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November 27th, 2007

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05:23 pm - Ave
I'm glad I found this community (while searching for people interested in Ammianus Marcellinus) and hope there will be some more discussions in the future.
Just wanted to say hello and introduce myself a little.
I'm a student of medieval archaeology, religious sciences and medieval history at the university of Tübingen, Germany, and also an associate of the Alamannian reenactment group ASK, wherein my role is the one of a 4th century auxiliary and negotiator of a foederate Alamanni tribe.
My interests are widely ranged, so I'm afraid you scarcely will find anything of late antiquity in my lj (besides, it's half way German), but I hope I can make useful comments from time to time in here...

Manes vobiscum.
Silvanus, miles Vindicum Nemetae
Current Location: Tuvingia
Current Mood: hungryhungry
Current Music: Primordial, To the nameless dead

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Date:November 28th, 2007 03:51 am (UTC)
Welcome... there is not too much action in this community. However, your reenactment group sounds cool! I want to be a Vandal, 'cause they had a fleet (just kidding). I guess the people interested in Late Antiquity are too busy buried in books or looking at mosaics or something to post stuff :)
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Date:December 13th, 2007 05:46 pm (UTC)
Welcome from me too - and I'm in a similar situation! Your study areas look fascinating (wishing I could go back and do something like that!) and your reenactment group sounds totally cool. The only reenacting I've been involved with has been American Civil War (ho hum).

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