The Papers
Vol. 72 (2004)

The Papers
Vol. 72 (2004)

vi, 382 pages including 142 black and white illustrations

Papers

Helen Patterson, Helga Di Giuseppe and Rob Witcher, Three South Etrurian ‘crises’: first results of the Tiber Valley Project

Henrik Mouritsen, Pits and politics: interpreting colonial fora in Republican Italy

Paul Johnson, Simon Keay and Martin Millett, Lesser urban sites in the Tiber valley: Baccanae, Forum Cassii and Castellum Amerinum

Ulrike Roth, Inscribed meaning: the vilica and the villa economy

Frank Sear, Cisterns, drainage and lavatories in Pompeian houses, Casa del Granduca (VII.4.56)

T.P. Wiseman, Where was the nova via ?

Pier Luigi Tucci, Eight fragments of the Marble Plan of Rome shedding new light on the Transtiberim

Lucy Grig, Portraits, pontiffs and the Christianization of fourth-century Rome

Joan Barclay Lloyd, Medieval Dominican architecture at Santa Sabina in Rome, c.1219 – c.1320

Louis Cellauro, Daniele Barbaro and Vitruvius: the architectural theory of a Renaissance humanist and patron

Hugh Brigstocke, The 5th Earl of Exeter as Grand Tourist and Collector

Research Reports

Balsdon Fellowships (Helen Hills; Henry Hurst)

Hugh Last Fellowship (Guy Bradley)

Cary Fellowship (Robert Coates-Stephens)

Rome Scholarships (Piers Baker-Bates; Xavier Salomon; A.G. Thein)

Ralegh Radford Rome Scholarship (Corinna Riva)

Rome Awards (Lisa Beaven; Benjamin Cornford; Lisa Marlow; Susan May; Jonathan Prag)

Archaeological Fieldwork Support

Amanda Claridge and Jari Pakkanen

Simon Keay and Martin Millett

Alastair Small

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