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Advance sample from volume 28 (2015): Catherine Virlouvet, direction Ecole française de Rome, on "Les métiers du port"

Publication date October 28, 2014
. THE HOROLOGIUM OF AUGUSTUS: DEBATE AND CONTEXT, by Lothar Haselberger,  with contributions by Paolo Albèri Auber, Géza Alföldy†, John Fillwalk, Bernard Frischer, Robert Hannah, Peter J. Heslin, Eugenio La Rocca, Günter Leonhardt, John Pollini with Nicholas Cipolla, and Michael Schütz. Cloth, 7 x 10 inch. 206 pages, 72 figs. ISBN-13: 978-0-9913730-3-1. List price $89.50. Special prepublication price to individuals $69.50.

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                      of peristyle by J. Burge
, edited by Elizabeth C. Robinson. Contributors: P. A. J. Attema, B. Belelli Marchesini, G. Cifani, F. di Gennaro, E. Govi, J. N. Hopkins, E. van’t Lindenhout, P. S. Lulof, M. Mogetta, P. Perkins, S. Pope, E. C. Robinson, J. F. Seubers and B. Ullrich. Cloth, 7 x 10 inch. 243 pages, 113 figs. ISBN-13: 978-0-9913730-1-7. (International Roman Archaeology Conference Series). Published on May 27, 2014. List price $99. Web price to individuals $79.

S96. INFANT HEALTH AND DEATH IN ROMAN ITALY AND BEYOND, edited by Maureen Carroll and Emma-Jayne Graham. Contributors: M. Carroll, A. Chamberlain, T. Derks, R. Gowland, E.-J. Graham, D. R. Gröcke, C. Laes, A. R. Millard, L. A. Powell, R. C. Redfern, W. Southwell-Wright and A. Sparreboom. Cloth, 7 x 10 inch. 181 pages, c.44 figs., tables. ISBN-13: 978-0-9913730-0-0. Published on January 24, 2014. List price $89. Web price to individuals $71.20.

ANNUAL VOLUME  27 (2014), containing 996 pages and heavily illustrated, with 18 pages of colour, was published on November 1st. Price to individual subscribers remains $72.95 plus postage. Please click here for subscription information for institutions and agents. Also available to paid subscribers through Cambridge Journals Online (CJO).
Highlights among articles include:
W. Scheidel, The shape of the Roman world: modelling imperial connectivity
J. R. W. Prag, Bronze rostra from the Egadi Islands off NW Sicily: the Latin inscriptions
M. Pitts, Reconsidering Britain’s first urban communities
J. Magness et al., Hoqoq (Lower Galilee) and its synagogue mosaics
N. Benovitz, The Justinianic plague: dated Greek epitaphs of Byzantine Palestine and Arabia with online appendix

103 works are reviewed. Highlights among review articles include:
T. P. Wiseman, Archaeology and history: the house of Augustus
P. Gros, review of A companion to Roman Architecture (Wiley Blackwell)
Y. Perrin, La fabrique néronienne de l’Oppius: art et chronologie
A. Wallace-Hadrill, Microhistories of Roman trade
M. Millett, Urban archaeological survey in practice
A. M. Small, A major study of imperial estates in Italy, review of M. Maiuro
R. Gordon, Debating pre-Constantinian religious change
K. M. D. Dunbabin, Athletes represented in Roman mosaic and painting
R. Gordon, The curse tablets from Mainz
Ph. Leveau, Archéologie d’un aqueduc africaine
C. Pavolini, Opinioni diverse su Ostia tardoantica, review of D. Boin
T. D. Barnes, A new collection of essays on the Theodosian Code
B. D. Shaw, An innovative work on the plebs in late-antique North Africa
C. C. Mattusch, “A passionate collector” and “the right person at the right time”

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