Journal Of Roman Archaeology, Volume 8 (1995)


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

La primera evidencia arqueológica de la destrucción de Valentia por Pompeyo
A. Ribera i Lacomba
Amphorae and amphora stamps from the Laecanius workshop
T. Bezeczky

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

Une statio du quarantième des Gaules et les opérations commerciales dans le port de Marseille
J. France & A. Hesnard

Amphores du Ve au VIIe s. à Marseille
M. Bonifay & D. Piéri

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The Roman villa of El Ruedo (Almedinilla, Cordoba)
D. Vaquerizo Gil &
J. R. Carillo 
The late series of Tunisian cylindrical amphoras at Carthage
J. Freed

A Byzantine gold-mining town in the eastern desert of Egypt
C. Meyer
Selected Roman and Italian acquisitions in Greek and Roman Antiquities,  British Museum, 1980-1992
B. F. Cook
The monopteroi in the west precinct of Diocletian’s Palace at Split
J. Mannell

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A synagogue at Carthage? Menorah-lamps from the Danish excavations
J. Lund
A late-Roman urban population in a cemetery of Vandalic date at Carthage
S. T. Stevens
Recent work on villas around Ampurias, Girona, Iluro, and Barcelona
various authors
Villa romana de El Val (Alcalá de Henares, Madrid)
S. Rascón
La villa de La Quintilla (Lorca, Murcia)
S. F. Ramallo Asensio


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La villa romana de Torre Águila (Barbaño-Montijo, Badajoz)
F. G. Rodríguez Martín
The cemetery at Osteria dell’Osa (Gabii)
(review article)
D. Ridgway
The wreck off Mahdia and the art-market in the early 1st c. B.C. (review article)
B. S. Ridgway
Explaining the arena: did the Romans ‘need’ gladiators? (review article)
S. Brown
Visualizing Pliny’s villas (review article)
B. Bergmann



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The foundations of art history (review article on Sichtermann)
M. Koortbojian
Water-power in North Africa and the development of the horizontal water-wheel (review article)
A. Wilson
Late Roman Achaea: identity and defence (review article)
G. Fowden

     
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