The Papers
Vol. 74 (2006)

The Papers
Vol. 74 (2006)

viii, 396 pages, including 115 illustrations


Jonathan R.W. Prag, Poenus plane est — but who were the ‘Punickes’?

Rob Witcher, Broken pots and meaningless dots? Surveying the rural landscapes of Roman Italy

Simon Keay, Martin Millett and Kristian Strutt, An archaeological survey of Capena (La Civitucola, provincia di Roma)

Roman Ernst Roth, Black-gloss wares from the acropolis of Capena (La Civitucola, provincia di Roma)

Frank Sear, Cisterns, drainage and lavatories in Pompeian houses, Casa dei Capitelli Colorati (VII.4.51), Casa della Caccia Antica (VII.4.48) and Casa dei Capitelli Figurati (VII.4.57)

Frank Vermeulen, Sophie Hay and Geert Verhoeven, Potentia: an integrated survey of a Roman colony on the Adriatic coast

Henry Hurst, The Scalae (ex-Graecae) above the Nova Via
Matthias Bruno and Fulvia Bianchi, La Colonna di Traiana alla luce di recenti indagini
Paul Oldfield, Citizenship and community in southern Italy c. 1100–c. 1220
Xavier F. Salomon, The goldsmith Pietro Spagna (1561–1627): ‘argentiere’ to Cardinal Pietro Aldobrandini (1571–1621)

Research Reports

Balsdon Fellowship (Louise Bourdua)

Cary Fellowship (Robert Coates-Stephens)

Hugh Last Fellowship (Philip Kenrick)

Paul Mellon Centre Rome Fellowship (Edward Corp)

Rome Fellowship (Phillippa Plock)

Ralegh Radford Rome Fellowship (Felicity Harley)

Rome Scholarships (Luca Baldoni; Nicholas Cullinan; Lucy Donkin)

Rome Awards (Caroline Anderson; Kristian Chetcuti Bonavita; Nellie Phoca-Cosmetatou; Julien Riel-Salvatore)

Tim Potter Memorial Award (Tehmina Goskar)

Archaeological Fieldwork Support

Martin Millett and Simon Keay

Amanda Claridge and Jari Pakkanen

Simon Stoddart and Stephen Kay

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