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A rather out of date Hungarian website (with an English version) giving a very brief summary of the background to the eventual awarding of World heritage Status to the Danube Limes.

German Limes Guide

A downloadable pdf guide to the German limes.

Deutsche Limes-Strasse

Travel over 800 km along the German Limes Road through Germany and experience the Limes UNESCO World Heritage Site in the federal states of Rhineland-Palatinate, Hesse, Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria. The tourist route connects the most important sights and offers the opportunity to stop at designated locations and explore parts of the ancient border in more detail during a walk..

Austria The Roman Limes in Austria

This website gives a fairly brief overview of all the sites along the Roman frontier along the R. Danube in Austria, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site on July 30th 2021.

Hungary Germany UNESCO World Heritage

Webpages providing details of the Hadrian’s Wall and Antonine Wall World Heritage Sites.

Great Britain Frontiers of the Roman Empire - Antonine Wall

An excellent website, although it does appear aimed solely at those with little or no knowledge and provides little for those who want to know more than just the bare bones.

Hadrians Wall Country

An excellent website, although it does appear aimed solely at those with little or no knowledge and provides little for those who want to know more than just the bare bones.

WallCAP

The Hadrian’s Wall Community Archaeology Project (WallCAP) focuses on improving the heritage of Hadrian’s Wall, part of the UNESCO transnational Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage Site (WHS), through the delivery of an ambitious community archaeology project that engages local communities and volunteers in the vital task of securing the heritage of Hadrian’s Wall WHS for future generations..

German Limes Commission

Provides, amongst many other things, brief details of all the sites along the German Limes, presented in regional segments.

Main Limes Museums

At the Upper German Main Limes, where few of the archaeological monuments of the World Heritage Site are visible, the museums play a central role. With modern presentations of the finds, the museums (there are nine) can convey an accurate impression of Roman life and improve the public’s understanding of, and sympathy for, the World Heritage Site.

Croatia The Danube Limes in Croatria

This website gives a fairly brief overview of all the sites along the Roman frontier along the R. Danube in Croatia

Romans in the Netherlands

A reasonable overview site, which has a section on the Limes, however most of the pages are not available in English

Netherlands Museum of the Roman Limes in Austria

This site is mainly aimed at visitors and tourists, but does contain some basic information about the sites along the Limes in Austria

Limes Romania

A useful site, with several short downloadable annual bulletins (all in Romanian) and few substantial archaeological reports.

Romania Digitizing the Roman Limes

Organised by the Mures County Museum, the project run between 2013-16 is an attempt to collate all known data relating to part of the eastern Limes of Roman Dacia. Registration is necessary to access the database

Serbia Danube Limes as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

A paper in the journal, Archaeology & Science, vol. 9 2013.

Roman Limes in Serbia

A paper downloadable from Academia, published in 2014. It is published after a shorter pice, Frontiers oif the Roman Empire, by Sonja jilek and David Breeze.