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eBook Leptiminus: A Roman Port City in Tunisia (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series #4) ePub

by N. Ben Lazreg,D. J. Mattingly

  • ISBN: 1887829040
  • Category: Ancient Civilizations
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: N. Ben Lazreg,D. J. Mattingly
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Journal of Roman Archaeology; y First printing edition (June 1, 1992)
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JRA Supplementary Series no. 4. LEPTIMINUS (LAMTA): A ROMAN PORT CITY IN TUNISIA Report no. .

JRA Supplementary Series no. 1. N. Ben Lazreg and D. J. Mattingly with contributions by. R. Caciagli, D. Davidson, A. Di Vita, H. Dodge, J. Dore, C. Osborne, R. Schinke, L. Stirling, W. E. Metcalf, and others. 271 C. Osborne and L. Stirling Appendix 4: Catalogue of burials (1990) 301 N. Ben Lazreg, D. Mattingly, and L. Stirling Summary of excavations in 1990 and preliminary typology of burials 336 Pocket: folding figures 1-11, including air photograph of site of Leptiminus.

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September 1991, Journal of Roman Archaeology. Hardcover in English. Libraries near you: WorldCat. Created December 11, 2009.

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Cite this publication. Kathryn Lafrenz Samuels.

Leptiminus, a Roman port city on the west coast of Tunisia, North Africa, exported olive oil and a garum fish paste to Rome. Excavations have uncovered many facilities including kilns and a potter's workshop, indicating an extensive ceramic industry

Leptiminus, a Roman port city on the west coast of Tunisia, North Africa, exported olive oil and a garum fish paste to Rome. Excavations have uncovered many facilities including kilns and a potter's workshop, indicating an extensive ceramic industry. The vessels, manufactured at Leptiminus, included African red-slip fineware, coarseware, and amphorae.

Leptiminus (Lamta): a Roman port city in Tunisia, Report no. 1992) (with N Ben Lazreg and contributions from others). Life, Death and Entertainment in Ancient Rome. Dialogues in Roman Imperialism. The UNESCO Libyan Valleys Archaeological Survey.

In Mattingly, . and Ben Lazreg, N. (ed., Leptiminus (Lamta): A Roman Port City in Tunisia, Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement 4: 89–114. McKendrick, N. (1982)

In Mattingly, . (1982). The consumer revolution of eighteenth-century England. In McKendrick, . Brewer, . and Plumb, J. H., The Birth of a Consumer Society: The Commercialization of Eighteenth-Century England, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 9–33. Cite this article as: Smith, . 1023/A:1021917318055.

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