Articles Index by Topic


African Red Slip Ware
Agrarian Economy
Agriculture
Aion
Air Photography
Amphitheaters
Amphoras
Animal Bones
Antonine Plague
Apocryphal Literature
Apollodorus
Aqueducts and Reservoirs
Arabia (Roman Province)
Archaic Rome
Arches
Architects
Architectural Reconstruction
Architecture
Armour/Arms/Weapons
Army
Art-Historiography
Athletics
Augustales/Augusteum
Augustus (Sculpture)
Baptistry
Bars
Basilica
Basilius Consul
Baths
Battle Site
Bibliography
Birth Rites
Boethius Consul
Boneworking
Bono, Giacomo
Botany
Boudican Revolt
Box Tiles
Brickstamp
Bridges
British Museum
Bronze Sculpture
Brooches
Building Stone
Byzantine
Byzantine History
Calendar
Carbon-14 Dating
Catacombs
Catapult
Cemeteries
Centuriation
Chemical Analysis
Christians
Churches
Cicero
Circuses and Circus Games
Clamp-holes
Claudian
Coins
Colonies
Commerce
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Concrete
Constans
Constantine
Constantius
Consumer City/Consumerism

Correspondence Analysis
Costume
Crafts
Cubiculum
Cuirass
Curse Tablets
Demography
Dental Records
Di Vita, Antonino
Dies Lustricus
Die Studies
Diet
Dining
Diocletian’s Prices Edict
Dionysos
Diplomas
Diptych
Discobolus
Doctors
Drains/Sewers
Economy
Elite
Engineering
Epigraphy-Inscriptions
Etruscan
Excavation Archives
Experimental Archaeology
Face Masks
Farms
Feet and Footprints
Fibulae
Fishponds, Aquaculture, and Fishing
Fish Products
Food and Food Supply
Fora
Forts
Fountains
Frontiers
Fulling
Funerary Practices
Galba
Galen
Gandharan Art
Gardens and Nurseries
Gems
Geochemical Analysis
Geographic Information Systems
Geology
Geomagnetic Survey
Geophysics
Gladiators
Glass
Golasecca Culture
Gold
Governors
Graffiti
Greek Games
Hadrian
Hairstyles
Hannibalic War
Hercules
Hermogenes
Herms
Herod
Herodes Atticus
History
Houses
Human Sacrifice/Tophet
Hydraulic Engineering
Iberians
Icons
Identity
Immigration

Imperial Portraiture
Industry
Infants/Children
Infertility
Inheritance
Iron Age
Islamic Art
Isotope Analysis
Ivory
Jewelry
Josephus
Jewish Art/Judaism
Junian Latins
Justinian
Kilns
Laecanius Workshop
Lamps
Landownership
Landscape
Laudatio Turiae
Lead Ingots
Lead Slingshot
Legal Sources
Lex Agraria
Libraries
Limitanei
Literacy
Looting
Lucius Verus
Macellum
Magic
Mapping
Marble
Marble Plan of Rome
Marcus Aurelius
Marriage
Mass Graves
Medicine and Medical Instruments
Messalina
Metalwork
Mills, Milling, and Millstones
Mining
Mithraism
Models and Plans
Mosaics
Mummies
Mundus
Networks
Neutron Tomography
Objects of Worship
Oculists’ Stamps
Odeion
Olive Oil
Oppii
Oscilla
Palaces
Paleobotany/Plants
Pantomime


Papyri
Pausanias
Pentelic Marble
Peristyle
Petroglyphs
Petrography
Photography
Pigments
Plague
Polychromy
Pompey
Population Size
Portraits
Ports
Pottery
Prehistory of Rome
Prices and Wages
Private Life
Punic
Quaestors
Quarries and Stone Sources
Querns
Recycling
Red Sea
Relief Sculpture
Roads
Rock Crystal/Alabaster
Romanization
Roma Quadrata
Roofing, Rooftiles, and Tiles
Rural Economy/Pastoralism
Sanctuaries
Samnites
Sarcophagi
Satellite Imagery
Schoolroom
Scientific Elements
Scientific Techniques
Sculptors
Sculpture
Seal-Boxes
Seasonality
Senators
Sertorius
Settlements
Sevso Treasure
Ships and Shipwrecks
Shipsheds
Siege
Silver
Slavery
Sling
Spoons
Springs
Stadia
Statistics
Statues and Statuettes
Storage
Stucco
Sundial
Survey
Synagogue
Technology
Temples
Terracottas
Textiles
Theater/Actors
Three-Dimensional Scanning
Togidubnus
Toilets
Tombs
Tools
Totenmahl (Feast of the Dead)
Town/Country
Trade
Trades
Traffic
Travel
Triclinium
Triumph
Tsunamis
Tyche
Underwater Archaeology
Urbanism
Vaulting Tubes
Vespasian
Q. Lucretius Vespillo
Vicus
Villas
Visible Induced Luminescence Analysis
Vitruvius
Wall Paintings
Walls (City Walls)
Warehouse
Warfare
Water Supply
Wine
Women
Wood
World Systems Analysis
X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry
Zooarchaeology



AFRICAN RED SLIP WARE

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

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

15.121: M. Mackensen and 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

19.163: M. Mackensen and G. Schneider, Production centres of African Red Slip ware (2nd-3rd c.) in northern andcentral 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
 

AGRARIAN ECONOMY


10.57: B. D. Shaw. Agrarian economy and the marriage cycle of Roman women


AGRICULTURE

13.277: G. Kron, Roman ley-farming

20.362: C. Grey, Revisiting the ‘problem’ of agri deserti in the Late Roman Empire

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

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

28.393: M. Larsson &  D. Ingemark, Roman horticulture beyond the frontier: garden cultivation at Iron Age Uppåkra (Sweden)


AION



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

AIR PHOTOGRAPHY

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

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

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

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)

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


AMPHITHEATERS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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)

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

AMPHORAS

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

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

6.142: R. Tomber, Quantitative approaches to the investigation of long-distance exchange

8.41: T. Bezeczky, Amphorae and amphora stamps from the Laecanius workshop

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

28.403: M. L. Thomas, Oplontis B: a center for the distribution and export of Vesuvian wine

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


ANIMAL BONES

12.168: A. King, Diet in the Roman world: a regional inter-site comparison of the mammal bones

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

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


ANTONINE PLAGUE

see Plague

APOCRYPHAL LITERATURE


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


APOLLODORUS

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


AQUEDUCTS AND RESERVOIRS

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

9.5: R. J. A. Wilson, Tot aquarum tam multis necessariis molibus: Recent studies on aqueducts and water supply

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

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

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

12.314: A. Wilson, Deliveries extra urbem: aqueducts and the countryside.

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

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

15.349: P. Kessener, Response to the comments of D. R. Blackman and Y. Peleg

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

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


ARABIA (ROMAN PROVINCE)


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

ARCHAIC ROME

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

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

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


ARCHES

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

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

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

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

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

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

ARCHITECTS

10.77: L. Haselberger, Architectural likenesses: models and plans of architecture in classical antiquity

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


ARCHITECTURAL RECONSTRUCTION

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


ARCHITECTURE


1.11: J. DeLaine, Recent research on Roman baths

2.35: M. Wilson Jones, Designing the Roman Corinthian order

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

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

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

5.97: R. J. A. Wilson, Terracotta vaulting tubes (tubi fittili): on their origin and distribution

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

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

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

10.36: A. M. Riggsby, 'Public' and 'private' in Roman culture: the case of the cubiculum

10.77: L. Haselberger, Architectural likenesses: models and plans of architecture in classical antiquity

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

16.35: J. McKenzie, Glimpsing Alexandria from archaeological evidence

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

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

17.442: M. Reddé, Refléxions critiques sur les chapelles militaires (aedes principiorum)

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

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

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

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

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

19.29: J. P. Oleson, L. Bottalico, C. Brandon, R. Cucitore, E. Gotti and R. L. Hohlfelder, Reproducing a Roman maritime structure with Vitruvian pozzolanic concrete.

20.25: M. Jackson, F. Marra, D. Deocampo, A. Vella, C. Kosso and R. Hay, Geological observations of excavated sand (harenae fossiciae) used as fine aggregate in Roman pozzolanic mortars

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

27.304: R. Ousterhout, The life and afterlife of Constantine’s Column


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


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


28.371: L. Haselberger &  S. Holzman, Visualizing asperitas: Vitruvius (3.3.9) and the ‘asperity’ of Hermogenes’ pseudodipteral temple

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

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

ARMOUR/ARMS/WEAPONS

4.123: M. Kazanski, A propos des armes et des éléments d'harnachement "orientaux" en occident à l'époque des Grandes Migrations (IVe-Ve s.)

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

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

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

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

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

ARMY

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

17.442: M. Reddé, Refléxions critiques sur les chapelles militaires (aedes principiorum)

18.99: E. Bartman, The mock face of battle

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

22.146: T. Rihll, Lead ‘slingshot’ (glandes)

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

23.427: J. Ma, A note on lead projectiles (glandes, molybdides) in support of sling bullets: a reply to T. Rihll

28.125: E. M. Greene, Conubium cum uxoribus: wives and children in the Roman military diplomas

28.413: L. J. McIntyre, Reconstructing population size in a Romano-British colonia: the case of Eboracum

28.451: M. B. Reeves, A petroglyph of a religious ceremony at Humayma


28.461: R. Darby & E. Darby, The Late Roman fort at ‘Ayn Gharandal, Jordan: interim report on the 2009-2014 field seasons


28.471: R. Darby, Aufidius Priscus, the cohors Secunda Galatarum, and Diocletian’s re-organization of Arabia and Palaestina: the new tetrarchic inscription from ‘Ayn Gharandal



ART-HISTORIOGRAPHY

20.7: R. Brilliant, Forwards and backwards in the historiography of Roman art


ATHLETICS

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

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

AUGUSTALES / AUGUSTEUM:

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


AUGUSTUS (SCULPTURE)

9.30: R. R. R. Smith. Typology and diversity in the portraits of Augustus

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


BAPTISTRY

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

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


BARS

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

BASILICA

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

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

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

28.485: P. Liverani, Old St. Peter’s and the emperor Constans? A debate with G. W. Bowersock

BASILIUS CONSUL

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

BATHS

1.11: J. DeLaine, Recent research on Roman baths

3.85: K. M. D. Dunbabin, Ipsa deae vestigia: Footprints divine and human on Graeco-Roman monuments

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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)

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

28.461: R. Darby & E. Darby, The Late Roman fort at ‘Ayn Gharandal, Jordan: interim report on the 2009-2014 field seasons

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


BATTLE SITE

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

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

BIBLIOGRAPHIES


13.161: J. Bodel, Bibliography of the works of Herbert Bloch


BIRTH RITES

22.199: V. Dasen, Roman birth rites of passage revisited

BOETHIUS CONSUL

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


BONEWORKING

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

BONO, GIACOMO

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

BOTANY

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

28.393: M. Larsson &  D. Ingemark, Roman horticulture beyond the frontier: garden cultivation at Iron Age Uppåkra (Sweden)


BOUDICAN REVOLT


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

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


BRICKSTAMP

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


BRIDGES

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

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

BRITISH MUSEUM

8.225: B. F. Cook, Selected Roman and Italian acquisitions in the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum, 1980-1992

22.146: T. Rihll, Lead ‘slingshot’ (glandes)

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


BRONZE SCULPTURE

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

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

BROOCHES

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

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

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

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


BUILDING STONE

28.358: S. Zink, The Palatine sanctuary of Apollo: the site and its development, 6th to 1st c. B.C.


BYZANTINE

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

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


BYZANTINE HISTORY

9.214: P. J. Casey, Justinian, the limitanei, and Arab-Byzantine relations in the 6th c.

CALENDAR

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


CARBON-14 DATING

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


CATACOMBS

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

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

CATAPULT


23.427: J. Ma, A note on lead projectiles (glandes, molybdides) in support of sling bullets: a reply to T. Rihll

CEMETERIES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


CENTURIATION

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

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


CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

15.121: M. Mackensen and 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

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

CHRISTIANS

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

28.485: P. Liverani, Old St. Peter’s and the emperor Constans? A debate with G. W. Bowersock


CHURCHES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

CICERO


12.33: S. Treggiari, The upper-class house as symbol and focus of emotion in Cicero

CIRCUSES AND CIRCUS GAMES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

25.475: B. I. Sandor, The genesis and performance characteristics of Roman chariots

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


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

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

CLAMP-HOLES

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

CLAUDIAN

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


COINS

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

7.5: C. Howgego, Coin circulation and the integration of the Roman economy

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

15.261: T. V. Buttrey, The goddess Maia on denarii of Domitian

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

17.305: H. W. Horsnæs, Romanization at Paestum in the 3rd c. B.C.: a note on the chronology of the Paestano coins and the interpretation of the wall-paintings from the Spinazzo cemetery

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

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

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

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

26.289: R. Bland, What happened to gold coinage in the 3rd c. A.D.?

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

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

COLONIES

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

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

28.413: L. J. McIntyre, Reconstructing population size in a Romano-British colonia: the case of Eboracum


COMMERCE

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

27.255: J. Richard, Macellum / Μακελλον: ‘Roman’ food markets in Asia Minor and the Levant

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

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS

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

CONCRETE

19.29: J. P. Oleson, L. Bottalico, C. Brandon, R. Cucitore, E. Gotti, and R. L. Hohlfelder, Reproducing a Roman maritime structure with Vitruvian pozzolanic concrete.

20.25: M. Jackson, F. Marra, D. Deocampo, A. Vella, C. Kosso and R. Hay, Geological observations of excavated sand (harenae fossiciae) used as fine aggregate in Roman pozzolanic mortars 

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

CONSTANS


28.485: P. Liverani, Old St. Peter’s and the emperor Constans? A debate with G. W. Bowersock
 

CONSTANTINE

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

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

16.237: P. Weiss, The vision of Constantine

27.304: R. Ousterhout, The life and afterlife of Constantine’s Column

28.485: P. Liverani, Old St. Peter’s and the emperor Constans? A debate with G. W. Bowersock


CONSTANTIUS

9.295: Alan Cameron, Orfitus and Constantius: a note on Roman gold-glasses


CONSUMER CITY/CONSUMERISM

3.110: C. R. Whittaker, The consumer city revisited: the vicus and the city

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


CORRESPONDENCE ANALYSIS

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

COSTUME

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


CRAFTS


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


CUBICULUM

10.36: A. M. Riggsby, 'Public' and 'private' in Roman culture: the case of the cubiculum

CUIRASS

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


CURSE TABLETS

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

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


DEMOGRAPHY

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

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

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

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