Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Bonifay, M. (2004) Études sur la céramique romaine tardive d’Afrique. Oxford: Archaeopress , British Archaeological Reports. International Series.
Freed, J. (1995) "The late series of Tunisian cylindrical amphoras at Carthage." In , Journal of Roman Archaeology., pp. 155-191
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.
Opaiţ, A. (2004) Local and Imported Ceramics in the Roman Province of Scythia (4th-6th centuries AD). B. Oxford: Archaeopress , British Archaeological Reports International Series.
Peacock, D. P. S. (1984c) "The amphorae : typology and chronology." Excavations at Carthage: The Bristol Mission. The avenue du Président Habib Bourguiba, Salambo : The Pottery and other Ceramic Objects from the site. 1, 2: 116-140


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