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Supplement 108 is now
in press, due end of February: Marcello Mogetta
(ed.), Élite burial practices and
processes of urbanization at Gabii: the non-adult
tombs from Area D of the Gabii Project excavations. 172
pages, heavily illustrated in colour, List price
$99.50, special prepublication price for individuals
$79.50. (no further reduction)
Supplement 107 is Martyn
Allen (ed.), The
role of zooarchaeology in the study of the
Western Roman Empire. It contains 10
chapters by different authors. Published October 15,
2019. ISBN 978-0-9994586-1-7. 168 pp.
List price $89.50. Normal price to individuals
[The previously planned S107, by J. G. Royal and S. Tusa, The site of the Battle of the Aegates Islands at the end of the First Punic War. Fieldwork, analyses and perspectives, 2005-2015, has been published in Rome by L'Erma di Bretschneider. See http://www.lerma.it/index.php?pg=SchedaTitolo&key=00013308]
JRA 32 (2019).
Fascicule 1, Articles, has 528 pages including about
40 pages of colour. Price to individual subscribers
$81.95 plus postage for the two fascicules,
totalling 1008 pages. Click here for the full table of contents of
Fascicule 2, Reviews, has
85 book reviews. Click here for the full table of contents of
We are now accepting
submissions for JRA 34 (2021). The
final deadline for submitting
articles is December 2020. Please
contact us first with the proposed topic
and an abstract. When submitting
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JRA is pleased to announce
the appointment of Dr Dirk Booms as
Associate Editor. He will share
responsibility with John Humphrey for the
upcoming vol. 33 (2020). Dirk received his Ph.D. from
the University of Cambridge in 2009 on the theme
of the self-representation of Roman emperors
through the art and architecture of their
villas. In this connection he was a staff member
(2006-10) on the excavations of Marcus Aurelius'
sumptuous residence at Villa Magna, studying and
reconstructing the architecture, and creating
the 3D model. He has also
excavated in Belgium, Morocco, Tunisia,
and Turkey. He is currently assistant
director of the excavation of an Early
Christian church complex at Bulla Regia
and of the excavation of the 'Arab
quarter' at Volubilis, projects of
University College London/Tunisian
Institut National du Patrimoine/Moroccan
Institut National des Sciences de
l'Archéologie et du Patrimoine.
The new S109 will be
Carthage Papers 2, containing 12 chapters by
different authors on Roman Carthage and its
territory. It is expected in May 2020. Approx. 350
pp. Prepublication price $99.50.
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S22. Domestic space in
the Roman world: Pompeii and beyond, pdf full-text
now available of every chapter (and of the whole
book at a cost of $60), the book itself being out
of print. Please send email to
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S34. The Roman army as a community, pdf full-text now available of every chapter (and of the whole book at a cost of $60), the book itself being out of print. Please send email to jra@JournalofRomanArch.com.
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MOSAIC PANEL IN THE SYNAGOGUE AT HUQOQ: OFFICIAL
PUBLICATION AND INITIAL INTERPRETATIONS, by
Karen Britt and Ra'anan Boustan. Paperback, 7 x
10 inch. 82 pages, 21 figures including colour.
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Published June 29,
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