Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Bonifay, M. (2004) Études sur la céramique romaine tardive d’Afrique. Oxford: Archaeopress , British Archaeological Reports. International Series.
Hayes, J. W. (1983) "The villa Dionysos excavations, Knossos: the pottery." In , Annals of the British School at Athens., pp. 97-169
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.
Keay, S., Creighton, J. & Remesal Rodriguez, J. (2001) Celti (Peñaflor): la arqueologia de una ciudad Hispanorromana en la Baetica: Prospecciones y excavaciones 1987-1992. Arqueología Monografías 12. Seville:
Panella, C. (1973) "Appunti su un gruppo di anfore della prima, media e tarda età Imperiale." Ostia III: Le terme del Nuotatore: scavo dell'ambiente V et di un saggio dell'area. Studi miscellenei. 21: 460-633
Reynolds, P. (1997-1998) "Pottery production and economic exchange in second century Berytus: Some preliminary obeservations of ceramic trends from quantified ceramic deposits from the AUB-Leverhulme excavations in Beirut." In , Berytus., pp. 35-110
Tomber, R. & Dore, J. (1998) The National Roman Fabric Reference Collection. A handbook. Museum of London Archaeology Service (MOLAS) Monograph. London:
Zevi, F. & Tchernia, A. (1969) "Amphores de Byzacène au Bas-Empire." Antiquités Africaines. 3: 173-214