscapes in Romania, in Breeze DJ (eds) The Impact of Rome on the British Countryside, The Royal Archaeological Institute, 2014, 45-51

with Hanson WS, Integrating aerial and satellite imagery: Discovering Roman imperial landscapes in southern Dobrogea (Romania), in Archaeology from Historical Aerial and Satellite Archives, , 2013, 315-336

Sarmizegetusa Regia, in Bagnall R, Brodersen K, Champion C, Erskine A, Huebner S (eds) The Encyclopaedia of Ancient History, Blackwell, 2012

with Abell LL, High-resolution satellite imagery and the detection of buried archaeological features in ploughed landscapes, in Lasaponara R, Masini N (eds) Satellite Remote Sensing: A New Tool for Archaeology, Springer, 2012, 291-305

Dacian ethnic identity and the Roman Army, in Hanson WS (eds) The army and frontiers of Rome, Portsmouth, Rhode Island: Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series, 2009, 90-101

with Hanson W, Cropmark formation on difficult soils in Romania, in Mills J, Palmer R (eds) Populating clay landscapes, Stroud: Tempus, 2007, 73-87

Oltean, I.A. 2004 Rural settlement in Roman Dacia: some considerations, in Hanson WS, Haynes IP (eds) Roman Dacia: The Making of a Provincial Society, Portsmouth, Rhode Island: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2004, 143-164

Conferences

with Hanson WS, Defining the Roman Limes in Romania: The Contribution of aerial and Satellite Remote Sensing, Limes XXII - 22nd Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Ruse, Bulgaria, 1st - 1st Sep 2012. Limes XXII. Proceedings of the 22nd Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Ruse, Bulgaria, September 2012, 2015, 889-899

with Abell LL, Space-borne archaeology: reconstructing ancient landscapes and detecting subterranean construction features in Southern Dobrogea (Romania), 1st International EARSel Workshop, Rome, 30th Sep - 4th Oct 2008. Advances on Remote Sensing for Archaeology, 2008, 373-377

with Hanson WS, Reconstructing the archaeological landscape of Southern Dobrogea: Integrating imagery. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, vol. 6749, 2007

with Radeanu V, Hanson W, New discoveries in the military vicus of the auxiliary fort at Micia, The XIXth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Pecs, 1st - 8th Sep 2003. Limes XIX. Proceedings of the XIXth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, 2005, 351-356

The use of satellite imagery for the transcription of oblique aerial photographs. AERIAL ARCHAEOLOGY: DEVELOPING FUTURE PRACTICE, vol. 337, 2002, 224-232

with Hanson WS, Recent aerial survey in Western Transylvania: problems and potential. AERIAL ARCHAEOLOGY: DEVELOPING FUTURE PRACTICE, vol. 337, 2002, 109-115