Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Late Roman Amphora 6




The authors name links to a more detailed bibliographical record.

Bailey, D. M. (1982) "A late Roman building and wine press." British Museum Expedition to Middle Egypt. Ashmunein (1980). British Museum Occasional Paper. 37: 11-19
Hayes, J. W. (1976) "Pottery : Stratified Groups and Typology." Excavations at Carthage 1975 conducted by the University of Michigan. 1: 47-123
Piéri, D. (1998) "Les importations d’amphores orientales en Gaule méridionale durant l’antiquité tardive et le haut-moyen age (IVe-VII siècles après J.-C.). Typologie, chronologie et contenu." Société Française d’Étude de la Céramique Antique en Gaule. Actes du congrès d’Istres (1998). SFECAG. : 97-106
Piéri, D. (2005) Le commerce du vin oriental à l’époque Byzantine. Beirut: , Bibliothèque d’Archéologie et d’Histoire. Institut Français du Proche Orient.
Reynolds, P. (2003b) "Pottery and the economy in 8th century Beirut: An Umayyad pottery assemblage from the Roman Imperial baths (BEY 045)." VIIème Congrès internationale sur la Céramique Médiévale en Méditerranée Thessaloniki. : 725-734