Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Late Roman Amphora 1




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Bonifay, M. & Piéri, D. (1995) "Amphores du Ve au VIIe s. à Marseille: nouvelles données sur la typologie et le contenu." In , Journal of Roman Archaeology., pp. 94-120
Demesticha, S. (2003) "Amphora production on Cyprus during the Late Roman period." VIIème congrès international sur la céramique médiévale en Méditerranée. Thessaloniki, 11-16th October 1999. : 469-476
Demesticha, S. & Michaelides, D (2001) "The excavation of a Late Roman 1 amphora kiln in Paphos." La céramique Byzantine et proto-islamique en Syrie-Jordanie (IVe-VIIIe siècles apr. H.-C.). Actes du colloque tenu à Amman, Institut Français d’Archéologie du Proche-Orient, Bibliothèque Archéologique et Historique. 159: 289-296
Egloff, M. (1977) Kellia III. La poterie copte: quatre siècles d'artisanat et d'échanges en Basse-Egypte. Geneva:
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Opaiţ, A. (1996) Aspecte ale vietii economice din provincia Scythia (secolele IV-VI p. Ch.). Producţia ceramicii locale şi de import. Bucharest: , Bibliotheca Thracologica.
Peacock, D. P. S. & Williams, D. F. (1986) Amphorae and the Roman Economy. London: Longman
Piéri, D. (2005) Le commerce du vin oriental à l’époque Byzantine. Beirut: , Bibliothèque d’Archéologie et d’Histoire. Institut Français du Proche Orient.
Reynolds, P. (1995) Trade in the western Mediterranean, AD 400-700: the Ceramic evidence. Oxford: Archaeopress , British Archaeological Reports International Series.
Reynolds, P. (2005b) Hispania in the late Roman Mediterranean: ceramics and trade. Leiden: , Hispania in Late Antiquity: Twenty-first century approaches.
Williams, D. F. (1987) "Roman amphorae from Kourion, Cyprus." Report of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus. 32: 235-238