Journal Of Roman Archaeology, Volume 31 (2018)


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JRA31_01_Visona_thum

Rethinking early
Carthaginian coinage

Paolo Visonà
JRA31_02_Tucci_thum

A funerary monument
on the Capitoline:
architecture and
painting in mid-Republican
Rome, between Etruria
and Greece

Pier Luigi Tucci

JRA31_03_Dardenay_thum

Roman wall-painting
in southern Gaul
(Gallia Narbonensis and
Gallia Aquitania)

Alexandra Dardenay

JRA31_04_DAndria_thum

The Ploutonion
of Hierapolis
in light of recent
research (2013-17)

Francesco D’Andria

JRA31_05_Redde_thum

The impact of
the German frontier
on the economic
development of the
countryside of
Roman Gaul

Michel Reddé

JRA31_06_Toma_thum

Standardization
and mass
customization
of architectural
components:
new perspectives
on the Imperial
marble construction
industry

Natalia Toma



JRA31_07_Margani_thum

The Indirizzo
Roman baths
at Catania*

Mariangela Liuzzo,
Giuseppe Margani
and R. J. A. Wilson


JRA31_08_Castiglia_thum

Rural churches
and settlements
in late-antique
and Early
Mediaeval
Tuscany

Gabriele Castiglia


JRA31_09_Ridgway_thum

The Ludovisi
“Suicidal Gaul” and
his wife: bronze
or marble original,
Hellenistic
or Roman?

Brunilde Sismondo
Ridgway


JRA31_10_Kockel_thum

A cork model in
Aschaffenburg
(Bavaria)
giving new
evidence for
Pompeii’s
House of Sallust

(a) Valentin Kockel


JRA31_11_Laidlaw_thum

The Aschaffenburg
model: addenda
to JRA Suppl. 98

(b) Anne Laidlaw


JRA31_12_Pollard_thum

Gladiators
and circus horses
in the Iliad frieze
in Pompeii’s
Casa di
D. Octavius
 Quartio?

Alison Pollard

 

         


JRA31_13_Ojeda_thum

A bronze portrait
of a slave child
from a presumed
villa near
Medellín
(Lusitania)

David Ojeda


JRA31_14_Osanna_thum


Games, banquets,
handouts, and the
population of
Pompeii as deduced
from a new
tomb inscription

Massimo Osanna


JRA31_15_Launaro_thum

A view from the
margin? Roman
commonwares
and patterns
of distribution
and consumption
at Interamna
Lirenas (Lazio)

Alessandro Launaro
and
Ninetta Leone


JRA31_16_Leidwanger_thum

New investigations
of the 6th-c. A.D.
 “church wreck”
at Marzamemi,
Sicily

Justin Leidwanger


JRA31_17_Ritter_thum

Landscape
archaeology and
urbanism at
Meninx:
results of
geophysical
prospection
on Jerba (2015)

Stefan Ritter,
Sami Ben Tahar,
Jörg W. E. Fassbinder
& Lena Lambers


JRA31_18_Gallimore_thum

The relationship
between agricultural
production and
amphora
manufacture on
Roman Crete

Scott Gallimore

                                                                                                  


JRA31_19_Sabar_thum

Josephus’ “Cydasa
of the Tyrians”
(Tel Qedesh) in
eastern Upper
Galilee

Roi Sabar


JRA31_20_Pavlovski_thum

Designing the
cavea of
the theatre
at Stobi

Goce Pavlovski


JRA31_21_Tomazincic_thum

Belt types,
identity and social
status in late antiquity:
the belt set in
Emona’s grave 18

Špela Tomažinčič


JRA31_22_Gonzalez_thum

The Late Roman
fort of Can Blai on
Formentera and
its role in the defence
of the Balearic Sea

Ricardo González
Villaescusa and
Jordi H. Fernández


JRA31_23_Lenaghan_thum

Two portraits
from Aphrodisias:
late-antique
re-visualizations
of traditional
culture-heroes?

Julia Lenaghan


JRA31_24_Ardeleanu_thum

Directing the
faithful, structuring
the sacred space:
funerary epigraphy
in its archaeological
context in late-antique
Tipasa

Stefan Ardeleanu

                                                                                                                         
                                                                           
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