Roman Forts on the Arabian Frontier Gregory Linton, Ph.D. Karak Resources Project Roman Forts on the Arabian Frontier The Meaning of Limes Arabicus Annexation of Nabataea The Romans annexed the Nabataean kingdom in AD 106. Perhaps the Nabataeans lacked a legitimate successor to the king.
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Gregory Linton, Ph.D.
Karak Resources Project
The Meaning of Limes Arabicus
The region from Wadi al-Mujib to Wadi al-Hasa contained four castella and a legionary camp.
The region from Wadi al-Hasa to the Red Sea contained ten castella and a legionary camp.
The Purpose of Limes Arabicus
Legionary Fortresses in Arabia
Castella in Arabia
Fortlet 1 km E of el-Lejjun reconstructed from Nabataean structure
Watchtowers in Arabia
The End of the Roman Frontier