Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Gauloise 4 similis - Almadrava 3

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Laubenheimer, F. & Gisbert Santonja, J. A. (2001) "La standardisation des amphores Gauloise 4, des ateliers de Narbonnaise à la production de Denia." Vingt ans de recherches à Sallèles d’Aude. : 33-50
Panella, C. (1973) "Appunti su un gruppo di anfore della prima, media e tarda età Imperiale." Ostia III: Le terme del Nuotatore: scavo dell'ambiente V et di un saggio dell'area. Studi miscellenei. 21: 460-633
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