Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Waksman, Y., Reynolds, P., Bien, S. & Tréglia, J. C. (2005) "A major production centre of Late Roman ‘Levantine’ and ‘Cypriot’ common wares." LRCW I. Late Roman Coarse Wares, Cooking Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean: Archaeology and Archaeometry. British Archaeological Reports International Series. 1340: 311-325
Wheeler, R. E. M. (1946) "Arikamedu: an Indo-Roman Trading-Station on the East Coast of India." In , Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey of India., pp.
Wheeler, R. E. M. (1955) Rome Beyond the Imperial Frontiers. London:
Wheeler, R. E. M. & Wheeler, T. V. (1928) "The Roman Amphitheatre at Caerleon, Monmouthshire." In , Archaeologia., pp. 111-218
Whitbread, I. K. (1995) Greek Transport Amphorae: a petrological and archaeological study. London:
Whitehouse, D. Barker, G. Reece, R. & Reese, D. (1982) "The Schola Praeconum I: The Coins, Pottery, Lamps and Fauna." In , Papers of the British School at Rome., pp. 53-9
Whitehouse, D., Constantini, L., Guidobaldi, F., Passi, S., Pensabene, P., Pratt, S., Reece, R. & Reece, D. (1985) "The Schola Praeconum II." In , Papers of the British School at Rome., pp. 163-210
Widemann, F. et al (1978) "Analytical and typological study of Gallo-Roman workshops producing amphorae in the area of Narbonne." In , Archaeophysika., pp. 317-341
Widemann, F., Laubenheimer, F. & Leblanc, J. (1979) "Amphorae workshops in western Narbonnensis. The non-resolution space problem." XIXth Symposium on Archaeometry and Archaeological Prospection. : 57-71
Willems, J., Docquier, J. & Lawerijs, E. (1964) "Notes au subjet d’un type d’amphore belge." In , Chronique archéologique du Pays de Liège., pp. 38-41
Williams, C. (1989) Anemurium. The Roman and Early Byzantine Pottery. Toronto: , Subsidia Medievalia.
Williams, D. F. (1981) "The Roman amphora trade with Late Iron Age Britain." Production and distribution: a ceramic viewpoint. British Archaeological Reports International Series. 120: 123-132
Williams, D. F. (1982) "The petrology of certain Byzantine amphorae: some suggestions as to origins." Colloque sur la céramique antique. Carthage 23-24th June 1980. CEDAC. Dossier. 1: 99-110
Williams, D. F. (1985) "Petrology." Amphoras from the 1970 excavations at Colchester Sheepen. British Archaeological Reports. British Series. 142: 153-166
Williams, D. F. (1986) "The amphorae." Romano-British industries in Purbeck. : 79-81
Williams, D. F. (1987) "Roman amphorae from Kourion, Cyprus." Report of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus. 32: 235-238
Williams, D. F. (1990) "A note on the petrology of a Samos Cistern Type amphora from excavations at the Castello di Udine." In , Aquileia Nostra., pp. 296
Williams, D. F. (1994) "Campanian amphorae." Excavations at South Shields Roman Fort. : 214-219
Williams, D. F. (1995) "A petrological note on amphora fabrics from the survey and along the Eastern Spanish coast." A Roman provincial capital and its hinterland. The survey of the territory of Tarragona, Spain, 1985-1990. Journal of Roman Archaeology, Supplement. 15: 304-310
Williams, D. F. (1997a) "A note on the fabrics of the amphorae recovered from the Imperial Roman wreck near Milazzo, Sicily." Rinvenimenti subacquei a Milazzo e il relitto di Punta Mazza. : 99-104
Williams, D. F. (1997b) "Amphorae." Roman Pottery from York. : 967-973
Williams, D. F. (2000) "Petrology of imported amphorae." Archaeology at Aksum, Ethiopia, 1993-7. : 494-496
Williams, D. F. (2003) "Cretan Wine in Roman Britain." In , Journal of Roman Pottery Studies., pp. 19-24
Williams, D. F. (2004) "An integrated archaeometric approach to ceramic fabric recognition. A case study on Late Roman Amphorae 1 from the eastern Mediterranean." LRCW I. Late Roman Coarse Wares, Cooking Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean: Archaeology. and Archaeometry. British Archaeological Reports International Series. 1340: 613-624
Williams, D. F. (2004) "Dressel 2-4 and the eruption of Vesuvius." 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. : 441-450
Williams, D. F. (2005) "Late Roman Amphora 1: a study of diversification." Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean from the Late Hellenistic Period to Late Antiquity: The Ceramic Evidence. : 157-168
Williams, D. F. & Arthur, P. (1991) "Roman amphora form Richborough 527: a continuing petrological study (Recent development in ceramic petrology)." In I. Freestone & A. Middleton (edd.), Recent developments in ceramic petrology. British Museum Occasional Paper., pp. 389-398
Williams, D. F. & Carreras, C. (1995) "North African Amphorae in Roman Britain: a Re-Appraisal." In , Britannia., pp. 231-252
Williams, D. F. & Peacock, D. P. S. (1983) "The importation of olive-oil into Roman Britain." Producción y comercio del aceite en la antigüedad. II congreso internacional. : 263-280
Williams, D. F. & Peacock, D. P. S. (2005) The eruption of Vesuvius and Campanian Dressel 2-4 amphorae. Oxford: , Terra Marique.
Will, E. L. (1979) "The Sestius amphorae: a re-appraisal." In , Journal of Field Archaeology., pp. 339-349
Will, E. L. (1982) "Greco-Italic amphoras." In , Hesperia., pp. 338-56
Will, E. L. (1983) "Exportation of olive oil from Baetica to the eastern Mediterranean." Producción y comercio del aceite en la antigüedad. II congreso internacional. : 392-440
Will, E. L. (1987a) "The Roman amphoras." The Roman port and fishery of Cosa: a centre of ancient trade. : 171-220
Will, E. L. (1987b) "Celtic importation of Roman wine in the second and first centuries B.C." Rome’s Alpine Frontier. : 25-30
Will, E. L. (1991) "The Mediterranean shipping amphorae from Arikamedu." Rome and India: The Ancient Sea Trade. : 151-156
Will, E. L. (1996) "Mediterranean shipping amphoras from the 1941-50 Excavations (at Arikamedu)." The Ancient Port of Arikamedu: New Excavations and Researches 1989-92. : 317-349
Will, E. L. (2004) "Mediterranean amphoras in India." 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: 443-440
Wood, B. G. (1987) "Egyptian amphorae of the New Kingdom and Ramesside periods." In , British Archaeologist., pp. 75-83