Journal Of Roman Archaeology, Volume 24 (2011)


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

A debate on the Horologium of Augustus:controversy and clarifications
L. Haselberger

The Augustus Code:
a response to
L. Haselberger
P. J. Heslin

The Horologium on the Campus Martius reconsidered
M. Schütz

The Horologium of Augustus as a sundial
R. Hannah

Infant death and burial in Roman Italy
M. Carroll

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The monumental centre of Herculaneum:
in search of the identities of the public buildings
A. Wallace-Hadrill
Evidence for Junian Latins in the tombs of Pompeii?
A. L. C. Emmerson
Placing paniskoi herms within
Augustan propaganda at Pompeii
S. Gavel
Reconsidering animal husbandry and diet in the northwest provinces
R. Hesse
Two studies on
Roman London
A: London's military origins
D. Perring
B: population decline and ritual landscapes in antonine london
D. Perring

 
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Depicting barbarism on fire: architectural destruction on the Columns of Trajan and Marcus Aurelius
E. Wolfram Thill
Dynamics of fineware production and trade: the puzzle of supra-regional exporters
T. Lewit
Villa Magna near Anagni:
the emperor, his winery and the wine of Signia
E. Fentress and M. Maiuro
Water features,
the atrium, and the coastal  setting of Oplontis Villa A.
M. L. Thomas and
J. R. Clarke
Architectural innovation in the land of the Iceni: a new complex near Venta Icenorum (Norfolk)
W. Bowden
Anatomy of a Phoenician goddess: the Tyche of Berytus and her acolytes
A. J. M. Kropp

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

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

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

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

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

     
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