Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Alpözen, T. O. Ozdas, A. H. & Beerkaya, B. (1995) Commercial Amphorae of the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology. Bodrum:
Melkawi, A., ‘Amr, K., & Whitcomb, D. S. (1994) "The excavation of two seventh century pottery kilns at Aqaba." In , Annals of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan., pp. 447-468
Paribeni, R. (1907) "Ricerche nel luogo dell’antica Adulis." In , Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei. Monumenti Antichi. Studi miscellanei., pp. 437-572
Tomber, R. S. (2004) "Amphorae from the Red Sea and their contribution to the interpretation of Late Roman trade beyond the Empire." 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: 393-402
Williams, D. F. (2000) "Petrology of imported amphorae." Archaeology at Aksum, Ethiopia, 1993-7. : 494-496