Kamil Doğancı

Kamil Doğancı
Uludag University · Department of History

PhD Ankara University Institute of Social Sciences
Assoc. Prof. Dr. in Bursa Uludag University

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February 2012 - present
Uludag University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
September 1998 - June 2001
Uludag University
Field of study
  • Anicent History

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Bithynia kralı IV. Nikomedes'in krallığını vasiyetle Roma'ya bırakmasıyla MÖ 74 yılında kurulan Bithynia Eyaleti, MÖ 64 yılında Pontos Krallığı'nın batı topraklarının eklenmesiyle Bithynia et Pontus adını aldı. Roma'nın eyaletlerdeki adli uygulamaları kapsamında Bithynia et Pontus eyaleti de conventus / dioikesis denilen mahkeme bölgelerine ayrılmı...
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Özet Hellespontos (=Çanakkale Boğazı) ve çevresi Troas (=Biga Yarımadası), Khersonesos Thrakia (=Gelibolu Yarımadası), Mysia ve günümüz Tekirdağ'ın Marmara kıyılarındaki topraklarıyla Tenedos (Bozcaada), Imbros (=Gökçeada), Limnos ve Lesbos (=Midilli) adalarını içine alan geniş bir coğrafyadır. Deprem üreten Fay Hatları üzerinde yer alan bölge günü...
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Abstract Pontus Euxinus (=Black Sea) had been horrible for the sailors in antiquity because of its violent waves, wild tribes living on the shores, turbid fog, and the lack of sheltered ports where the ships can take shelter. In the Great Colonization Period (750-550 BC), until the emergence of penteconters, the Greeks stayed away from the Pontus E...
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Eskiçağ'da Troas, günümüzde ise Biga Yarımadası olarak anılan bölge tarih boyunca sık sık Propontis (=Marmara Denizi) ve Aigaios Pontos (=Ege Denizi) merkezli depremlerin ürettiği tsunami felaketlerine maruz kalmıştır. Ancak Eskiçağ'daki tsunamileri tespit edebilmek oldukça zordur. Kaynakların yetersizliği ve dönem insanlarının bu tür doğa olayları...
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The “marriage ban” for Roman soldiers during their period of military service probably began with the reign of Augustus. After two centuries later Emperor Septimius Severus granted them the right to marry with their wives in 197 A.D. It is a strong assumption that the emergence of the prohibition could be influenced by the discipline in the army as...
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Agonistic festivals are perhaps the most important religious and cultural activity of the Greco-Roman world and have maintained its popularity and are phenomenon that have marked the history of culture since the first day. Prior to the Hellenistic Period, Colonial movements initiated by the Greeks, while preparing the ground for the formation of a...
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MILITARY POLICIES OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE IN THE PROVINCE OF BITYHIA ET PONTUS Abstract Bithynia became Roman land by the will of Nicomedes IV in 74 BC and was orga-nized as a senatorial province. Even after the Augustan reorganization of the prov-inces, Bithynia preserved its statue. However, with the expansion of the eastern territory of Rome, the pr...
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The Question of Constantine’s Christianity and Discussions on His Death Constantine, one of the most remarkable emperors of Rome, was born in Naissus in 270 BC. His father, Constantinus I Chlorus (305-306 AD), was an Illyrian general who served in Roman army. After Emperor Diocletian's withdrawal of the throne in 305 AD his father was declared as A...
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Familia en genis anlamiyla aile demekti ve Eski Roma toplumsal yasaminin temelini olusturuyordu. Patria potestas altindaki butun kisiler familia icinde yer alirdi. Patria potestas, dar anlamda babaya ait olan guc, baba egemenligi; genis anlamda ise aile reisi olan pater familias’in ailesindeki butun cocuklar, torunlar, aileye dahil diger kisiler ve...
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Polybius (M.Ö. 200-118) was born in the city of Megalopolis in Hellas. He belongs to a noble and distinguished family. By the influence of his family he took important tasks in Achaean League in a short time. After Perseus’ defeat at Pydna (168 BC), Polybius was one of the 1,000 Achaean nobles who were transported to Rome as hostages in 167 BC, and...
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SUMMARY Doğancı, Kamil, The Governors of the Bithynia Province of Rome during the Period of Principatus (27 B.C.-284 A.D) (A Prosopographic Study), Ph.D. Thesis, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ömer Çapar, VII+ 363 p. This thesis standing as a prosopographic research; consists of five main parts. The literary, numismatic and the epigraphic sources constitute...
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