Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Cordeiro Raposo, J.M. (1990) "Porto dos Cacos: uma oficina de produção de ânforas romanas no Vale do Tejo." As ánforas Lusitanas: Tipologia, produção, comércio. Actas das jornadas de estudo realizadas em Conimbriga em 13 et 14 de Outobro 1988. : 117-151
Reynolds, P. (2003a) "Amphorae in Roman Lebanon: 50 BC to AD 250." Archaeology and History in Lebanon (formerly National Museum News). 17: 120-130
Reynolds, P. (2005a) "Levantine amphorae from Cilicia to Gaza: a Typology and Analysis of Regional Production Trends from the 1st to 7th Centuries,." LRCW I. Late Roman Coarse Wares, Cooking Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean: Archaeology and Archaeometry. British Archaeological Reports International Series. 1340: 563-612
Waksman, S. Y., Roumié, M., Nsouli, B., Lemaître, S. & Reynolds, P. (2005) "Une production d’amphores “carottes” à Beyrouth à l’époque romaine?." In , La Revue d'Archéométrie., pp. 95-102