Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Empereur, J-Y. & Hesnard, A. (1987) "Les amphores hellénistiques du monde egéen." Céramiques hellénistiques et romaines. 2: 9-71
García Vargas, E. (1998) La producción de ánforas en la Bahía de Cádiz en época romana (siglos II a.C. – IV d.C.). Ėcija:
García Vargas, E. (2000b) "La producción de ánforas romanas en el sur de Hispania. Republica y alto Imperio." Congreso Internacional. Ex Baetica amphorae. Conservas, aceite y vino de la Bética en el imperio romano. Actas. 1: 57-174
Garnsey, P., Hopkins, K. & Whittaker, C. R. (edd.) (1983) Trade in the Ancient Economy. London:
Lamboglia, N. (1955) "Sulla cronologia delle anfore romane de età republicana." In , Rivista di studi Liguri., pp. 252-260
Lund, J. (2000b) "Transport Amphorae as Evidence of Exportation of Italian Wine and Oil to the Eastern Mediterranean in the Hellenistic Period." Between Orient and Occident: Studies in Honour of P.J. Riis. : 77-99
Manacorda, D. (1986) "A proposito della anfore cosidette greco-italiche, una breve nota." In J.-Y. Empereur and Y. Garlan (edd.), Recherches sur les amphores grecques. Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique., pp. 581-582
Manacorda, D. (1989) "Le anfore dell’Italia repubblicana: aspetto economico e sociale." Amphores romaines et histoire économique: dix ans de recherche. Actes du colloque de Sienne (22-24 mai 1986). Collection de l’École Française de Rome. 114: 443-467
Molina Vidal, J. (1997) La dinámica comercial romana entre Italia e Hispania Citerior. Alicante:
Peacock, D. P. S. & Williams, D. F. (1986) Amphorae and the Roman Economy. London: Longman
Riley, J. A. (1979) "The coarse pottery from Berenice." Excavations at Sidi Khrebish Benghazi (Berenice). Vol. II. Supplement to Libya Antiqua. 5: 91-467
Sciallano, M. & Sibella, P. (1991) Amphores: Comment les identifier ?. Aix-en-Provence:
Tchernia, A. (1983) "Italian wine in Gaul at the end of the Republic." Trade in the Ancient Economy. : 87-104
Tchernia, A. (1986) Le vin de l'Italie romaine. Rome: École Française de Rome
Toniolo, V. A. (2000) Le anfore di Adria (IV-II a. e.). Sottomarino:
Vandermersch, C. (1994) Vins et amphores de Grande Grèce et de Sicile, IVe-IIIe s. avant J. –C. Naples:
Will, E. L. (1982) "Greco-Italic amphoras." In , Hesperia., pp. 338-56