Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Cherubini, L. & Del Rio, A. (1997) "Officine ceramiche di età romana nell'Etruria settentrionale costiera. Impianti, produzione. Altrezzature." In , Rei Cretariae Fautorum Acta., pp. 133-141
Desio, A. (1973) Geologia dell'Italia. Turin:
Martin, A. (1999) "Amphorae." A Roman Villa and a Late Roman Infant Cemetery: excavation at Poggio Gramignano Lugnano in Teverina. : 329-362
Panella, C. (1989) "Le anfore italiche del II secolo D.C." 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: 139-178
Patterson, H., Bosquet, A., Fontana, S., Witcher, R. & Zampini, S. (2005) "Late Roman common wares and amphorae in the middle Tiber Valley, the preliminary results of the Tiber Valley Project." LRCW I. Late Roman Coarse Wares, Cooking Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean: Archaeology and Archaeometry. British Archaeological Reports International Series. 1340: 369-384
Rizzo, G. (2003) Instrumenta Urbis I. Ceramiche fini da mensa lucerne ed anfore a Roma nei primi due secoli dell’impero. Rome: