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Journal of Roman Archaeology. Gijs Tol, Barbara Borgers. Journal of Roman Archaeology, Volume 29. View all. Librarians.
Journal of Roman Archaeology. The journal will be concerned with Italy and all parts of the Roman world from about 700 . 700. It will exclude the prehistoric period but include the Etruscan period.
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Release Date:January 2004. Publisher:Jouranal of Roman Archaeology.
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Volume 83 - John Bodel. Roman Archaeology: The benefit of using GPR investigations. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.
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Journal of Roman Archeology.
Place of Publication. Portsmouth, RI. Publication Name. Journal of Roman Archeology. Description 2. x18 cm. 428 pages.
The Journal of Roman Archaeology is an annual international journal .
The Journal of Roman Archaeology is an annual international journal printing contributions in English, French . Dirk received his P. 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.
The journal was originally published by the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Michigan and was favorably received.