The Papers
Vol. 73 (2005)

The Papers
Vol. 73 (2005)

vi, 294 pages, including 75 black and white illustrations

PapersVedia E. Izzet, The mirror of Theopompus: Etruscan identity and Greek mythFilippo Coarelli, Pits and fora: a reply to Henrik MouritsenHelga Di Giuseppe, Un confronto tra l’Etruria settentrionale e meridionale dal punto di vista della ceramica a vernice neraFilippo Coarelli, P. Faianius Plebeius, Forum Novum and TacitusPeter Rose, Spectators and spectator comfort in Roman entertainment buildings: a study in functional designA.G. Thein, The Via Latina, the Via Labicana and the location of Ad PictasJoanna Story, Judith Bunbury, Anna Candida Felici, Gabriele Fronterotta, Mario Piacentini, Chiara Nicolais, Daria Scacciatelli, Sebastiano Sciuti and Margherita Vendittelli, Charlemagne’s black marble: the origin of the epitaph of Pope Hadrian IKatherine Wentworth Rinne, Hydraulic infrastructure and urbanism in early modern RomeCarol M. Richardson, Durante Alberti, the Martyrs’ Picture and the Venerable English College, RomeNOTES: Sophy Downes, Head of an athlete from Falerii Novi

Research Reports:

Balsdon Fellowship (Simon Stoddart)

Cary Fellowship (Robert Coates-Stephens)

Paul Mellon Centre Rome Fellowship (Elizabeth Sears)

Rome Fellowship (Alice Sanger)

Rome Scholarships (Roberto Cobianchi, Jane Dunnett, Julie-Ann Vickers)

Ralegh Radford Rome Scholarship (Michele Forte)

Rome Awards (Jessica Hughes, Andrew Manson)

Archaeological Fieldwork Support

Amanda Claridge and Jari Pakkanen

Simon Keay and Martin Millett

Alastair Small

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