Journal Of Roman Archaeology, Volume 26 (2013)

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Reconsidering the arches (fornices) of the Roman Republic
A. H. Kontokosta

The Alexandrian Tychaion: a Pantheon?
J. S. McKenzie and
A. T. Reyes

The textile economy
of Pompeii
M. Flohr
The apple of discord: fleece-washing in Pompeii’s
textile economy. A response to M. Flohr
N. Monteix
Minería romana en Carthago Nova: el Coto Fortuna (Murcia) y los precintos de plomo de la Societas Argentifodinarum Ilucronensium
J. A. Antolinos Marín, B. Díaz Ariño y  M. C.  Guillén Riquelme
L’origine de la roche mise en œuvre pour la construction du temple de Mercure, au sommet du Puy de Dôme, élucideé, et les implications archéologiques
D. Miallier, P. Boivin, B. Dousteyssier et
P. Labazuy

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Urban and rural
Roman landscapes of central Apulia
C. S. Fioriello and
A. Mangiatordi

C. Iulius Valerianus et C. Iulius Iulianus: mercatores del aceite bético en un signa-
culum de plomo para ánforas Dressel 20
P. Berni Millet y
D. Gorostidi Pi

Between local and long-distance: a Roman shipwreck at Fig Tree Bay off SE Cyprus
J. Leidwanger
Topography, monumentalization
and funerary
customs in urban necropoleis in Baetica
D. Vaquerizo
Coinage and images
of the imperial family: local identity and Roman rule
M. Horster

What happened to
gold coinage in the
3rd c. A.D.?
R. Bland
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Reconstructing history through pottery: the contribution of Roman N African cookwares
V. Leitch
The late-antique villa
at Noheda (Villar de Domingo García)
near Cuenca and
its mosaics
M. Á. Valero Tévar

Roman and late-antique shipwrecks
with stone cargoes:
a new inventory
B. Russell

Dobri Dyal: a Late Roman fortress
on the lower Danube
A. G. Poulter

Ancient construction drawings and new methods of documentation: 3D white light scanning and 3D modeling
H. Bankel

A case of mistaken identity? Laser-scanning the
bronze “Claudius” from near Saxmundham
M. Russell and
H. Manley

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Stone emulated in glass: an alabastrum and a glass similis, both from Hispania
M. Cisneros, E. Ortiz and
J. Á. Paz

Are Roman seal-boxes evidence for literacy?
C. Andrews

Zeugma as the provenance of 12 mosaic fragments
at Bowling Green
State University
S. M. Langin-Hooper,
S. R. Martin  & M. Õnal,
with R. Molholt

The headquarters building
in the tetrarchic fort
at Nag’al-Hagar
(Upper Egypt)
R. Franke

Explaining the maritime freight charges
in Diocletian’s Prices Edict
W. Scheidel

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