Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Amphore de Pamphylie

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Empereur, J-Y. (1998) "Les amphores completes du Musée d’Alexandrie: importations et productions locales." In J.-Y Empereur (ed.), Commerce et artisanat dans l’Alexandrie héllenistique et romaine. Actes du Colloque d’Athènes 1988. Bulletin de correspondance Hellénique., pp. 393-399
Grace, V. R. (1973) "Imports from Pamphylia." In , Études Déliennes. Bulletin de correspondance Hellénique., pp. 183-208
Grace, V. R. & Savvatianou-Pétropoulakou, M. (1970) "Les timbres amphoriques grecs." L’îlot de la maison des comédiens, Délos 27. : 277-382
Laube, I. (2003) "Die Amphorenstempel." Die Akropolis von Perge Band 1. Survey und Sondagen 1994-1997. : 131-137
Rauh, N. K. (2004) "Pirated Knock-offs: Cilician Imitations of Internationally Traded Amphoras." Transport Amphorae and Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean. Acts of the International Colloquium at the Danish Institute at Athens, Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens. 5: 329-336
Rauh, N. K., Townsend, R. W., Hoff, M. & W&snider, L. (2000) "Pirates in the Bay of Pamphylia: an Archaeological Inquiry." The Sea in Antiquity, British Archaeological Reports. International Series. 899: 151-180
Slane, K. W. (1986) "Two Deposits from the Early Roman Cellar Building, Corinth." Hesperia. 55: 271-318