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Journal of Roman Archaeology - Annual Issues Since 1988An international journal printing contributions in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish; specializing in synthetic articles and in long reviews.


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JRA LATEST NEWS

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.

Journal of Roman Archaeology vol. 26 (2013), in 2 fascicules, with 964 pages, many figs. and 22 pages of colour.  was published on October 18, 2013. Price to individual subscribers $72.95 (no price increase) plus postage.
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Highlights include:
M. Flohr, “The textile economy of Pompeii,” with a response by N. Monteix;
M. A. Valero Tevar, “The late-antique villa at Noheda near Cuenca and its mosaics”;
B. Russell, “Roman and late-antique shipwrecks with stone cargoes”;
C. Andrews, “Are Roman seal-boxes evidence for literacy?”
M. A. Tomei, “Note su Palatium di Filippo Coarelli”;
A. Wallace-Hadrill, “Trying to define and identify the Roman “middle classes”;”
T. A. J. McGinn, “Sorting out prostitution in Pompeii”;
M. L. Laird, “The progress of scholarship on liberti”;
W. Scheidel, “Italian manpower”;
R. Reece, “Archaeological versus historical “facts’;”
T. D. Barnes, “The Theodosian Code and the personality of Constantine”;
M. Whittow, “The Maeander valley in the Long Ancient World or, Why bother with archaeology?”.

Books for review sent to JRA between August 2012 and August 2013

S95.
LIVING AND WORKING IN THE ROMAN WORLD. ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF MICHAEL FULFORD  edited by Hella Eckardt and Stephen Rippon. Contributors: J. R. L. Allen, W. Bowden, A. Clarke, J. Creighton, N. Crummy, B. W. Cunliffe, E. Durham, H. Eckardt, N. Holbrook, H. R. Hurst, D. J. Mattingly, D. P. S. Peacock, S. Rippon, J. Timby and A. Wallace-Hadrill. Cloth. 8 1/2 x 11 inch. 239 pages, 80 figs., many tables. ISBN-13: 978-1-887829-95-3. Published on October 19, 2013. List price $99. Web price to individuals  $79. 

Michael Fulford receiving the surprise Festschrift    Andrew Wallace-Hadrill with Michael Fulford

Michael Fulford (left): "I was not only taken completely by surprise by my birthday party and the presentation of the Festschrift, but I had absolutely no idea about the book beforehand -- a very well guarded secret!"

Andrew Wallace-Hadrill with Michael Fulford (right) at the surprise presentation in Reading.

S94. ROME BEYOND ITS FRONTIERS: IMPORTS, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES, edited by Peter S. Wells (International Roman Archaeology Conference Series). Cloth, 7 x 10 inch. 131 pages, 40 figs including 6 pages of colour. ISBN-13: 978-1-887829-94-6. Published on April 4, 2013. List price $62. Web price to individuals $49.

S93. BREAKING DOWN BOUNDARIES: HADRIAN'S WALL IN THE 21st CENTURY, edited by Rob Collins and Matthew Symonds (International Roman Archaeology Conference Series). Cloth, 7 x 10 inch. 140 pages, 45 figs. including 9 pages of colour. ISBN 978-1-887829-93-9. Published on February 25, 2013. List price $62. Web price to individuals $49.

S92. ATELIERS AND ARTISANS IN ROMAN ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY, edited by T. M. Kristensen and B. Poulsen. Cloth 8 1/2 x 11 inch. 197 pages, 121 black-and-white figs., 24 colour figs. ISBN 978-1-887829-92-2. Published on December 28, 2012. List price $99. Price to individual subscribers $79. Web price to other individuals $84

OTHER RECENT SUPPLEMENTS:

S91. MORE THAN JUST NUMBERS? THE ROLE OF SCIENCE IN ROMAN ARCHAEOLOGY, edited by Irene Schrüfer-Kolb (International Roman Archaeology Conference Series). Cloth, 7 x 10 inch. 191 pages, 67 figs including 2 pages of colour. ISBN-13: 978-1-887829-91-5. Published on October 1, 2012. List price $89. Price to individual subscribers $65. Web price to other individuals $71.20.

S90. SILCHESTER AND THE STUDY OF ROMANO-BRITISH URBANISM, edited by Michael Fulford. Cloth, 8 1/2 x 11 inches. 280 pages, 132 figs., tables. ISBN-13: 978-1-887829-90-8. Published on August 9, 2012. List price $99. Price to individual subscribers $75. Web price to other individuals $79

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