Humphrey, John H. (Ed. )
Title JOURNAL OF ROMAN ARCHAEOLOGY Volume 16 (2003). Fascicule I: Articles, Archaeological Reports and Notes; Fascicule II: Discussions and Responses, Review Articles and Long Reviews, and Books Received.
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Publisher Journal Of Roman Archaeology 2003
9993121363 / 9789993121367
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Faint scratch to front wrap. Very minor shelfwear. ; 5 K. Welch, A new view of the origins of the Basilica: the Atrium Regium, Graecostasis, and Roman diplomacy. 35 J. McKenzie, Glimpsing Alexandria from archaeological evidence. 61 J. Baines, Appendix: Possible implications of the Egyptian name forAlexandria. 64 K. L. Zachos, The tropaeum of the sea-battle of Actium at Nikopolis: interim report. 93 S. Von Schnurbein, Augustus in Germania and his new ‘town’ at Waldgirmeseast of the Rhine (with colour plates after p. 112). 109 J. Packer, TEMPLUM DIVI TRAIANI PARTHICI ET PLOTINAE: a debate with R. Meneghini (with colour plates before p. 113) . 137 G. C. M. Jansen, Social distinctions and issues of privacy in the toilets of Hadrian’s Villa. 153 F. Yegül with T. Couch, Building a Roman bath for the cameras. 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. 201 D. Erkelenz, Ubique gentium quadriuges et seiuges currus: Gespannmonumente für Angehörige der hohen ordines im römischen Reich? 219 J. H. Williams, New light on Roman Kent (with colour plates after p. 256). 237 P. Weiss, The vision of Constantine (with colour plates before p. 257). 260 T. Lewit, ‘Vanishing villas’: what happened to élite rural habitation in the West in the 5th-6th c. ? Archaeological Reports and Notes. 275 A. Morillo & V. García-Marcos, Legio VII Gemina and its Flavian fortress at León. 287 A. Romo Salas, Recent excavations and sculptural finds in the colony of Astigi (with colour plates on pp. 297-98). 300 K. Aslanidis, The Roman odeion at Epidaurus. 312 R. Jackson, The Domus ‘del chirurgo’ at Rimini: an interim account of the medical assemblage. 322 L. J. Bliquez, Roman surgical spoon-probes and their ancient names. 331 D. Sherlock, The Roman combination knife and spoon. 336 E. Swift, Late-Roman bead necklaces and bracelets. 350 J. Spier, A lost consular diptych of Anicius Auchenius Bassus (A. D. 408) on the mould for an ARS plaque. 355 E. Ugurlu, Sarcophagi in the necropolis of Andriake, near Myra (Lycia). 367 A. Gutteridge & A. Hoti, The walled town of Dyrrachium (Durres) : new light on the early defences. 380 K. Bowes & A. Hoti et al. , An amphitheater and its afterlives: survey and excavation in the Durres amphitheatre. 395 Y. Hirschfeld, Social aspects of the late-antique village of Shivta. Fascicule: Debates and responses. 413 J. Greenberg, Plagued by doubt: reconsidering the impact of a mortality crisis in the 2nd c. A. D. 426 C. Bruun, The Antonine plague in Rome and Ostia. 435 A. Gardner, Debating the health of Roman archaeology. 442 A. Wilson, The archaeology of the Roman fullonica. 447 M. Flohr, Fullones and Roman society: a reconsideration. 451 Y. Porath, Herod’s Circus at Caesarea: a response to J. Patrich (JRA 14, 269-83) . 456 J. Patrich, More on the Hippodrome-Stadium of Caesarea Maritima: a response to the comments of Y. Porath; JRA Vol. 16 (2003). ; Vol. 16; 408 pages; Overseas shipping will be more.
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