Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Bonifay, M. (2004) Études sur la céramique romaine tardive d’Afrique. Oxford: Archaeopress , British Archaeological Reports. International Series.
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Freed, J. (1995) "The late series of Tunisian cylindrical amphoras at Carthage." In , Journal of Roman Archaeology., pp. 155-191
Ghalia, T., Bonifay, M. & Capelli, C. (2005) "L'atelier de Sidi-Zahruni : mise en evidence d'une production d'amphores de l'Antiquité tardive sur le territoire de la cité de Neapolis (Nabeul, Tunisie)." LRCW I. Late Roman Coarse Wares, Cooking Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean: Archaeology and Archaeometry. British Archaeological Reports International Series. 1340: 495-516
Joncheray, J-P. (1997) "Deux épaves du bas-empire romain, Deuxième partie : l'épave Héliopolis 1." In , Cahiers d'archéologie subaquatique., pp. 137-164
Keay, S. J. (1984) Late Roman amphorae in the Western Mediterranean. A typology and economic study: the Catalan evidence. Oxford: , British Archaeological Reports International Series.
Lequément, R. (1976) "Une épave du bas-empire dans la baie de Pampelonne (presqu'île de Saint Tropez)." In , Revue archéologique de Narbonnaise., pp. 177-188
Manacorda, D. (1977b) "Anfore." Ostia IV: Le terme del nuotatore:scavo dell’ambiente XV e dell’area XXV. Studi Miscellani. 23: 117-254
Panella, C. (1982) "Le anfore africane della prima, media e tarda età imperiale, tipologia e problemi." Actes du colloque sur la céramique antique (Carthage, 23-24 juin 1980). CEDAC. Dossier. 1: 171-186
Peacock, D. P. S., Bejaoui, F. & Ben Lazreg, N. (1989) "Roman amphora production in the Sahel region of Tunisia." 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: 179-222
Remolà i Vallverdu. J. A. (2000) Las ánforas tardo-antiguas en Tarraco (Hispania Tarraconensis). Barcelona: , Col.lecio Instrumenta.