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Western Europe and Britain

£31.00
Author:
Carlos Pereira
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
English
Paperback:
123pp. Illustrated throughout in black and white
ISBN:
9781407312644
BAR number:
S2627
This work aimed to study the Roman lamps collected in Alcáçova de Santarém. The set is formed by a total of 393 unpublished fragments,... More
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Roles for Men and Women in Roman Epigraphic Culture and Beyond
Gender, social identity and cultural practice in private Latin inscriptions and the literary record
£41.00
Sub Title:
Gender, social identity and cultural practice in private Latin inscriptions and the literary record
Author:
Peter Keegan
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
English
Paperback:
185pp. Illustrated throughout in black and white
ISBN:
9781407312613
BAR number:
S2626
Previous studies of tombstones and inscriptions dedicated to divinities have focused on methods of assigning names in Roman society, the... More
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Neolithic and Copper Age Monuments
Emergence, function and the social construction of the landscape
£40.00
Sub Title:
Emergence, function and the social construction of the landscape
Editors:
Bettina Schulz Paulsson and Bisserka Gaydarska
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
English
Paperback:
164pp. Illustrated throughout in black and white & colour
ISBN:
9781407312606
BAR number:
S2625
The Neolithic and Copper age monuments in Europe, consisting of stone temples and circles, standing stones, henge monuments, long... More
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A Composite View to the Past
A Methodological Integration of Zooarchaeology and Archaeological Geophysics at the Magdalenian Site of Verberie le Buis
£27.00
Sub Title:
A Methodological Integration of Zooarchaeology and Archaeological Geophysics at the Magdalenian Site of Verberie le Buis
Author:
Jason Thompson
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
English
Paperback:
108pp. Illustrated throughout in black and white
ISBN:
9781407312583
BAR number:
S2623
Debates of alleged human modernity and archaism have dominated much of the recent Eurasian Paleolithic archaeological literature. Most... More
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£51.00
Author:
Antonella Tolve and Sebastiano Tusa
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
Italian
Paperback:
262pp, Illustrated throughout in black and white
ISBN:
9781407312569
BAR number:
S2621
Sub Title:
Studio dei reperti di fauna marina
Sub-series name:
Young Lukanian Archaeologists (YLA)
The second volume in the Lukanian Young Archaeologists series concentrates on the processing of data obtained from archaeoichthyology and... More
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LRCW 4 Late Roman Coarse Wares, Cooking Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean, 2 volume set
Archaeology and archaeometry. The Mediterranean: a market without frontiers
£158.00
Sub Title:
Archaeology and archaeometry. The Mediterranean: a market without frontiers
Editors:
Natalia Poulou-Papadimitriou, Eleni Nodarou and Vassilis Kilikoglou
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
English, French and Italian
Paperback:
1,115pp. Two volume set, Illustrated throughout in black and white and colour
ISBN:
9781407312514
BAR number:
S2616
Proceedings from the fourth LRCW congress held at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki between 7-10 April 2011, this volume is... More
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Kult bei der Arena
Nemesis-Heiligtümer im Kontext römischer Amphitheater
£33.00
Sub Title:
Nemesis-Heiligtümer im Kontext römischer Amphitheater
Author:
Tim Wittenberg
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
German with English summary
Paperback:
125pp. Includes 53 figures, Catalogue
ISBN:
9781407312460
BAR number:
S2615
The book looks at the worship of the goddess Nemesis within the context of the Roman ludi and offers the first entire collection and... More
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£41.00
Author:
Theodora Moutsiou
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
English
Paperback:
185pp. Illustrated throughout
ISBN:
9781407312446
BAR number:
S2613
Obsidian-bearing sites spanning the temporal framework of the Palaeolithic and located in Africa and Europe are analysed with the aim of... More
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Fresh Approaches to Brick Production and Use in the Middle Ages
Proceedings of the session ‘Utilization of Brick in the Medieval Period – Production, Construction, Destruction’ Held at the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) Meeting, 29 August to 1 September 2012 in Helsinki, Finland
£27.00
Sub Title:
Proceedings of the session ‘Utilization of Brick in the Medieval Period – Production, Construction, Destruction’ Held at the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) Meeting, 29 August to 1 September 2012 in Helsinki, Finland
Editors:
Tanja Ratilainen, Rivo Bernotas and Christofer Herrmann
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
English
Paperback:
106pp. Illustrated throughout
ISBN:
9781407312422
BAR number:
S2611
This volume presents nine articles (of which five are based on papers presented in the session 'Utilization of Brick in the Medieval... More
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Funus Hispaniense
Espacios, usos y costumbres funerarias en la Hispania Romana
£83.00
Sub Title:
Espacios, usos y costumbres funerarias en la Hispania Romana
Author:
Alberto Sevilla Conde
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
Spanish with English summary
Paperback:
523pp. Illustrated throughout
ISBN:
9781407312415
BAR number:
S2610
This volume presents the study of a number of variants of Romano-Hispanic burial rituals. The research was carried out focusing on... More
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La villa rustica di C. Olius Ampliatus
Suburbio sud-orientale di Napoli (Ponticelli)
£27.00
Sub Title:
Suburbio sud-orientale di Napoli (Ponticelli)
Author:
Sergio Cascella and Giuseppe Vecchio
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
Italian
Paperback:
106pp. Illustrated throughout
ISBN:
9781407312392
BAR number:
S2608
This study examines the excavation of a villa rustica located in the south-east suburbs of Naples. This villa has been attributed to C.... More
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£61.00
Sub Title:
Le fasi arcaica, repubblicana e cesariano-augustea
Author:
Alessandro Delfino
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
Italian
Paperback:
302pp. Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white
ISBN:
9781407312385
BAR number:
S2607
The book is the result of three years of excavations (2005-2008) on the north-west side of Rome's Via dei Fori Imperiali, directly behind... More
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