Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Haltern 70

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Carreras Monfort, C. (2003a) "Haltern 70: a review." In , Journal of Roman Pottery Studies., pp. 85-91
Colls, D., Étienne, R., Lequément, R., Liou, B. & Mayet, F. (1977) L'épave Port-Vendres II et le commerce de la Bétique à l’époque de Claude. Paris: , Archaeonautica.
Parker, A. J. & Price, J. (1981) "Spanish exports of the Claudian period: the significance of the Port Vendres II wreck reconsidered." In , International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration., pp. 221-228
Peacock, D. P. S. (1971) "Roman amphorae in pre-Roman Britain." The Iron Age and its Hill Forts. : 161-188
Peacock, D. P. S. & Williams, D. F. (1986) Amphorae and the Roman Economy. London: Longman
Tchernia, A. (1980) "Quelques remarques sur le commerce du vin et les amphores." The seaborne commerce of ancient Rome: studies in archaeology and history. Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome. 36: 305-312


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