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Ritterling
#1
I get the impression that Ritterling is no longer available.
Jona Lendering
Relevance is the enemy of history
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#2
If you mean access through the Index page, nope, I can't see it either.
Moi Watson

Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, Merlot in one hand, Cigar in the other; body thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and screaming "WOO HOO, what a ride!
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#3
Seems to still be here: http://www.romanarmy.com/cms/content/cat...11/13/113/
posted by Duncan B Campbell
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#4
Just wanted to confirm - Ritterling still not available?

Off to the library for me then I guess....... Confusedad:
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#5
It's 'offline', forced to be due to the server upgrades that are incompatible with the older version of Joomla we were running. A solution is in the works!
Greets!

Jasper Oorthuys
Webmaster & Editor, Ancient Warfare magazine
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#6
Quote:Ritterling still not available?
What did you need? Anything we can help with?
posted by Duncan B Campbell
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#7
Thanks for your kind offer Duncan - but no, I'm good. I'm just doing footnotes for a chapter of my thesis and need to reference the origins of IV martia/I Illyricorum as well as I/II/III Isuaria.

Le Bohec's Ritterling re-dux ends with the Severan legions - so I have to go back to Ritterling.....

I swear this project is going to kill me...LOL
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#8
Quote:... and need to reference the origins of IV martia/I Illyricorum as well as I/II/III Isuaria.
If it's just the page refs you need, they're: RE 12.2 (1925), cols. 1406 (I Illyricorum), 1407 (I Isaura sagittaria), 1468 (II Isaura), 1532 (III Isaura), 1556 (IIII Martia).
posted by Duncan B Campbell
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#9
That's what I'm after...

ps for the record does Ritterling ascribe Martia/Illyricum to Aurelian; and 1/2/3 Isuaria to Probus? It's been a while since I looked at it.

I know Hoffmann has other ideas about IV Martia...

Once again Duncan - thanks.
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#10
Quote:ps for the record does Ritterling ascribe Martia/Illyricum to Aurelian; and 1/2/3 Isuaria to Probus? It's been a while since I looked at it.
möglicherweise / wahrscheinlich / vielleicht (x 3) :wink:
posted by Duncan B Campbell
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#11
story of my life..... Big Grin
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#12
I would need the article about the story of legio xxx Ulpia victrix for may PhD Thesis. Alas, my german is not very good, so I would like to have the english version, if possible.
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#13
Hello,

The article has been translated by Marcus Fichtinger. Although RA.com isn't currently online, you can access the article via the Wayback Machine.

Greetings,
Alexandr
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#14
Hi again,

I just realized that it is not possible to go to the other parts of the article within the Wayback Machine system. But the PDF export of the CMS seems to be working. So use the mentioned link and then click the PDF button just above the Article Index in the top right part of the page.

Hope this will help.

Alexandr
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#15
Thank you, Alexandr. It works in the pdf format.
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