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.
Ghalia, T., Bonifay, M. & Capelli, C. (2005) "L'atelier de Sidi-Zahruni : mise en evidence d'une production d'amphores de l'Antiquité tardive sur le territoire de la cité de Neapolis (Nabeul, Tunisie)." LRCW I. Late Roman Coarse Wares, Cooking Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean: Archaeology and Archaeometry. British Archaeological Reports International Series. 1340: 495-516
Gibbins D. (2001) "A Roman shipwreck at Plemmirio, Sicily ; evidence for north African amphora production during the Severan period." In , World Archaeology., pp. 311-334