Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Lagóstena, L. (2001) La producción de salsas y conservas de pescado en la Hispania romana (II aC – VI dC). Barcelona: , Col.leció Instrumenta.
Martin-Kilcher, S. (2003) "Fish-sauce amphorae from the Iberian peninsula: the forms and observations on trade with the north-west provinces." In , Journal of Roman Pottery Studies., pp. 69-84
Peacock, D. P. S. (1974) "Amphorae and the Baetican Fish Industry." In , Antiquaries Journal., pp. 232-243
Peacock, D. P. S. & Williams, D. F. (1986) Amphorae and the Roman Economy. London: Longman