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Late Roman amphora 1: a study of diversification

Late Roman amphora 1: a study of diversification
Late Roman amphora 1: a study of diversification
This paper draws on petrological work done by the author on the most important type of late Roman amphora - LR1, which was widely distributed in the Mediterranean, Red Sea area and western Britain.
8778389585
157-168
University of Southern Denmark
Williams, D.F.
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Briese, Maria Berg
Vaag, Leif Erik
Williams, D.F.
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Briese, Maria Berg
Vaag, Leif Erik

Williams, D.F. (2005) Late Roman amphora 1: a study of diversification. In, Briese, Maria Berg and Vaag, Leif Erik (eds.) Trade Relations in the Eastern Mediterranean from Late Hellenistic Period to Late Antiquity: The Ceramic Evidence. (Halicarnassian Studies, III) Acts from a Ph.D. - seminar for young (12/02/98 - 15/02/98) Odense, Denmark. University of Southern Denmark, pp. 157-168.

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This paper draws on petrological work done by the author on the most important type of late Roman amphora - LR1, which was widely distributed in the Mediterranean, Red Sea area and western Britain.

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Published date: 2005
Venue - Dates: Acts from a Ph.D. - seminar for young, 1998-02-12 - 1998-02-15

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Local EPrints ID: 40887
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/40887
ISBN: 8778389585
PURE UUID: 24aeb661-045f-47b5-a275-7757f3a68f80

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Date deposited: 12 Jul 2006
Last modified: 09 Nov 2021 08:21

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Author: D.F. Williams
Editor: Maria Berg Briese
Editor: Leif Erik Vaag

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