Articles Index By Site and Modern Country



Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria-General
Algeria
Balkans-General
Belgium-General
Belgium
Bulgaria
Corsica
Croatia
Cyprus
Denmark
Egypt-General
Egypt
England-General
England
France-General
France
Germany-General
Germany
Greece-General
Greece
Hungary
India-General
India
Iran/Persia
Iraq
Israel-General
Israel
Italy-General
Italy
Rome (sites)
Jordan- General
Jordan
Lebanon
Libya-General
Libya
Macedonia
Morocco-General
Netherlands-General
Netherlands
Palestine/West Bank
Portugal
Romania-General
Romania
Saudi Arabia
Scotland-General
Serbia
Slovenia
Spain-General
Spain
Switzerland-General
Switzerland
Syria-General
Syria
Tunisia-General
Tunisia
Turkey-General
Turkey

AFGHANISTAN

Begram

2.93: David Whitehouse, Begram, the Periplus and Gandharan art

ALBANIA

Butrint

10.207: R. Hodges, G. Saraçi et al., Late-antique and Byzantine Butrint: interim report on the port and its hinterland (1994-95)

15.199: W. Bowden, R. Hodges, K. Lako, Roman and late-antique Butrint: excavations and survey 2000-2001

21.275: D. R. Hernandez and Dh. Çondi The Roman forum at Butrint (Epirus) and its development from Hellenistic to mediaeval times

Diaporit

17.413: W. Bowden & L. Përzhita, Archaeology in the landscape of Roman Epirus: preliminary report on the Diaporit excavations, 2002-3

Durres

14.390: A. Gutteridge, A. Hoti & H. Hurst, The walled town of Dyrrachium (Durres): settlement and dynamics

16.367: A. Gutteridge & A. Hoti, The walled town of Dyrrachium (Durres): new light on the early defences

16.380: K. Bowes & A. Hoti et al., An amphitheater and its afterlives: survey and excavation in the Durres amphitheatre

Phoenice

10.207: R. Hodges, G. Saraçi et al., Late-antique and Byzantine Butrint: interim report on the port and its hinterland (1994-95)

Saranda

10.207: R. Hodges, G. Saraçi et al., Late-antique and Byzantine Butrint: interim report on the port and its hinterland (1994-95)

Via Egnatia

14.381: M. G. Amore, L. Bejko, Y. Cerova & I. Gjipali, The Via Egnatia (Albania) Project and the bridge at Topçias

18.336: M. G. Amore, L. Bejko, Y. Cerova & I. Gjipali, Via Egnatia (Albania) Project: results of fieldwork 2002

ALGERIA-GENERAL


9.257: M. Feugère, Scène de jeu sur une lampe romaine d'Algérie


ALGERIA

Cherchel

12.331: P. Leveau. Quelques réflexions sur Caesarea/Cherchel et Barbegal.

BALKANS-GENERAL

4.140: D. M. Metcalf, Avar and Slav invasions into the Balkan peninsula (c.575-625): the nature of the numismatic evidence

BELGIUM-GENERAL

23.161: W. Van Neer, A. Ervynck & P. Monsieur, Fish bones and amphorae: evidence for the production and consumption of salted fish products outside the Mediterranean region

BELGIUM

Tienen

17.333: M. Martens, Re-thinking sacred “rubbish”: the ritual deposits of the temple of Mithras at Tienen (Belgium)

BULGARIA

Dobri Dyal:

26.357: A. G. Poulter, Dobri Dyal: a Late Roman fortress on the Lower Danube

Halmyris

15.230: M. Zahariade & M. K. Phelps, Halmyris, a settlement and fort near the mouth of the Danube: interim report

Lower Danube:

26.357: A. G. Poulter, Dobri Dyal: a Late Roman fortress on the Lower Danube

Nicopolis

13.346: A. Poulter, The Roman to Byzantine transition in the Balkans: preliminary results on Nicopolis and its hinterland

CORSICA

Porto Novo

11.53: H. Bernard, J.-Cl. Bessac, P. Mardikian, & M. Feugère, L'épave romaine de marbre de Porto Novo


CROATIA

Brioni

13.252: I. Schrunk & V. Begovic, Roman estates on the island of Brioni, Istria

Narona

14.80: E. Marin, The temple of the imperial cult (Augusteum) at Narona and its statues: interim report

22.83: A. Lindhagen, The transport amphoras Lamboglia 2 and Dressel 6A: a central Dalmatian origin?

Split

8.235: J. Mannell, The monopteroi in the west precinct of Diocletian's Palace at Split

Vis

22.83: A. Lindhagen, The transport amphoras Lamboglia 2 and Dressel 6A: a central Dalmatian origin?


CYPRUS

Fig Tree Bay:

26.239: J. Leidwanger, Between local and long-distance: a Roman shipwreck at Fig Tree Bay off SE Cyprus

Kalavasos-Kopetra

5.265: M. L. Rautman and M. C. McClellan, Excavations at late Roman Kopetra (Cyprus)

12.377: M. L. Rautman, H. Neff, B. Gomez, S. Vaughan & M. D. Glascock, Amphoras and roof-tiles from Late Roman Cyprus: a compositional study of calcareous ceramics from Kalavasos-Kopetra.


DENMARK

17.197: M. Fulford, D. Sim & A. Doig, The production of Roman ferrous armour: a metallographic survey of material from Britain, Denmark and Germany, and its implications


EGYPT-GENERAL


2.126: J. T. Peña, P.Giss.69: evidence for the supplying of stone transport operations in Roman Egypt and the production of fifty-foot monolithic column shafts

11.285: W. Scheidel, The meaning of dates on mummy labels: seasonal mortality and mortuary practice in Roman Egypt

13.288: R. S. Bagnall, P.Oxy. 4527 and the Antonine plague in Egypt: death or flight?

15.97: W. Scheidel, A model of demographic and economic change in Roman Egypt after the Antonine plague

15.114: R. S. Bagnall, The effects of plague: model and evidence

19.75: A. K. Bowman, Outposts of empire: Vindolanda, Egypt and the empire of Rome.

28.161: C. Freu, Labour status and economic stratification in the Roman world: the hierarchy of wages in Egypt

29.371: A. Skovmøller, C. Brøns, & M. L. Sargent, Egyptian blue: modern myths, ancient realities


EGYPT

Abu Hummus

25.195: M. Kenawi, E. Macaulay-Lewis & J. S. McKenzie, A commercial nursery near Abu Hummus (Egypt) and re-use of amphoras for the trade in plants

Alabastrine

5.186: T. Gagos and P. van Minnen, Documenting the rural economy of Byzantine Egypt: three papyri from Alabastrine

Alexandria

16.35: J. McKenzie, Glimpsing Alexandria from archaeological evidence

16.61: J. Baines, Possible implications of the Egyptian name for Alexandria

24.96: G. Alföldy, The Horologium of Augustus and its model at Alexandria

26.36: J. S. McKenzie & A. T. Reyes, The Alexandrian Tychaion, a Pantheon?
 
Bir Umm Fawakhir

8.192: C. Meyer, A Byzantine gold-mining town in the eastern desert of Egypt: Bir Umm Fawakhir, 1992-93

Eastern Desert

14.325: R. Bagnall, A. Bülow-Jacobsen & H. Cuvigny, Security and water on the Eastern Desert roads: the prefect Iulius Ursus and the construction of praesidia under Vespasian

Ismant el-Kharab (Kellis)

19.312: C. Hope & H. Whitehouse, A painted residence at Ismant el-Kharab (Kellis) in the Dakhleh Oasis

Mons Claudianus

11.101: M. van der Veen, A life of luxury in the desert? The food and fodder supply to Mons Claudianus

Myos Hormos/Quseir al-Qadim

6.226: D. P. S. Peacock, The site of Myos Hormos: a view from space

Nag al-Hagar

22.286: M. Mackensen, The Tetrarchic fort at Nag al-Hagar in the province of Thebaïs: preliminary report (2005-8)

26.452: R. Franke, The headquarters building in the tetrarchic fort at Nag’al-Hagar (Upper Egypt)

Ostrakine

11.193: P. Arthur & E. Oren, The N Sinai survey and the evidence of transport amphorae for Roman & Byzantine trading patterns

Qasrawet

11.193: P. Arthur & E. Oren, The N Sinai survey and the evidence of transport amphorae for Roman & Byzantine trading patterns

Quseir al-Qadim

23.335: D. Nappo, On the location of Leuke Kome

Sikait-Zubara Region

12.203: I. Shaw, J. Bunbury & R. Jameson, Emerald mining in Roman and Byzantine Egypt.

Sinai

11.193: P. Arthur & E. Oren, The N Sinai survey and the evidence of transport amphorae for Roman & Byzantine trading patterns

Trimithis (Dakhleh Oasis)

21.170: R. Cribiore, P. Davoli and D. M. Ratzan, A teacher’s dipinto from Trimithis (Dakhleh Oasis)

ENGLAND-GENERAL

5.250: P. Arthur and D. Williams, Campanian wine, Roman Britain and the third century A.D.

17.5: D. Mattingly, Being Roman: expressing identity in a provincial setting

17.197: M. Fulford, D. Sim & A. Doig, The production of Roman ferrous armour: a metallographic survey of material from Britain, Denmark and Germany, and its implications

17.221: R. Stein, Roman wooden force pumps: a case-study in innovation

18.139: H. Eckardt, The social distribution of Roman artefacts: the case of nail- cleaners and brooches in Britain

18.161: J. Webster, Archaeologies of slavery and servitude: bringing ‘New World’ perspectives to Roman Britain

18.397: H. E. M. Cool & M. J. Baxter, Cemeteries and significance tests

19.246: P. Warry, A dated typology for Roman rooftiles (tegulae)

21.64: K. Greene, Learning to consume: consumption and consumerism in the Roman Empire

21.83: M. van der Veen, Food as embodied material culture: diversity and change in plant food consumption in Roman Britain

22.253: P. Stewart, Totenmahl reliefs in the northern provinces: a case-study in imperial sculpture

23.161: W. Van Neer, A. Ervynck & P. Monsieur, Fish bones and amphorae: evidence for the production and consumption of salted fish products outside the Mediterranean region

24.215: R. Hesse, Reconsidering animal husbandry and diet in the northwest provinces

26.419: C. Andrews, Are Roman seal-boxes evidence for literacy?

27.133: M. Pitts, Reconsidering Britain's first urban communities


ENGLAND

Angmering

25.419: L. C. Lancaster, A new vaulting technique for early baths in Sussex:  the anatomy of a Romano-British invention

Badminton Park

28.261: W. Wootton, Figuring out the facts: calculating mosaic labour times in 4th-c. A.D. Britain

Caistor-by-Norwich

21.324: W. Bowden & D. Bescoby, The plan of Venta Icenorum (Caistor-by-Norwich): Interpreting a new geophysical survey 

Canterbury

27.203: E. Swift, Design, function and use-wear in spoons: reconstructing everyday Roman social practice

Chichester

21.293: E. Black, Fishbourne, Chichester, and Togidubnus rex again

Circencester

21.304: N. Holbrook, Circencester and the Cotswolds: the Early Roman evolution of a town and rural landscape

24.215: R. Hesse, Reconsidering animal husbandry and diet in the northwest provinces
 
Colchester

18.267: P. Crummy, The circus at Colchester (Colonia Victricensis)

21.336: P. Crummy, An update on the excavations (2005-7) on the site of the Roman circus at Colchester

26.389: M. Russell & H. Manley, A case of mistaken identity? Laser-scanning the bronze “Claudius” from near Saxmundham

27.133: M. Pitts, Reconsidering Britain's first urban communities

28.261: W. Wootton, Figuring out the facts: calculating mosaic labour times in 4th-c. A.D. Britain

Fishbourne

4.160: B. Cunliffe, Fishbourne revisited: the site in its context

6.233: E. W. Black, The period 1C bath-building at Fishbourne and the problem of the 'Proto-palace'

21.293: E. Black, Fishbourne, Chichester, and Togidubnus rex again

25.419: L. C. Lancaster, A new vaulting technique for early baths in Sussex:  the anatomy of a Romano-British invention

Kent

16.219: J. H. Williams, New light on Roman Kent

London

24.249: D. Perring, Two studies on Roman London:
                    A. London’s military origins
                    B. Population decline and ritual landscapes in Antonine London

27.133: M. Pitts, Reconsidering Britain's first urban communities

27.203: E. Swift, Design, function and use-wear in spoons: reconstructing everyday Roman Social practice

29.469: C. P. Jones, An amulet from London and events surrounding the Antonine Plague

Meonstoke

3.195: A. C. King and T. W. Potter, A new domestic building façade from Roman Britain

Saxmundham:

26.389: M. Russell & H. Manley, A case of mistaken identity? Laser-scanning the bronze “Claudius” from near Saxmundham

Shapwick

14.358: R. Abdy, R. A. Brunning & C. J. Webster, The discovery of a Roman villa at Shapwick and its Severan coin hoard of 9238 silver denarii

15.352: R. Reece, The Severan coin hoard from Shapwick: a comment

Sussex

25.419: L. C. Lancaster, A new vaulting technique for early baths in Sussex:  the anatomy of a Romano-British invention

Teynham

24.408: P. Wilkinson, An octagonal bath-house at Bax Farm, Teynham

Thames Valley

24.215: R. Hesse, Reconsidering animal husbandry and diet in the northwest provinces

Venta Icenorum

24.382: W. Bowden, Architectural innovation in the land of the Iceni: a new complex near Venta Icenorum (Norfolk)

Verulamium

27.133: M. Pitts, Reconsidering Britain's first urban communities

Vindolanda

19.75: A. K. Bowman, Outposts of empire: Vindolanda, Egypt and the empire of Rome.

Woodchester

28.261: W. Wootton, Figuring out the facts: calculating mosaic labour times in 4th-c. A.D. Britain

Wroxeter:

26.419: C. Andrews, Are Roman seal-boxes evidence for literacy?

FRANCE-GENERAL

1.57: J.-Cl. Bessac, Influences de la conquête romaine sur le travail de la pierre en Gaule méditerranéenne

12.101: K. E. Meyer, Axial peristyle houses in the western empire.

13.133: P. van Ossel & P. Ouzoulias, Rural settlement economy in Northern Gaul in the Late Empire: an overview

16.260: T. Lewit, ‘Vanishing villas’: what happened to élite rural habitation in the West in the 5th-6th c.?

17.221: R. Stein, Roman wooden force pumps: a case-study in innovation

17.251: C. Witschel, Re-evaluating the Roman West in the 3rd c. A.D.

18.405: K. Bowes & A. Gutteridge, Rethinking the later Roman landscape

19.370: T. Lewit, Footprints in the later Roman countryside: a response

20.202: S. Klein, C. Rico, Y. Lahaye, H.-M. von Kaenel, C. Domergue & G. P. Brey, Copper ingots from the western Mediterranean sea: chemical characterisation and provenance studies through lead- and copper isotope analyses

23.161: W. Van Neer, A. Ervynck & P. Monsieur, Fish bones and amphorae: evidence for the production and consumption of salted fish products outside the Mediterranean region

24.215: R. Hesse, Reconsidering animal husbandry and diet in the northwest provinces

25.351: B. Munro, Recycling, demand for materials, and landownership at villas in Italy and the western provinces in late antiquity

26.169: B. Russell, Roman and late-antique shipwrecks with stone cargoes: a new inventory

29.165: C. Rice, Shipwreck cargoes in the western Mediterranean and the organization of Roman maritime trade

FRANCE

Alps

22.170: M. Segard, Pastoralism, rural economy, and the evolution of landscape in the western Alps

Arles

5.130: Cl. Sintès, L'évolution topographique de l'Arles du Haut-Empire à la lumière des fouilles récentes

12.142: M. Heijmans, La topographie de la ville d'Arles durant l'Antiquité tardive.

14.373: A. Charron & M. Heijmans, L'obélisque du cirque d'Arles

Barbegal

9.137: P. Leveau, The Barbegal water mill in its environment: archaeology & the economic and social history of antiquity

9.154: P. Bellamy and R. B. Hitchner, The villas of the Vallée des Vaux and the Barbegal mill: excavations at La Mérindole villa and cemetery

12.331: P. Leveau, Quelques réflexions sur Caesarea/Cherchel et Barbegal.

Bois des Lens

6.205: J.-Cl. Bessac, Etat des recherches sur les carrières antiques du Bois des Lens (Gard)

Carcassonne

15.310: J.-P. Fourdrin, Vestiges d'un parapet antique près de la tour du Sacraire Saint-Sernin à Carcassonne

Châteaubleau

17.385: F. Pilon, Unofficial cast coinage in 3rd-c. Gaul: the evidence from Châteaubleau

Clermont-Ferrand:

26.200: D. Miallier, P. Boivin, B. Dousteyssier & P. Labazuy, L’origine de la roche mise en œuvre pour la construction du temple de Mercure, au sommet du Puy de Dôme, élucidée, et les implications archéologiques

Col de Panissars

8.5: G. Castellvi, J. M. Nolla and I. Rodà, La identificación de los trofeos de Pompeyo en el Pirineo

Glanum (Saint-Rémy de Provence)

5.39: A. Roth Congès, Nouvelles fouilles à Glanum (1982-1990)

6.193: P. Varène, L'apport de l'ethno-archéologie à la connaissance des techniques antiques de construction: deux exemples tirés de la reconstruction partielle d'un temple à Glanum

17.26: S. Agusta-Boularot, M. Christol, M. Gazenbeek, Y. Marcadal, V. Mathieu, J.-L. Paillet, A. Rapin, A. Roth Congès, J.-C. Sourisseau, H. Tréziny, Dix ans de fouilles et recherches à Glanum (Saint-Rémy de Provence)

La Mérindole

9.154: P. Bellamy and R. B. Hitchner, The villas of the Vallée des Vaux and the Barbegal mill: excavations at La Mérindole villa and cemetery

Marseille

8.65: A. Hesnard, Les ports antiques de Marseille, Place Jules-Verne

8.78: J. France and A. Hesnard, Une statio du quarantième des Gaules et les opérations commerciales dans le port romain de Marseille (Place Jules-Verne)

8.94: M. Bonifay and D. Piéri, Amphores du Ve au VIIe s. à Marseille: nouvelles données sur la typologie et le contenu

Nîmes

4.63: G. Fabre, J.-L. Fiches, J.-L. Paillet, Interdisciplinary research on the aqueduct of Nîmes and the Pont du Gard

Pont du Gard

4.63: G. Fabre, J.-L. Fiches, J.-L. Paillet, Interdisciplinary research on the aqueduct of Nîmes and the Pont du Gard

Puy de Dôme:

26.200: D. Miallier, P. Boivin, B. Dousteyssier & P. Labazuy, L’origine de la roche mise en œuvre pour la construction du temple de Mercure, au sommet du Puy de Dôme, élucidée, et les implications archéologiques

Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges

4.89: Jean Guyon, et al., From Lugdunum to Convenae: recent work on Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges (Haute-Garonne)

11.343: S. Esmonde Cleary, M. Jones & J. Wood, The late Roman defences at Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges: interim report

15.297: J. Wood, The wall-top of the Late-Roman defences at Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges: interim report

17.434: D. Millette, The awning apparatus of the theatre at Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges

Saint-Lézer (Castum Bigorra)

15.317: C. Darles, A. Badie, J.-J. Malmary, Le couronnement du rempart de Saint-Lézer (Castum Bigorra) en Novempopulanie

22.402: J. Wood, The wall-top at castrum Bigorra (Saint-Lézer): an alternative interpretation and reconstruction

22.409: Ch. Darles, A. Badie et J.-J. Malmary, A propos du couronnement du rempart de Saint-Lézer: de l’état actuel à la restitution

GERMANY-GENERAL

10.166: M. Buora, Nuovi studi sulle fibule romane (1986-1995)

17.197: M. Fulford, D. Sim & A. Doig, The production of Roman ferrous armour: a metallographic survey of material from Britain, Denmark and Germany, and its implications

17.221: R. Stein, Roman wooden force pumps: a case-study in innovation

17.251: C. Witschel, Re-evaluating the Roman West in the 3rd c. A.D.

19.137: C. Bridger, Veteran settlement in the Lower Rhineland: the evidence from the civitas Traianensis

22.253: P. Stewart, Totenmahl reliefs in the northern provinces: a case-study in imperial sculpture

23.161: W. Van Neer, A. Ervynck & P. Monsieur, Fish bones and amphorae: evidence for the production and consumption of salted fish products outside the Mediterranean region

24.215: R. Hesse, Reconsidering animal husbandry and diet in the northwest provinces


GERMANY

Cologne

10.263: M. Carroll-Spillecke, An early bath house in the suburbs of Cologne

14.310: M. Carroll, Supplying the Roman fleet: native Belgic, Frisian and Germanic pottery from Cologne

Mainz

2.120: H. G. Frenz, The honorary arch at Mainz-Kastel

17.354: C. Ulbert, J.-C. Wulfmeier & I. Huld-Zetsche, Ritual deposits of Mithraic cult-vessels: new evidence from Sechtem & Mainz

Sechtem

17.354: C. Ulbert, J.-C. Wulfmeier & I. Huld-Zetsche, Ritual deposits of Mithraic cult-vessels: new evidence from Sechtem & Mainz

Rhine Valley

22.253: P. Stewart, Totenmahl reliefs in the northern provinces: a case-study in imperial sculpture

Waldgirmes

16.93: S. von Schnurbein, Augustus in Germania and his new ‘town’ at Waldgirmes east of the Rhine

Xanten

12.263: T. Rehren & K. Kraus, Cupel and crucible: the refining of debased silver in the Colonia Ulpia Traiana, Xanten.


GREECE-GENERAL

2.5: S. E. Alcock, Roman imperialism in the Greek landscape

3.147: C. Runnels, Rotary querns in Greece

15.282: B. Demierre, Les fours à chaux en Grèce


GREECE


Actium

16.64: K. L. Zachos, The tropaeum of the sea-battle of Actium at Nikopolis: interim report

29.389: F. J. Vereat & C. J. Dart, Last of the naval triumphs: revisting some key Actian honours

Athens

10.279: S. Leigh, The 'reservoir' of Hadrian in Athens

11.117: K. Welch, Greek stadia and Roman spectacles: Asia, Athens, and the tomb of Herodes Atticus

21.352: E. Tzavella, Burial and urbanism in Athens (4th-9th c. A.D.)

Corinth

10.95: M. Walbank, The foundation and planning of early Roman Corinth

23.137: D. Adan-Bayewitz, K. W. Slane, F. Asaro & R. D. Giauque, Silver in ancient pottery: context matters

25.441: K. W. Slane, Remaining Roman in death at an eastern colony

27.403: M. E. Hoskins Walbank, Remaining Roman in death at Corinth? A debate with K. W. Slane

Delos

18.196: F. Coarelli, L’ ‘Agora des Italiens’: lo statarion di Delo?

Eretria

12.273: S. G. Schmid, Decline or prosperity at Roman Eretria? Industry, purple dye works, public buildings, and gravestones.

14.113: S. Schmid, Worshipping the emperor(s): a new temple of the imperial cult at
Eretria and the ancient destruction of its statues

Epidaurus

16.300: K. Aslanidis, The Roman odeion at Epidaurus

Kenchreai

13.359: W. Stern, A decorated bone ring from a cabinet or chest and workshop procedures in the 4th c A.D.

Mount Helikon

25.227: B. A. Robinson, Mount Helikon and the Valley of the Muses: the production of a sacred space

Naryka

19.151: C. P. Jones, A letter of Hadrian to Naryka (Eastern Locris)

Nikopolis

16.64: K. L. Zachos, The tropaeum of the sea-battle of Actium at Nikopolis: interim report

Paros

11.275: J. Pollini, N. Herz, K. Policreti & Y. Maniatis, Parian lychnites and the Prima Porta statue: new scientific tests

Patras

7.183: M. Petropoulos and A. D. Rizakis, Settlement patterns and landscape in the coastal area of Patras. Preliminary report

Thermopylai

5.261: W. J. Cherf, Carbon-14 chronology for the late-Roman fortifications of the Thermopylai frontier

Thessalonica

24.450: E. Rizos, The late-antique walls of Thessalonica and their place in the development of eastern military architecture

Thespiae
 
25.227: B. A. Robinson, Mount Helikon and the Valley of the Muses: the production of a sacred space

HUNGARY

Gorsium/Tác

6.261: J. Fitz and J. Fedak, From Roman Gorsium to late-antique Herculia: a summary of recent work at Tác

INDIA-GENERAL

23.335: D. Nappo, On the location of Leuke Kome

INDIA

Arikamedu

6.93: V. Begley, New investigations at the port of Arikamedu

Muziris/Pattanam

14.334: R. Gurukkal & C. Whittaker, In search of Muziris

17.312: K. P. Shajan, R. Tomber, V. Selvakumar & P. J. Cherian, Locating the ancient port of Muziris: fresh findings from Pattanam

IRAN/PERSIA

9.48: M. Vickers, Rock crystal: the key to cut glass and diatreta in Persia and Rome


IRAQ

Qubur al Bid

17.397: G. A. Wood, The Roman fort at Qubur al Bid, Mesopotamia

ISRAEL- GENERAL

27.487: N. Benovitz, The Justinianic plague: evidence from the dated Greek epitaphs of Byzentine Palestine and Arabia

ISRAEL


Beth Shean

23.137: D. Adan-Bayewitz, K. W. Slane, F. Asaro & R. D. Giauque, Silver in ancient pottery: context matters

Caesarea Maritima

11.23: K. L. Gleason et al., The promontory palace at Caesarea Maritima: preliminary evidence for Herod's Praetorium

14.269: Y. Patrich, The carceres of the Herodian hippodrome/stadium at Caesarea Maritima and connections with the Circus Maximus

16.451: Y. Porath, Herod's Circus at Caesarea: a response to J. Patrich (JRA 14, 269-83)

16.456: J. Patrich, More on the Hippodrome-Stadium of Caesarea Maritima: a response to the comments of Y. Porath

23.265: H. Dey & B. Goodman-Tchernov, Tsunamis and the port of Caesarea Maritima over the longue durée: a geoarchaeological perspective

27.357: H. Dey, B. Goodman-Tchernov & J. Sharvit, Archaeological evidence for the tsunami of January 18, A.D. 749: a chapter in the history of Early Islamic Qâysariyah (Caesarea Maritima)

Dor

23.137: D. Adan-Bayewitz, K. W. Slane, F. Asaro & R. D. Giauque, Silver in ancient pottery: context matters

Gennesar

19.229: U. Leibner, Identifying Gennesar on the Sea of Galilee

Halutza (Elusa)

13.331: H. Goldfus, B. Arubas & K. Bowes, New excavations in the East Church at Halutza (Elusa): preliminary report

Herodium

23.84: E. Netzer, Y. Kalman, R. Porath & R. Chachy-Laureys, Preliminary report on Herod’s mausoleum and theatre with a royal box at Herodium

29.142: R. Porat, Y. Kalman, & R. Chachy, Excavation of the approach to the mountain palace-fortress at Herodium

Huqoq

27.327: J. Magness, S. Kisilevitz, K. Britt, M. Grey & C. Spigel, Huqoq (Lower Galilee and its synagogue mosaics: preliminary report on the excavations of 2011-13

Iotapata (Yodefat)

10.131: D. Adan-Bayewitz & M. Aviam, Jotapata, Josephus, and the siege of 67: preliminary report on the 1992-94 seasons

Jerusalem

18.373: G. Avni, The urban limits of Roman and Byzantine Jerusalem: a view from the necropoleis

23.137: D. Adan-Bayewitz, K. W. Slane, F. Asaro & R. D. Giauque, Silver in ancient pottery: context matters

25.403: O. Peleg-Barkat, The relative chronology of tomb façades in Early Roman Jerusalem and power displays by the élite

Khirbet Omrit

22.349: M. C. Nelson and J. T. Thole, Stucco fluting the columns of the temple at Kh. Omrit

Khirbet Wadi Hamam (Lower Galilee)

23.220: U. Leibner, Excavations at Khirbet Wadi Hamam (Lower Galilee): the synagogue and the settlement

23.238: U. Leibner & S. Miller, Appendix: A figural mosaic in the synagogue at Khirbet Wadi Hamam

Khirbet Yattir

12.411: H. Eshel, J. Magness, E. Shenhav, with J. Besonen, Interim report on Khirbet Yattir in Judea: a mosque and a monastic church.

13.343: H. Eshel, J. Magness & E. Shenhav, Khirbet Yattir: a note on the church in area D

Masada

9.223: H. Cotton, O. Lernau and Y. Goren, Fish sauces from Herodian Masada

Oboda

21.340: Y. Goren & P. Fabian, The Oboda potter’s workshop reconsidered

Sepphoris

23.137: D. Adan-Bayewitz, K. W. Slane, F. Asaro & R. D. Giauque, Silver in ancient pottery: context matters

23.196: Z. Weiss, From Roman temple to Byzantine church: a preliminary report on Sepphoris in transition

Shivta

16.395: Y. Hirschfeld, Social aspects of the late-antique village of Shivta

Tel Shalem

12.294: W. Eck & G. Foerster, Ein Triumphbogen für Hadrian im Tal von Beth Shean bei Tel Shalem.

Yotvata

17.405: U. Avner, G. Davies & J. Magness, The Roman fort at Yotvata: interim report (2003)

24.469: G. Davies and J. Magness, The Roman fort at Yotvata: a foundation under Valens?

27.356: G. Davies and J. Magness, Addendum to "The Roman fort at Yotvata: a Valentinianic foundation?"

ITALY-GENERAL

7.59: K. Welch. The Roman arena in late-Republican Italy: a new interpretation

10.5: J. Bodel, Monumental villas and villa monuments

10.166: M. Buora, Nuovi studi sulle fibule romane (1986-1995)

13.207: P. S. Lulof, Archaic terracotta acroteria representing Athena and Heracles: manifestations of power in central Italy

13.234: S. Yerkes, Vitruvius' monstra

14.33: R. A. Tybout, Roman wall-painting and social significance

14.414: Response to R. Tybout, "Roman wall-painting and social significance," JRA 14, by C. H. Hallett

15.346: R. Tybout, Response to the comments of B. Bergmann and C. H. Hallett

15. 20: M. Bradley, 'It all comes out in the wash': Looking harder at the Roman fullonica

15.247: G. Cifani, Notes on the rural landscape of central Tyrrhenian Italy in the
6th-5th c. B.C. and its social significance

16.260: T. Lewit, ‘Vanishing villas’: what happened to élite rural habitation in the West in the 5th-6th c.?

17.131: I. Bragantini, Una pittura senza maestri: la produzione della pittura parietale romana

18.220: E. Fentress, On the block: catastae, chalcidica and cryptae in Early Imperial Italy

18.405: K. Bowes & A. Gutteridge, Rethinking the later Roman landscape

19.370: T. Lewit, Footprints in the later Roman countryside: a response

22.215: A. Marzano & G. Brizzi, Costly display or economic investment? A quantitative approach to the study of marine aquaculture

24.99: M. Carroll, Infant death and burial in Roman Italy

25.351: B. Munro, Recycling, demand for materials, and landownership at villas in Italy and the western provinces in late antiquity

26.103: C. Silvio Fioriello & A. Mangiatordi, Urban and rural Roman landscapes of central Apulia

26.169: B. Russell, Roman and late-antique shipwrecks with stone cargoes: a new inventory

27.417: M. -B. Carre, P. Monsieur & S. Pesavento Mattioli, Transport amphorae Lamboglia 2 and Dressel 6A: Italy and/or Dalmatia? Some clarifications

28.97: A. Van Oyen, The moral architecture of villa storage in Italy in the 1st c. B.C.

29.312: F. Sacchetti, Funerary practices and sacerdotal rank in pre-Roman northern and central Italy: new data for interpreting the 'ritual shovel'

ITALY


Acquatraversa
 

28.179: E. Caserta, La Villa di Lucio
Vero sulla Via Cassia a Roma in località Acquatraversa

28.192: K. M. D. Dunbabin, The agnostic mosaic in the Villa of Lucius Verus and the Capitolina of Rome

Ad Medias

29.349: G. W. Tol & B. Borgers, The study of local production and exchange in the lower Pontine plain

Ager Faliscus

20.165: G. Cifani, R. Opitz & S. Stoddart, Mapping the Ager Faliscus road-system: the contribution of LiDAR survey

Amiternum

23.55: M. Heinzelmann, D. Jordan & C. Murer, Amiternum and the upper Aterno valley: a Sabine-Roman town and its territory

Anagni

24.333: E. Fentress and M. Maiuro, Villa Magna near Anagni: the emperor, his winery and the wine of Signia

Ancona

21.31: F. Colivicchi, Hellenism and Romanization at Ancona: a case of ‘invented tradition’

Antium

22.390: C. P. Jones, Books and libraries in a newly-discovered treatise of Galen

Apulia:

26.103: C. Silvio Fioriello & A. Mangiatordi, Urban and rural Roman landscapes of central Apulia

Aquileia

23. 320: M. Buora & V. Roberto,  New work on the plan of Aquileia based on aerial photographs and a GIS platform

Baiae

12.57: D. M. Jacobson & M. Wilson Jones, The annexe of the ‘Temple of Venus’ at Baiae: an exercise in Roman geometrical planning.

Bari:

26.103: C. Silvio Fioriello & A. Mangiatordi, Urban and rural Roman landscapes of central Apulia
 

Bologna

29.312: F. Sacchetti, Funerary practices and sacerdotal rank in pre-Roman northern and central Italy: new data for interpreting the 'ritual shovel'

Boscoreale

7.100: R. R. R. Smith, Spear-won land at Boscoreale: on the royal paintings of a Roman villa

Bracciano

23.358: R. Taylor, K. Rinne, E. O’Neill & M. O’Neill, A grotto-shrine at the headwaters of the Aqua Traiana

Bruttium

2.133: P. Arthur, Some observations on the economy of Bruttium under the later Roman empire

Butuntum:

26.103: C. Silvio Fioriello & A. Mangiatordi, Urban and rural Roman landscapes of central Apulia

Campo della Chiesa

2.111: M. Del Chiaro, A new late republican-early imperial villa at Campo della Chiesa, Tuscany

3.155: M. A. Del Chiaro, Second interim report on the excavation of a Roman villa in Tuscany

3.159: J. Bodel, A new Roman brickstamp from Etruria

4.149: E. Fentress, Heba, the XXIXth legion, and the Campo della Chiesa tile

Cannae

23.7: R. Goffredo, Persistence and change in settlement patterns in the Ofanto valley near Canusium and Cannae (Apulia) (late 4th c. B.C.-1st c. A.D.)

Canusium

23.7: R. Goffredo, Persistence and change in settlement patterns in the Ofanto valley near Canusium and Cannae (Apulia) (late 4th c. B.C.-1st c. A.D.)

Capua

20.255: S. L. Tuck, Spectacle and ideology in the relief decorations of the Anfiteatro Campana at Capua 

Como

29.312: F. Sacchetti, Funerary practices and sacerdotal rank in pre-Roman northern and central Italy: new data for interpreting the 'ritual shovel'

Cosa

7.208: E. Fentress, Cosa in the empire: the unmaking of a Roman town

19.368: C. P. Jones, Cosa and the Antonine plague?

Egadi Islands (Sicily)

25.7:  S. Tusa & J. Royal, The landscape of the naval battle at the Egadi Islands (241 B.C.)

27.33: J. R. W. Prag, Bronze rostra from the Egadi Islands of NW Sicily: the Latin inscriptions

Falerii

11.224: H. Flower, The significance of an inscribed breastplate captured at Falerii in 241 B.C.

Forum Novum

14.59: V. Gaffney, H. Patterson & P. Roberts, Forum Novum-Vescovio: studying urbanism in the Tiber valley

Gerace (near Enna) (Sicily)

27.472: R. J. A. Wilson, Tile-stamps of Philippianus in Late Roman Sicily: a talking signum or evidence for horse-raising?


Gnatia:

26.103: C. Silvio Fioriello & A. Mangiatordi, Urban and rural Roman landscapes of central Apulia

Grottarossa

19.213: J. A. Becker, The Villa delle Grotte at Grottarossa and the prehistory of Roman villas

Gravina

16.178: A. M. Small, V. Volterra & R. G. V. Hancock, New evidence from tile- stamps for imperial properties near Gravina, and the topography of imperial estates in SE Italy

Grosseto

21.225: E. Vaccaro, An overview of rural settlement in four river basins in the province of Grosseto on the coast of Tuscany (200 B.C.–A.D. 600)

Grottacce

22.215: A. Marzano & G. Brizzi, Costly display or economic investment? A quantitative approach to the study of marine aquaculture

Herculaneum

10.181: A. Koloski-Ostrow et al., Water in the Roman town: new research from Cura Aquarum and the Frontinus society

11.82: M. George, Elements of the peristyle in Campanian atria

13.21: S. Dillon, Subject selection and viewer reception of Greek portraits from Herculaneum and Tivoli

13.41: J. Trimble, Replicating the body politic: the Herculaneum Women statue types in Early Imperial Italy

24.121: A. Wallace-Hadrill, The monumental centre of Herculaneum: in search of the identities of the public buildings

25.69:  L. de Ligt & P. Garnsey, The Album of Herculaneum and a model of the town’s demography

28.39: D. Camardo & M. Notomista, The roof and suspended ceiling of the marble room in the House of the Telephus Relief at Herculaneum

29.125: J. Berry, Boundaries and control in the Roman house

29.423: N. Monteix, Exploiting excavation archives: Herculaneum from 1927 to 1961 as a case-study

Isola Sacra (Ostia)

10.271: I. Bragantini, Mosaico policromo con iscrizione di consecratio da una tomba dell'Isola Sacra

'Kaukana' (Punta Seca, Sicily)

22.412: R. J. A. Wilson with G. Di Stefano, J. W. Hayes & C. L. Sulosky, An early Byzantine ‘élite’ tomb in a domestic context at Kaukana, Sicily

Lake Nemi:

29.451: F. Diosono & T. Cinaglia, Light on the water: ritual deposit of lamps in Lake Nemi

Locri

24.481: G. Bruni, Palazzi di Casignana near Locri: a palatial residence in late-antique Calabria

Lucus Feroniae, Villa of the Volusii Saturnini

10.5: J. Bodel. Monumental villas and villa monuments

Masseria Ciccolti, Lucania

22.275: M. Gualtieri with S. Ferrari, A mosaic of Aion with the Seasons at Masseria Ciccotti (Lucania) and its 3rd-c. A.D. context

Minturnae

13.164: P. B. Harvey, jr., The inscribed bowl from the Garigliano (Minturnae): local diversity and Romanization in the 4th c. B.C. 

Monte Pallano

11.5: A. Faustoferri & J. Lloyd, Monte Pallano: a Samnite fortified centre and its hinterland

Monza
29.509: A. Cameron, The status of Serena and the Stilicho diptych

Nuceria:

26.53: M. Flohr, The textile economy of Pompeii

Oplontis

9.81: J. R. Clarke, Landscape paintings in the Villa of Oplontis (with colour plates before p.289)

20.222: M. L. Thomas & J. R. Clarke The Oplontis Project 2005-6: observations on the construction history of Villa A at Torre Annunziata

22.355: M. L. Thomas & J. R. Clarke, Evidence of demolition and remodeling at Villa A at Oplontis (Villa of Poppaea) after A.D. 45.

24.370: M. L. Thomas and J. R. Clarke, Water features, the atrium, and the coastal setting of Oplontis Villa A at Torre Annunziata
 
Ostia-Portus

11.293: C. P. Jones, The pancratiasts Helix and Alexander on an Ostian mosaic

12.342: F. A. Bauer & M. Heinzelmann, The Constantinian Bishop's church at Ostia: preliminary report on the 1998 season.

13.192: J. H. D'Arms, P. Lucilius Gamala's feasts for the Ostians and their Roman models

15.5: M. Heinzelmann & A. Martin, River port, navalia, and harbour temple at
Ostia: new results of a DAI-AAR Project

17.146: J. DeLaine, Designing for a market: ‘medianum’ apartments at Ostia

20.273: D. Booms, Scaffolding signatures: putlog holes and the identification of individual builders in two Ostian baths

23.109: C. Bruun Water, oxygen isotopes, and immigration to Ostia-Portus 

23.303: G. E. Meyers, L. M. Jackson & J. Galloway, The production and usage of non-decorated Etruscan rooftiles, based on a case study at Poggio Colla

27.175: M. MacKinnon, Animals in the urban fabric of Ostia: initiating a comparative zooarchaeological synthesis

Pompeii

5.235: P. M. Allison, The relationship between wall-decoration and room-type in Pompeian houses: a case study of the Casa della Caccia Antica

7.129: W. C. Archer, The maturing of the Fourth Style: the Casa delle Nozze d'Argento at Pompeii

10.181: A. Koloski-Ostrow et al., Water in the Roman town: new research from Cura Aquarum and the Frontinus society

11.82: M. George, Elements of the peristyle in Campanian atria

17.107: R. Jones & D. Robinson, The making of an élite house: the House of the
Vestals at Pompeii

17.371: S. J. R. Ellis, The distribution of bars at Pompeii: archaeological, spatial and
viewshed analyses

19.53: E. E. Poehler, The circulation of traffic in Pompeii’s Regio VI

20.233: J. T. Peña, Two groups of tituli picti from Pompeii and environs: Sicilian wine, not flour and hand-picked olives

24.161: A. L. C. Emerson, Evidence for Junian Latins in the tombs of Pompeii?

24.191: S. Gavel, Placing paniskoi herms within Augustan propaganda at Pompeii

25.95: E. E. Poehler,  The drainage system at Pompeii: mechanisms, operation and design

26.53: M. Flohr, The textile economy of Pompeii

26.79: N. Monteix, The apple of discord: fleece-washing in Pompeii’s textile economy

28.71: M. A. Anderson, Public buildings and private opportunities: some dynamics in Pompeii's urban development

29.43: M. Mogetta, The early development of concrete in the domestic architecture of pre-Roman Pompeii

29.125: J. Berry, Boundaries and control in the Roman house

Pontine Regions/Marshes

29.349: G. W. Tol & B. Borgers, The study of local production and exchange in the lower Pontine plain

Portus

25.486: S. Keay, G. Earl, F. Felici et al., Interim report on an enigmatic new Trajanic building at Portus

Potenza valley

17.57: F. Vermeulen & G. Verhoeven, The contribution of aerial photography and field survey to the study of urbanization in the Potenza valley (Picenum)

Prima Porta

5.203: J. Pollini and N. Herz, The marble type of the statue of Augustus from Prima Porta: an isotopic analysis

13.220: A. Klynne & P. Liljenstolpe, Investigating the gardens of the Villa of Livia

Punta della Vipera

22.215: A. Marzano & G. Brizzi, Costly display or economic investment? A quantitative approach to the study of marine aquaculture

Rimini

16.312: R. Jackson, The Domus ‘del chirurgo’ at Rimini: an interim account of the medical assemblage

Rome-General

3.187: Th. Schäfer, Ein Pronkonsul von Africa in der Villa Massimo?

11.337: F. Heintz, Circus curses and their archaeological contexts

18.120: R. Witcher, The extended metropolis: Urbs, suburbium and population

18.241: N. A. Winter, Gods walking on the roof: the evolution of terracotta statuary in Archaic Etruscan architecture in the light of the kings of Rome

19.191: K. M. D. Dunbabin, A theatrical device on the Late Roman stage: the relief of
Flavius Valerianus

22.6: N. A. Winter, I. Iliopoulos & A. J. Ammerman, New light on the production of decorated roofs of the 6th c. B.C. at sites in and around Rome

26.113: P. Berni Millet & D. Gorostidi Pi, C. Iulius Valerianus et C. Iulius Iulianus: mercatores del aceite bético en un signaculum de plomo para ánforas Dressel 20

26.7: A. H. Kontokosta, Reconsidering the arches (fornices) of the Roman Republic

26.36: J. S. McKenzie & A. T. Reyes, The Alexandrian Tychaion, a Pantheon?

27.7: W. Scheidel, The shape of the Roman world: modelling imperial connectivity

27.275: R. Couzin, The Christian sarcophagus population of Rome

29.438: B. Sandor, Tire choices in Roman chariot racing

Suessa Aurunca

29.223: S. Wood, Hadrian, Hercules, and griffins: a group of cuirassed statues from Latium and Pamphylia

Rome (sites)

Aqua Traiana

23.358: R. Taylor, K. Rinne, E. O’Neill & M. O’Neill, A grotto-shrine at the headwaters of the Aqua Traiana

Ara Pacis Augustae

5.209: D. A. Conlin, The reconstruction of Antonia Minor on the Ara Pacis

5.216: G. M. Koeppel, The third man: restoration problems on the North frieze of the Ara Pacis Augustae

6.80: R. Billows, The religious procession of the Ara Pacis Augustae: Augustus' supplicatio in 13 B.C.

13.311: N. Hannestad, Late-antique reworking of the Ara Pacis?

14.284: P. Rehak, The fourth flamen of the Ara Pacis Augustae

17.83: R. Cohon, Forerunners of the scrollwork on the Ara Pacis Augustae made by a Western Asiatic workshop. With postscript: Reflections of the scrollwork of the Ara Pacis Augustae on a relief in The Michael C. Carlos Museum in Atlanta

Arch of Augustus

13.183: R. T. Scott, The triple arch of Augustus and the Roman triumph

Arch of the Argentarii

18.83: J. Elsner, Sacrifice and narrative on the Arch of the Argentarii at Rome 

Area Sacra di S. Omobono

29.7 D. P. Diffendale, P. Brocato, N. Terrenato & A. Brock, Sant'Omobono: an interim status quaestionis

Atrium Regium

16.5: K. Welch, A new view of the origins of the Basilica: the Atrium Regium,
Graecostasis, and Roman diplomacy

Auditorium site

14.5: N. Terrenato, The Auditorium site in Rome and the origins of the villa

Caelian Hill

14.217: R. Coates-Stephens, Muri dei bassi secoli in Rome: observations on the re-use of statuary in walls found on the Esquiline and Caelian after 1870

19.94: P. L. Tucci Ideology and technology in Rome’s water supply: castella, the toponym
AQVEDVCTIVM, and supply to the Palatine and Caelian hills

Colosseum

11.146: L. C. Lancaster, Reconstructing the restorations of the Colosseum after the fire of 217

13.69: G. Schingo, A history of earlier excavations in the arena

13.79: H.-J. Beste, The construction and phases of development of the wooden arena flooring of the Colosseum

13.93: R. Rea, Studying the valley of the Colosseum (1970-2000): achievements and prospects

18.57 L. C. Lancaster, The process of building the Colosseum: the site, materials and construction techniques

25.513:  A. Cameron, Basilius and his diptych again: career titles, seats in the Colosseum, and issues of stylistic dating
 
Column of Marcus Aurelius

18.302: M. Beckmann, The border of the frieze of the Column of Marcus Aurelius and its implications

18.313: A. Claridge, Postscript: Further considerations on the carving of the frieze on the Column of Marcus Aurelius

24.283: E. Wolfram Thill, Depicting barbarism on fire: architectural destruction on the Columns of Trajan and Marcus Aurelius
 
Column of Trajan

7.163: J. E. Packer, Trajan's Forum again: the Column and the Temple of Trajan in the master plan attributed to Apollodorus (?)

24.283: E. Wolfram Thill, Depicting barbarism on fire: architectural destruction on the Columns of Trajan and Marcus Aurelius
 
Esquiline Hill

14.217: R. Coates-Stephens, Muri dei bassi secoli in Rome: observations on the re-use of statuary in walls found on the Esquiline and Caelian after 1870

Forum Appii (near Rome)
 
29.349: G. W. Tol & B. Borgers, The study of local production and exchange in the lower Pontine plain

Forum of Trajan

16.109: J. Packer, TEMPLUM DIVI TRAIANI PARTHICI ET PLOTINAE: a debate with R. Meneghini

20.54: A. Claridge, Hadrian’s lost Temple of Trajan

Galen’s storeroom

21.133: P. L. Tucci, Galen’s storeroom, Rome’s libraries, and the fire of A.D. 192 

Graecostasis

16.5: K. Welch, A new view of the origins of the Basilica: the Atrium Regium,
Graecostasis, and Roman diplomacy

Horologium of Augustus

24.47: L. Haselberger, A debate on the Horologium of Augustus: controversy and clarifications, with responses by P. J. Heslin and M. Schütz and additional remarks by R. Hannah and G. Alföldy

24.74: P. J. Heslin, The Augustus code: a response to L. Haselberger

24.78: M. Schütz, The Horologium on the Campus Martius reconsidered

24.87: R. Hannah, The Horologium of Augustus as a sundial

24.96: G. Alföldy, The Horologium of Augustus and its model at Alexandria

Monte Testaccio:

26.113: P. Berni Millet & D. Gorostidi Pi, C. Iulius Valerianus et C. Iulius Iulianus: mercatores del aceite bético en un signaculum de plomo para ánforas Dressel 20

Palatine Hill

3.172: P. Rehak, The Ionic temple relief in the Capitoline: the temple of Victory on the Palatine?

12.5: C. Angelelli & S. Falzone, Considerazioni sull’occupazione protostorica nell’area sud-occidentale del Palatino.

14.239: L. Costantini & J. Giorgi, Charred plant remains of the Archaic period from the Forum and Palatine

19.94: P. L. Tucci, Ideology and technology in Rome’s water supply: castella, the toponym
AQVEDVCTIVM, and supply to the Palatine and Caelian hills

21.47: S. Zink, Reconstructing the Palatine temple of Apollo: a case study in early Augustan temple design

21.133: P. L. Tucci, Galen’s storeroom, Rome’s libraries, and the fire of A.D. 192

22.109: S. Zink with H. Piening, Haec aurea templa: the Palatine temple of Apollo and its polychromy

22.390: C. P. Jones, Books and libraries in a newly-discovered treatise of Galen

22.398: P. L. Tucci, Antium, the Palatium, and the Domus Tiberiana again

25.371: T. P. Wiseman, Roma Quadrata, archaic huts, the house of Augustus, and the orientation of Palatine Apollo

25.388: S. Zink, Old and new archaeological evidence for the plan of the Palatine temple of Apollo

Pantheon

20.95: L. M. Hetland, Dating the Pantheon

23.395: A. S. Reiterman, Clamp-holes and marble veneers: the Pantheon’s lost original facing

Pincian Hill

14.199: V. Jolivet & H. Broise, Le cartographe et le topographe sur la colline du
Pincio: à propos du grand plan de Rome du Jubilé 2000

Porta Appia

3.163: C. B. Rose, The supposed Augustan arch at Pavia (Ticinum) and the Einsiedeln 326 Manuscript

3.169: L. Cozza, Sulla porta Appia

Porta Maggiore

19.221: C. L. Lyons, “Papa Grigorio a li scavi”: Giovanni Montiroli’s watercolors of Porta Maggiore

Porticus Aemilia

13.175: S. Tuck, A new identification for the 'Porticus Aemilia'

Roman Forum

14.239: L. Costantini & J. Giorgi, Charred plant remains of the Archaic period from the Forum and Palatine

15.45: E. Papi, La turba inpia: artigiani e commercianti del Foro Romano e dintorni
(I sec. a.C. 64 d.C.)

25.319: J. Weisweiler, From equality to asymmetry: honorific statues, imperial power, and senatorial identity in late-antique Rome

29.293: A. J. Ammerman, On Giacomo Gono, the origins of the Forum, and where we stand today

29.389: F. J. Vervaet & C. J. Dart, Last of the naval triumphs: revisiting some key Actian honours

Ruvo di Puglia:

26.103: C. Silvio Fioriello & A. Mangiatordi, Urban and rural Roman landscapes of central Apulia

Sepolcreto:
29.293: A. J. Ammerman, On Giacomo Gono, the origins of the Forum, and where we stand today

Tabularium

18.6: P. L. Tucci, ‘Where high Moneta leads her steps sublime’: the ‘Tabularium’ and the Temple of Juno Moneta

Temple of Divine Trajan

7.163: J. E. Packer, Trajan's Forum again: the Column and the Temple of Trajan in the master plan attributed to Apollodorus (?)

16.109: J. Packer, TEMPLUM DIVI TRAIANI PARTHICI ET PLOTINAE: a debate with R. Meneghini

Temple of Juno Moneta

18.6: P. L. Tucci, ‘Where high Moneta leads her steps sublime’: the ‘Tabularium’ and the Temple of Juno Moneta

Temple of Mars

23.35: S. G. Bernard, Pentelic marble in architecture at Rome and the Republican marble trade

Temple of Neptune

23.35: S. G. Bernard, Pentelic marble in architecture at Rome and the Republican marble trade

Tiber Bank

14.167: J. C. Fant, Rome's marble yards

Theater of Pompey

22.29: A. Monterroso Checa, Magni nominis umbra (Lucan, BCiv 1.135): entre onomástica y topografía en torno al theatrum Pompei

Trajan’s Column

6.5: A. Claridge, Hadrian's Column of Trajan

6.23: M. Wilson Jones, One hundred feet and a spiral stair: the problem of designing Trajan's Column

21.264: M. Volken, The water bag of Roman soldiers

Velabrum

11.213: A. J. Ammerman, Environmental archaeology in the Velabrum, Rome: interim report

21.7: A. J. Ammerman, I. Iliopoulos, F. Bondioli, D. Filippi, J. Hilditch, A. Manfredini, L. Pennisi & N. A.Winter, The clay beds in the Velabrum and the earliest tiles in Rome

Via Appia (near Rome)

29.327: R. Dubbini, A new Republican temple on the via Appia, at the borders of Rome's urban space


Sardinia

2.70: C. Vismara, Gli studi degli ultimi anni sulla Sardegna romana (1977-1987)

19.7: P. van Dommelen, Punic farms and Carthaginian colonists: surveying Punic rural settlement in the central Mediterranean

Satricum

12.430: M. Gnade, A note on the review of Satricum.

Sicily

19.7: P. van Dommelen, Punic farms and Carthaginian colonists: surveying Punic rural settlement in the central Mediterranean

24.423: K. Bowes, M. Ghisleni, G. F. La Torre and E. Vaccaro, Preliminary report on Sofiana/mansio Philosophiana in the hinterland of Piazza Armerina

Suasa

20.177: P. L. Dall’Aglio, S. De Maria & M. Podini, Territory, city and private life at Suasa

Syracuse

26.7: A. H. Kontokosta, Reconsidering the arches (fornices) of the Roman Republic
 
Terracina

1.73: N. Christie and A. Rushworth, Urban fortification and defensive strategy in fifth and sixth century Italy: the case of Terracina

Terralba District (Sardinia)

25.49: A. Roppa & P. van Dommelen, Rural settlement and land-use in Punic and Roman Republican Sardinia 

Tivoli

13.21: S. Dillon, Subject selection and viewer reception of Greek portraits from
Herculaneum and Tivoli

16.137: G. C. M. Jansen, Social distinctions and issues of privacy in the toilets of
Hadrian’s Villa

Torre Astura

22.215: A. Marzano & G. Brizzi, Costly display or economic investment? A quantitative approach to the study of marine aquaculture

Velletri

22.6: N. A. Winter, I. Iliopoulos & A. J. Ammerman, New light on the production of decorated roofs of the 6th c. B.C. at sites in and around Rome

Volterra

12.122: M. Pasquinucci & S. Menchelli, The landscape and economy of the territories of Pisae and Volaterrae (coastal North Etruria).

JORDAN-GENERAL

27.487: N. Benovitz, The Justinianic plague: evidence from the dated Greek epitaphs of Byzantine Palestine and Arabia

JORDAN

Abila

10.307: R. W. Smith & W. H. Mare, A Roman tomb at Abila of the Decapolis

‘Aqaba

12.372: S. T. Parker, Brief notice on a possible early 4th-c. church at 'Aqaba, Jordan.

Gerasa

23.285: P. Dilley, Christian icon practice in apocryphal literature: consecration and the conversion of synagogues into churches

Humeima

12.423: R. M. Foote, Frescoes and carved ivory from the Abbasid family homestead at Humeima.

Petra

9.177: L. Koenen, The carbonized archive from Petra

22.381: T. Gagos, New inscriptional evidence and Petra’s rôle in the province of Arabia

27.374: L. Tholbecq, S. Delcros & N. Paridaens, The "high place" of Jabal Khubthah: new insights on a Nabataean-Roman suburb of Petra

Udruh

21.150: D. Kennedy & H. Falahat, Castra Legionis VI Ferratae: a building inscription for the legionary fortress at Udruh near Petra

23.349: C. Davenport, The building inscription from the fort at Udruh and Aelius Flavianus, tetrarchic praeses of Palaestina


LEBANON

Baalbek (Heliopolis)

22.365: A Kropp, The cults of Ituraean Heliopolis (Baalbeck)

Beirut

10.291: K. Butcher & R. Thorpe. A note on excavations in central Beirut 1994-96 (with colour plate after p.160)

24.389: A. J. M. Kropp, Anatomy of a Phoenician goddess: the Tyche of Berytus and her acolytes

Ituraea

22.365: A Kropp, The cults of Ituraean Heliopolis (Baalbeck)

Tyre

15.325: J.-P. Rey-Coquais, Inscriptions de l'hippodrome de Tyr

LIBYA-GENERAL

1.33: D. J. Mattingly, Oil for export? A comparison of Libyan, Spanish and Tunisian olive oil production in the Roman empire

26.307: V. Leitch, Reconstructing history through pottery: the contribution of Roman N African cookwares

LIBYA

Lepcis Magna

3.133: A. Di Vita, Il teatro di Leptis Magna: una rilettura

18.213: P. Braconi, Il “Calcidico” di Lepcis Magna era un mercato di schiavi?

29.443: G. Montali, Scritti africani di Antonino Di Vita

Sabratha

29.443: G. Montali, Scritti africani di Antonino Di Vita  


MACEDONIA

Stobi

23.285: P. Dilley, Christian icon practice in apocryphal literature: consecration and the conversion of synagogues into churches

MOROCCO-GENERAL

12.101: K. E. Meyer, Axial peristyle houses in the western empire.


NETHERLANDS-GENERAL

10.166: M. Buora, Nuovi studi sulle fibule romane (1986-1995)

12.247: J. K. Haalebos & W. J. H. Willems, Recent research on the limes in the Netherlands.

19.121: T. Derks & N. Roymans, Returning auxiliary veterans: some methodological considerations

22.231: M. Groot, S. Heeren, L. I. Kooistra & W. V. Vos, Surplus production for the market? The agrarian economy in the non-villa landscapes of Germania Inferior

23.161: W. Van Neer, A. Ervynck & P. Monsieur, Fish bones and amphorae: evidence for the production and consumption of salted fish products outside the Mediterranean region

24.215: R. Hesse, Reconsidering animal husbandry and diet in the northwest provinces

27.429:M. K. Dtting & S. Hoss, Lead net-sinkers as an indicator of fishing activities

29.411: M. Roxburgh, S. Heeren, H. Huisman & B. Van Os, Early Roman copper-alloy brooch production: a compositional analysis of 400 brooches from Germania Inferior

NETHERLANDS

Tiel-Passewaaij

22.231: M. Groot, S. Heeren, L. I. Kooistra & W. V. Vos, Surplus production for the market? The agrarian economy in the non-villa landscapes of Germania Inferior

27.443: S. Heeren, Brooches and burials: variability in expressions of identity in cemeteries of the Batavian civitas

Nijmegen (Ulpa Noviomagus)

27.443: S. Heeren, Brooches and burials: variability in expressions of identity in cemeteries of the Batavian civitas

Wijk Bij Duurstede-De Horden

22.231: M. Groot, S. Heeren, L. I. Kooistra & W. V. Vos, Surplus production for the market? The agrarian economy in the non-villa landscapes of Germania Inferior

PALESTINE/WEST BANK

Khirbet Khiraf

4.170: Y. Hirschfeld, Khirbet Khiraf: a 2nd-c. fort in the Jordan Valley

Khirbet Qumran

17.321: M. Broshi & H. Eshel, Three seasons of excavations at Khirbet Qumran

PORTUGAL

Ammaia

25.121:  C. Corsi, P. S. Johnson & F. Vermeulen, A geomagnetic survey of Ammaia: a contribution to understanding Roman urbanism in Lusitania

Torre de Palma

9.275: S. J. Maloney and J. R. Hale, The villa of Torre de Palma (Alto Alentejo)

ROMANIA-GENERAL

10.166: M. Buora, Nuovi studi sulle fibule romane (1986-1995)


ROMANIA

Dobrogea

25.297:  W. S. Hanson & I. A. Oltean, The ‘Valu lui Traian’: a Roman frontier rehabilitated

Tihau-Cetate

19.278: J. Bennett, The cohors equitata fort at Tihau-Cetate, Romania: the results of geophysical survey and other research

Transylvania

20.113: I. A. Oltean & W. S. Hanson, Villa settlements in Roman Transylvania


SAUDI ARABIA

Leuke Kome

23.335: D. Nappo, On the location of Leuke Kome

SCOTLAND-GENERAL

14.289: F. Hunter, Roman and native in Scotland: new approaches

SERBIA

Gamzigrad

15.275: D. N. Christodoulou, Galerius, Gamzigrad, and the Fifth Macedonian legion

SLOVENIA

19.329: I. Lazar, Glass finds in Slovenia and neighbouring areas


SPAIN-GENERAL

1.33: D. J. Mattingly, Oil for export? A comparison of Libyan, Spanish and Tunisian olive oil production in the Roman empire

12.101: K. E. Meyer, Axial peristyle houses in the western empire.

16.260: T. Lewit, ‘Vanishing villas’: what happened to élite rural habitation in the West in the 5th-6th c.?

17.251: C. Witschel, Re-evaluating the Roman West in the 3rd c. A.D.

18.405: K. Bowes & A. Gutteridge, Rethinking the later Roman landscape

19.370: T. Lewit, Footprints in the later Roman countryside: a response

19.7: P. van Dommelen, Punic farms and Carthaginian colonists: surveying Punic rural settlement in the central Mediterranean

20.202: S. Klein, C. Rico, Y. Lahaye, H.-M. von Kaenel, C. Domergue & G. P. Brey, Copper ingots from the western Mediterranean sea: chemical characterisation and provenance studies through lead- and copper isotope analyses

25.351: B. Munro, Recycling, demand for materials, and landownership at villas in Italy and the western provinces in late antiquity

26.405: M. Cisneros, E. Ortiz & J. Á. Paz, Stone emulated in glass: an alabastrum and a glass similis, both from Hispania

26.169: B. Russell, Roman and late-antique shipwrecks with stone cargoes: a new inventory

29.165: C. Rice, Shipwreck cargoes in the western Mediterranean and the organization of Roman maritime trade

SPAIN

Ampurias

8.271: various authors, Recent work on villas around Ampurias, Girona, Iluro, and Barcelona (NE Spain)

Astigi

16.287: A. Romo Salas, Recent excavations and sculptural finds in the colony of
Astigi

Astorga:

26.405: M. Cisneros, E. Ortiz & J. Á. Paz, Stone emulated in glass: an alabastrum and a glass similis, both from Hispania
 
Azura

5.148: J. I. Royo Guillén, La villa tardorromana de "La Malena" en Azuara y sus mosaicos

5.162: D. Fernández-Galiano Ruiz, Cadmo y Harmonía: imagen, mito y arqueología

Baecula

29.73: J. P. Bellón, C. Rueda, M. Á. Lechuga & M. I. Morena, An archaeological analysis of a battlefield of the Second Punic War: the camps of the battle of Baecula

Barcelona

8.271: various authors, Recent work on villas around Ampurias, Girona, Iluro, and Barcelona (NE Spain) 

Burriac


28.7: A. G. Sinner, Cultural contacts and identity construction: a colonial context in NE Spain (2nd - early 1st c. B.C.

Cartagena (Carthago Nova)

15.63: J. M. Noguera Celdrán, Un edificio del centro monumental de Carthago Nova:
Análisis arquitectónico-decorativo e hipótesis

21.255: B. Díaz Ariño, Un quaestor pro praetore republicano en Carthago Nova

22.123: P. R. Trincherini, C. Domergue, I. Manteca, A. Nesta & P. Quarati, The identification of lead ingots from the Roman mines of Cartagena: the rôle of lead isotope analysis

26.136: J. A. Antolinos Marín, B. Díaz Ariño & M. C. Guillén Riquelme, Minería romana en Carthago Nova: el Coto Fortuna (Murcia) y los precintos de plomo de la Societas Argentifodinarum Ilucronensium

Castellet de Banyoles (Tivissa)

27.60: J. Noguera, D. Asensio, E. Ble & R. Jornet, The beginnings of Rome's conquest of Hispania: aechaeological evidence for the assault on and destruction of the Iberian town Castellet de Banyoles


Castra Aelia

11.245: F. Pina Polo & J. Pérez Casas, El oppidum Castra Aelia y las campañas de Sertorius en los años 77-76 a.C.

Castulo

29.73: J. P. Bellón, C. Rueda, M. Á. Lechuga & M. I. Morena, An archaeological analysis of a battlefield of the Second Punic War: the camps of the battle of Baecula

Contributa Iulia Ugultania (Medina de las Torres)

27.109: P. Mateos Cruz, A. Pizzo & V. Mayoral Herrera Integrating survey data for studying the townscape of Contributa Iulia Ugultania (Medina de las Torres)

Coto Fortuna:

26.136: J. A. Antolinos Marín, B. Díaz Ariño & M. C. Guillén Riquelme, Minería romana en Carthago Nova: el Coto Fortuna (Murcia) y los precintos de plomo de la Societas Argentifodinarum Ilucronensium

El Ruedo

8.121: D. Vaquerizo Gil and J. R. Carillo, The Roman villa of El Ruedo (Almedinilla, Cordoba) (with colour plates)

El Val (Alcalá de Henares)

8.313: S. Rascón, Villa romana de El Val (Alcalá de Henares, Madrid)

Girona

8.271: various authors, Recent work on villas around Ampurias, Girona, Iluro, and Barcelona (NE Spain)

27.239: L. Colominas, P. Castanyer & J. Tremoleda, Everyday cooking and eating: an interdisciplinary study of the remains recovered from a pantry at the Vilauba villa near Girona

Guadiaro

29.105: M. Bustamante & I. Navarro, Un cargamento de sigillatas en el entorno del Estrecho de Gibraltar: el pecio del Guadiaro

Ilduro (Cabrera de Mar)

28.7: A. G. Sinner, Cultural contacts and identity construction: a colonial context in NE Spain (2nd - early 1st c. B.C.)

Iluro

8.271: various authors. Recent work on villas around Ampurias, Girona, Iluro, and Barcelona (NE Spain)

La Jonquera

8.5: G. Castellvi, J. M. Nolla and I. Rodà, La identificación de los trofeos de Pompeyo en el Pirineo

La Quintilla (Lorca)

8.315: S. F. Ramallo Asensio, La villa de La Quintilla (Lorca, Murcia)

León

16.275: A. Morillo & V. García-Marcos, Legio VII Gemina and its Flavian fortress at
León

Lugo

19.266: J. Alvar, R. Gordon, & C. Rodríguez, The mithraeum at Lugo (Lucus Augusti) and its connection with Legio VII Gemina

Mallorca

4.152: O. Williams-Thorpe and R. S. Thorpe, The import of millstones to Roman Mallorca

Nertobriga Concordia Iulia

27.82: L. Berrocal-Rangel, J. L. De La Barrera y R. Caso, El santuario republicano de Nertobriga Concordia Iulia: una aportación al conocimento de lose rituales de fundación

Noheda near Cuenca:

26.333: M. Á. Valero Tévar, The late-antique villa at Noheda (Villar de Domingo García) near Cuenca and its mosaics

Saguntum

5.56: C. Aranegui Gasco´, Evolución del área cívica saguntina

Salamanca

28.283: E. Ariño, S. Dahí, E. Garcia-Garcia, J. Liz, J. Rodriguez, R. Sala, M. Reyes de Soto & R. Tamba, Intensive survey in the territory of Salamanca: aerial photography, geophysical prospecting and archaeological sampling

Strait of Gibraltar

29.105: M. Bustamante & I. Navarro, Un cargamento de sigillatas en el entorno del Estrecho de Gibraltar: el pecio del Guadiaro

Tarraco

11.233: J. Principal-Ponce, Tarraco, las cerámicas del Grupo Hercúleo y el comercio romano-itálico anterior a la II Guerra Púnica

Torre Aguila (Barbaño-Montijo)

8.308: F. G. Rodríguez Martín, La villa de Torre Águila (Barbaño-Montijo, Badajoz)

Valencia

8.19: A. Ribera i Lacomba with M. Calvo Galvez, La primera evidencia arqueológica de la destrucción de Valentia por Pompeyo

11.318: A. Ribera i Lacomba, The discovery of a monumental circus at Valentia (Hispania Tarraconensis)

Zaragoza:

26.405: M. Cisneros, E. Ortiz & J. Á. Paz, Stone emulated in glass: an alabastrum and a glass similis, both from Hispania

SWITZERLAND-GENERAL

10.166: M. Buora, Nuovi studi sulle fibule romane (1986-1995)

23.161: W. Van Neer, A. Ervynck & P. Monsieur, Fish bones and amphorae: evidence for the production and consumption of salted fish products outside the Mediterranean region


SWITZERLAND

Alps

22.170: M. Segard, Pastoralism, rural economy, and the evolution of landscape in the western Alps

Avenches (Aventicum)

24.7: A. de Pury-Gysel, Aventicum (Avenches), capital of the Helvetii: a history of research, 1985-2010. Part I. Early Roman Aventicum and its origins

25.259: A. de Pury-Gysel, Aventicum (Avenches), capital of the Helvetii: a history of research, 1985-2010. Part II. Urban development after A.D. 100, crafts, and finds

29.477: A. de Pury-Gysel, E. H. Lehmann, & A. Giumlia-Mair, The manufacturing process of the gold bust of Marcus Aurelius: evidence from neutron imaging

Grand St Bernard Pass/ Summus Poeninus

11.265: P. Hunt, Summus Poeninus on the Grand St Bernard Pass

Kaiseraugst

12.333: A. Kaufmann-Heinimann, Eighteen new pieces from the late Roman silver treasure of Kaiseraugst: first notice.

SYRIA-GENERAL

12.392: M. Konrad, Research on the Roman and early Byzantine frontier in North Syria.

17.282: G. Fowden, Late-antique art in Syria and its Umayyad evolutions

29.193: A. J. M. Kropp, The Aphrodite of Emesa: miniature marble sculpture and religious life in Roman Syria

SYRIA

Dura-Europos

25.146:  J. A. Baird, Re-excavating the houses of Dura-Europos

25.171: K. B. Stern, Tagging sacred space in the Dura-Europos synagogue

Farj Golan Heights

23.285: P. Dilley, Christian icon practice in apocryphal literature: consecration and the conversion of synagogues into churches

Hawarte

20.337: M. Gawlikowski, The mithraeum at Hawarte and its paintings

Homs (Emesa)

29.193: A. J. M. Kropp, The Aphrodite of Emesa: miniature marble sculpture and religious life in Roman Syria

TUNISIA-GENERAL

1.33: D. J. Mattingly Oil for export? A comparison of Libyan, Spanish and Tunisian olive oil production in the Roman empire

3.59: D. P. S. Peacock, F. Bejaoui and N. Ben Lazreg, Roman pottery production in central Tunisia

11.299: J. Bussière, Lampes-pièges

11.355: M. Mackensen, New evidence for Central Tunisian red slip ware with stamped decoration (ARS, style D)

15.121: M. Mackensen & G. Schneider, Production centres of African Red Slip ware (3rd-7th c.) in northern and central Tunisia: archaeological provenance and reference groups based on chemical analysis

19.7: P. van Dommelen, Punic farms and Carthaginian colonists: surveying Punic rural settlement in the central Mediterranean

19.163: M. Mackensen & G. Schneider, Production centres of African Red Slip ware (2nd-3rd c.) in northern and central Tunisia: archaeological provenance and reference groups based on chemical analysis

24.313: T. Lewit, Dynamics of fineware production and trade: the puzzle of supra-regional exporters

26.307: V. Leitch, Reconstructing history through pottery: the contribution of Roman N African cookwares

TUNISIA

Carthage

6.238: N. J. Norman and A. E. Haeckl, The Yasmina necropolis at Carthage, 1992

6.251: M. B. Garrison, P. Foss and C. M. Wells, A newly-discovered cryptoporticus and bath at Carthage

8.155: J. Freed, The late series of Tunisian cylindrical amphoras at Carthage

8.245: J. Lund, A synagogue at Carthage? Menorah-lamps from the Danish excavations

8.263: S. T. Stevens, A late-Roman urban population in a cemetery of Vandalic date at Carthage

11.337: F. Heintz, Circus curses and their archaeological contexts

11.371: S. Stevens, A. Kalinowski, & H. vanderLeest, The Early Christian pilgrimage complex at Bir Ftouha, Carthage: interim report

28.223: K. Harper, Pandemics and passages to late antiquity: rethinking the plague of c.249-270 described by Cyprian

28.325: M. McCormick, Tracking mass death during the fall of Rome's empire (I)

29.239: J. J. Rossiter, In ampitzeatru Carthaginis: the Carthage amphitheatre and its uses

29.259: B. D. Shaw, Lambs of god: an end of human sacrifice

29.473: K. Harper, Another eyewitness to the plague described by Cyprian, with notes on the "Persecution of Decius"

Henchir el-Hami (near Zama)

29.259: B. D. Shaw, Lambs of god: an end of human sacrifice

Jerba

14.249: E. Fentress, Villas, wine and kilns: the landscape of Jerba in the late
Hellenistic period

Leptiminus

11.304: D. L. Stone, L. M. Stirling & N. Ben Lazreg, Suburban land-use and ceramic production around Leptiminus: interim report

15.336: N. Ben Lazreg, Roman and Early Christian burial-complex at Leptiminus: first notice

19.347: N. Ben Lazreg, S. Stevens, L. Stirling, & J. Moore, Roman and Early Christian burial complex at Leptiminus (Lamta): second notice

Segermes

5.69: P. Ørsted with L. Ladjimi Sebaï, et al., Town and countryside in Roman Tunisia (Oued R'mel basin)

Sidi Marzouk Tounsi

11.355: M. Mackensen. New evidence for Central Tunisian red slip ware with stamped decoration (ARS, style D)

TURKEY-GENERAL


18.293: C. P. Jones, Ten dedications “To the gods and goddesses” and the Antonine
Plague

26.220: M. Horster, Coinage and images of the imperial family: local identity and Roman rule

TURKEY

Andriake

16.355: E. Ugurlu, Sarcophagi in the necropolis of Andriake, near Myra (Lycia)

Antioch on the Orontes

20.283: A. U. De Giorgi, The formation of a Roman landscape: the case of Antioch

Aphrodisias

11.117: K. Welch, Greek stadia and Roman spectacles: Asia, Athens, and the tomb of Herodes Atticus

11.175: J. A. Van Voorhis, Apprentices' pieces and the training of sculptors at Aphrodisias

13.5: J. M. Reynolds, New letters of Hadrian to Aphrodisias: trials, taxes, gladiators and an aqueduct

22.312: D. Attanasio, M. Bruno & A. B. Yavuz, Quarries in the region of Aphrodisias: the black and white marbles of Göktepe (Mugla)

28.302: E. Öğüş, A late-antique fountain at Aphrodisias and its implications for spoilation practices


 
Aspendos

11.117: K. Welch, Greek stadia and Roman spectacles: Asia, Athens, and the tomb of Herodes Atticus

13.104: P. Kessener, The aqueduct at Aspendos and its inverted siphon

14.411: Two sets of technical comments on P. Kessener, "The aqueduct at Aspendos," JRA 13, by D. R. Blackman and Y. Peleg

Cilicia

13.319: N. K. Rauh & K. W. Slane, Possible amphora kiln sites in W Rough Cilicia

Constantinople

7.274: G. Fowden. Constantine, Silvester and the Church of S. Polyeuctus in Constantinople

10.235: J. Crow & A. Ricci, Investigating the hinterland of Constantinople: interim report on the Anastasian Long Wall

11.384: Alan Cameron, Consular diptychs in their social context: new eastern evidence

12.216: J. Bardill, The Great Palace of the Byzantine emperors and the Walker Trust excavations.

27.7: W. Scheidel, The shape of the Roman world: modelling imperial connectivity

27.304: R. Ousterhout, the life and afterlife of Constantine's Column

28.325: M. McCormick, Tracking mass death during the fall of Rome's empire (I)

29.494: B. Anderson, Social clustering in 5th-c. Constantinople: the evidence of the Notitia

Didyma:

26.379: H. Bankel, Ancient construction drawings and new methods of documentation: 3D white light scanning and 3D modeling
 
Ephesos

9.261: S. Dillon, The portraits of a civic benefactor of 2nd-c. Ephesos

14.351: A. Kalinowski & H. Taeuber, A new Antonine inscription and a new imperial statue-group from the bouleuterion at Ephesos

23.376: U. Quatember, The “Temple of Hadrian” on Curetes Street in Ephesus: new research into its building history

27.255: J. Richard, Macellum / Μάκελλον: 'Roman' food markets in Asia Minor and the Levant

Hierapolis

20.138: T. Ritti, K. Grewe & P. Kessener, A relief of a water-powered stone saw mill
on a sarcophagus at Hierapolis and its implications

Galatia

20.299: A. L. Goldman, The Roman-period cemeteries at Gordion in Galatia

Göktepe

22.312: D. Attanasio, M. Bruno & A. B. Yavuz, Quarries in the region of Aphrodisias: the black and white marbles of Göktepe (Mugla)

Isauria

19.300: H. Elton, M. Jackson G. Mietke, J. Newhard, L. Özgenel, & E. Twigger, A new Late-Roman urban centre in Isauria

Laodicea ad Lycum

19.343: C. Simsek, A menorah with a cross carved on a column of Nymphaeum A at Laodicea ad Lycum

Lydia

17.177: R. Gordon, Raising a sceptre: confession-narratives from Lydia and Phrygia

Nephelis

12.355: I. Karamut & J. Russell, Nephelis: a recently discovered town of coastal Rough Cilicia. 

Nusaybin (Nisibis)

27.456: R. Palermo, Nisibis, capital of the province of Mesopotamia: some historical and archaeological perspectives

Pergamon

14.143: J. Poblome, O. Bounegru, P. Degryse, W. Viaene et al., The sigillata manufactories of Pergamon and Sagalassos 

15.173: A. Mastrocinque, The divinatory kit from Pergamon and Greek magic in late antiquity 

15.188: R. Gordon, Another view of the Pergamon divination kit

25.456: K. Jackson. ‘She who changes’ (Amibousa): a re-examination of the triangular table from Pergamon
 
Perge

11.117: K. Welch, Greek stadia and Roman spectacles: Asia, Athens, and the tomb of Herodes Atticus

27.255: J. Richard, Macellum / Μάκελλον: 'Roman' food markets in Asia Minor and the Levant

29.223: S. Wood, Hadrian, Hercules, and griffins: a group of cuirassed statues from Latium and Pamphylia

Phrygia

17.177: R. Gordon, Raising a sceptre: confession-narratives from Lydia and Phrygia

Sagalassos

14.143: J. Poblome, O. Bounegru, P. Degryse, W. Viaene et al., The sigillata manufactories of Pergamon and Sagalassos

27.255: J. Richard, Macellum / Μάκελλον: 'Roman' food markets in Asia Minor and the Levant

Sardis

16.153: F. Yegül with T. Couch, Building a Roman bath for the cameras

27.392: T. Oetelaar, L. A. Hughes, J. W. Humphrey, C. R. Johnston & D. H. Wood, A computational investigation of the thermal environment of the caldarium in a replica Roman bath

Side

27.255: J. Richard, Macellum / Μάκελλον: 'Roman' food markets in Asia Minor and the Levant

29.223: S. Wood, Hadrian, Hercules, and griffins: a group of cuirassed statues from Latium and Pamphylia

Vanota (Galatia)

2.101: J. J. Rossiter, Roman villas of the Greek east and the villa in Gregory of Nyssa Ep.20

Yassi Ada

9.189: P. G. van Alfen. New light on the 7th-c. Yassi Ada shipwreck: capacities and standard sizes of LRA1 amphoras

Zeugma

21.193: K. M. D. Dunbabin, with an appendix by W. Slater, Domestic Dionysos? Telete in mosaics from Zeugma and the Late Roman Near East

23.413: K. M. D. Dunbabin, The pantomime Theonoe on a mosaic from Zeugma

26.435: S. M. Langin-Hooper, S. R. Martin and M. Önal, Zeugma as the provenance of 12 mosaic fragments at Bowling Green State University






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