Journal Of Roman Archaeology, Volume 22 (2009)


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New light on the production of decorated roofs of the 6th c. B.C.  at sites in and around Rome
N. A. Winter et al.

Magni nominis umbra:  entre onomástica y topografía en torno al theatrum Pompei
A. Monterroso Checa
In search of Roman economic growth
W. Scheidel
Indicators for Roman economic growth:
a response to
Walter Scheidel
A. Wilson
The transport amphoras Lamboglia 2 and Dressel 6A: a central Dalmatian origin?
A. Lindhagen
Haec aurea templa: the Palatine temple of Apollo and its polychromy
S. Zink with H. Piening

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The identification of lead ingots from the Roman mines of Cartagena
P. R. Trincherini et al.
Lead ‘slingshot’ (glandes)
T. Rihll
Pastoralism, rural economy, and the evolution of landscape in the western Alps
M. Segard
The man in Turia’s life, with a consideration of inheritance issues in the 1st c. B.C.
H. Lindsay
Roman birth rites of passage revisited
V. Dasen

Costly display or economic investment? A quantitative approach to the study of marine aquaculture
A. Marzano & G. Brizzi
        
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Surplus production
for the market? The agrarian economy in the non-villa landscapes of Germania Inferior
M. Groot et al.
Totenmahl reliefs in the northern provinces
P. Stewart
A mosaic of Aion with the Seasons at Masseria Ciccotti (Lucania)
M. Gualtieri & S. Ferrari
The Tetrarchic fort at Nag al-Hagar in the province of Thebaïs
M. Mackensen
Quarries in the region of Aphrodisias: the black and white marbles of Göktepe (Mugla)
D. Attanasio et al.


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