Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Karagiorgou, O. (2000) "LRA2: a container from the military annona on the Danubian border?" Economy and exchange in the East Mediterranean during Late Antiquity. : 129-166
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:
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. J. (1987) "La importación de vino y aceite en la Tarraconense orientale en la antigüedad." El vi a l'antiguitat. Economia, producció i comerç al Mediterrani occidental. Actes I col.loqui d’arqueología romana. Monografíes Badalonines. 9: 383-396
Keay, S. J. (1998) "African amphorae." Ceramica in Italia: VI-VII secolo. Atti del convegno in onore di John W. Hayes. Roma, 11-13 maggio 1995. : 141-155
Keay, S. J. & Carreras Monfort, C. (1996) "Amphorae." Excavations at Stonea, Cambridgeshire 1980-85. : 435-440
Keay, S. J. & Jones, L. (1982) "Differentiation of early Imperial amphora production in Hispania Tarraconensis." Current research in ceramics: thin section studies. British Museum Occasional Paper. 32: 45-61
Keay, S., Millett, M., Paroli, L. & Strutt, K. (2005) Portus. An Archaeological Survey of the Port of Imperial Rome. Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome. London and Rome:
Kelemen, M. H. (1990) "Roman amphorae in Pannonia III." In , Acta archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae., pp. 147-193
Kelemen, M. H. (1992) "Amphora." Balácai Közlemények. 2: 20-28
Kenyon, K. M. (1965) Excavations at Jericho. London:
King, A. & Henig, M. (edd.) (1981) The Roman west in the third century. Oxford: , British Archaeological Reports International Series.
Kingsley, S (2000) "The economic impact of the Palestinian wine trade in Late Antiquity." Economy and exchange in the East Mediterranean during Late Antiquity. : 44-68
Kogan-Zehavi, E. (1999) "Report on Gazan amphorae at Ashkelon." In , Atiqot., pp. 113-126
Kravchenko, M. & Korpusova, V. H. (1975) "Deijaki risi materialnei kulturi piznorimskoi Tiri." In , Archeologija., pp. 30-42
Kuzmanov, G. (1973) "Tipologia i kronologia na rannozantiyskite anfori (iv-v v.)." In , Archeologia., pp. 14-21
Kuzmanov, G. (1985) Céramique de la haute époque byzantine provenant de Thracei et de Dace (IVe – le debut du VIIe s.). Sofia: , Fouilles et recherches.