The Papers
Vol. 81 (2013)

The Papers
Vol. 81 (2013)

x, 414 pages, including 140 illustrations

Helen L. Patterson  David B. Whitehouse (1941–2013)

Ulla Rajala.The concentration and centralization of late prehistoric settlement in central Italy: the evidence from the Nepi Survey

Gretchen E. Meyers.  Approaching monumental architecture: mechanics and movement in Archaic Etruscan palaces

Carsten Hjort Lange.  Triumph and civil war in the late Republic

P.L. Tucci.  The marble plan of the Via Anicia and the Temple of Castor and Pollux in Circo Flaminio: the state of the question

Emanuele Vaccaro, Mariaelena Ghisleni, Antonia Arnoldus-Huyzendveld, Cam Grey and Kim Bowes. Excavating the Roman peasant II: excavations at Case Nuove, Cinigiano (GR)

J.C. Fant, B. Russell and S.J. Barker.  Marble use and reuse at Pompeii and Herculaneum: the evidence from the bars

Clare Rowan.  Imaging the Golden Age: the coinage of Antoninus Pius

Douglas Boin.  A late antique statuary collection at Ostia’s sanctuary of Magna Mater: a case-study in late Roman religion and tradition

Gregor Kalas.  Architecture and élite identity in late antique Rome: appropriating the past at Sant’Andrea Catabarbara

Domenico Camardo.  Herculaneum from the AD 79 eruption to the medieval period: analysis of the documentary, iconographic and archaeological sources, with new data on the beginning of exploration at the ancient town

Robert Coates-Stephens. Notes from Rome 2012–13

Archaeological Fieldwork Reports

Introduction.  Christopher J. Smith

Geophysics projects. Sophie Hay and Alice James

The Herculaneum Conservation Project: activities in 2012–13. Sarah Court, Jane Thompson and Andrew Wallace-Hadrill

Interamna Lirenas. Giovanni R. Bellini, Sophie Hay, Alessandro Launaro, Ninetta Leone and Martin Millett

The Lateran Project: interim report on the July 2012 and January 2013 seasons. Ian Haynes, Paolo Liverani, Salvatore Piro and Giandomenico Spinola

Lavinium.  Claudia Moser and Sophie Hay

The Roman Ports Project. Simon Keay

San Felice and the Basentello Valley Archaeological Research Project, July–August 2012. Myles McCallum and Hans vanderLeest

The Sangro Valley Project. Susan Kane and Robert Witcher

The Segni Project.  Francesco Maria Cifarelli, Federica Colaiacomo, Stephen Kay and Christopher J. Smith

Exploring the vicus at the Roman imperial estate at Vagnari.  Maureen Carroll

Vagnari cemetery.  Tracy Prowse

Research Reports

Balsdon Fellowship (Claudia Baldoli)
Hugh Last Fellowships (Barbara E. Borg, Susan Walker)
Paul Mellon Centre Rome Fellowships (Luciana Gallo, Nicholas Temple, Jonathan Yarker)
British School at Rome/Society for Libyan Studies Postdoctoral Fellowship (Mattia Toaldo)
Rome Fellowship (Michael Carr)
Rome Scholarships (Rebecca Gill, Richard Teverson)
Macquarie University Gale Scholarship (Kavita Ayer)
Rome Awards (Jaspreet Singh Boparai, Stephen Cummins, Allison Goudie, Oren Margolis)
Giles Worsley Travel Fellowship (Thomas Brigden)

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