Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

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Panella, C. (1982) "Le anfore africane della prima, media e tarda età imperiale, tipologia e problemi." Actes du colloque sur la céramique antique (Carthage, 23-24 juin 1980). CEDAC. Dossier. 1: 171-186
Peacock, D. Bejaoui, F. & Belazreg, N. (1989) "Roman amphora production in the Sahel region of Tunisia,." 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: 179-222
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