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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

Publication date July 29, 2015
S100. THE NORTH AFRICAN BOOM. EVALUATING ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE ROMAN PROVINCE OF AFRICA PROCONSULARIS (146 B.C. – A.D. 439),
by Matthew S. Hobson. Cloth, 8 1/2 x 11 inch, 181 pages, figs. ISBN-13: 978-0-9913730-4-8. List price $99. Special price to individuals $79.

Now at the printer
S101. PARADIGM AND PROGENY: ROMAN IMPERIAL ARCHITECTURE AND ITS LEGACY. Proceedings of a conference held at the American Academy in Rome on 6-7 December, 2011 in honor of William L. MacDonald, edited by D. Favro, F. K. Yegül, J. Pinto, and G. Métraux.
Cloth, 8 1/2 x 11 inch, 228 pages, figs., 12 pages of colour. ISBN-13: 978-0-9913730-5-5. List price $109. Special price to individuals $89.


THE ANNUAL VOLUME 28 (2015), containing 984 pages in 2 fascicules, is now at the printer.
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Some highlights:
K. Harper, Pandemics and passages to late antiquity: rethinking the plague of c.249-270 described by Cyprian
M. McCormick, Tracking mass death during the fall of Rome's empire (I)
D. Camardo & M. Notomista, The roof and suspended ceiling of the marble room in the House of the Telephus Relief at Herculaneum
Review article by Catherine Virlouvet on "Les métiers du port"
Books Received for Review (August 28, 2014 - June 30, 2015)

Publication  October 28, 2014
S99
. THE HOROLOGIUM OF AUGUSTUS: DEBATE AND CONTEXT, by Lothar Haselberger,  with contributions by Paolo Albčri 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.

Recently published:
S98. THE HOUSE OF SALLUST IN POMPEII (VI 2, 4),
by Anne Laidlaw and Marco Salvatore Stella, with contributions by J. Collins-Clinton, A. Martin, S. Ranucci & J. Burge. Cloth, 8 1/2 x 11 inch. 283 pages, 12 pages of colour plates, 294 figures, Tables, End pocket containing two plans (scale 1 : 100) and two photomosaics (1 : 75 and 1 : 50). ISBN-13: 978-0-9913730-2-4. Publication date: July 8, 2014. List price $109. Web price to individuals $89. Publication of this book has been aided by a grant from the von Bothmer Publication Fund of the Archaeological Institute of America.

Reconstruction
                      of peristyle by J. Burge

S97. PAPERS ON ITALIAN URBANISM IN THE FIRST MILLENNIUM B.C.
, 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.



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