Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Late Roman Amphora 7

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Bailey, D. M. (1998) Excavations at El-Ashmunein V. Pottery, Lamps and Glass. The Late Roman and Early Arab Periods. London:
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Empereur, J-Y. & Picon, M. (1989) "Les régions de production d’amphores imperiales en Méditerranée orientale." Amphores romaines et histoire économique: dix ans de recherche. Actes du colloque de Sienne (22-24 mai 1986). Collection de l’École Française de Rome. 114: 223-248
Hayes, J. W. (1976) Roman Pottery in the Royal Ontario Museum. Toronto:
Peacock, D. P. S. & Williams, D. F. (1986) Amphorae and the Roman Economy. London: Longman
Riley, J. A. (1979) "The coarse pottery from Berenice." Excavations at Sidi Khrebish Benghazi (Berenice). Vol. II. Supplement to Libya Antiqua. 5: 91-467
Tomber, R. S. & Williams, D. F. (2000) "Egyptian amphorae in Britain and the western provinces." In , Britannia., pp. 41-54


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