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Annual Papers on Mediterranean Archaeology

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BABESCH (formerly Bulletin Antieke Beschaving) is a peer-reviewed periodical, published annually since its foundation in 1926. One of the main objectives of this established journal is to provide a forum for archaeologists whose research and fieldwork focus on Mediterranean Archaeology. Read more...

Tuesday 28 November 2017 at 20:00h
(conference room opens at 19:30h)
National Museum of Antiquities (Tempelzaal), Rapenburg 28,
2311 EW Leiden
BABESCH Supplement 34 - forthcoming


Le Anfore Puniche dalle Necropoli di Himera
Seconda metà del VII – fine del V sec. a.C.

by
B. Bechtold & S. Vassallo
with contributions by
D. Braekmans, R. De Simone, S. Gupta, G. Montana, L. Randazzo, K. Schmidt

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BABESCH Supplement 33 - forthcoming


Le Origini di Pompei
La città tra il VI e il V sec. a.C.

by
Alessandra Avagliano


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BABESCH Supplement 32 - forthcoming


Wasserwesen zur Zeit des Frontinus
Bauwerke - Technik - Kultur

40 Jahre Frontinus Gesellschaft
Tagungsband des Internationalen Frontinus- Symposiums Trier, 25.-29. Mai 2016

by
Gilbert Wiplinger and Wolfram Letzner
Frontinus-Gesellschaft e.V.

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BABESCH Supplement 31


Context and Meaning
Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference of the Association Internationale pour la Peinture Murale Antique, Athens, September 16-20, 2013

edited by
Stephan T.A.M. Mols and Eric M. Moormann


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Articles in the current issue, volume 92 - 2017
for the full contents and abstracts of the articles, click here

Marcella Pisani
Storie di lite ‘ordinaria’ nel gruppo fittile di attori comici da Tebe

Maxime Scrinzi
Settlements and Territories in Southern France between the Iron Age and the Late-Republican Period (7th to 1st Century BC): the Vidourle Valley

Jeremy Mark Hayne
Interazioni e mutamenti tra la prima e la seconda età del Ferro nella Sardegna centrale

Enrico Giovanelli
L’animale cangiante: una messa a punto su chimere e varianti nella cultura figurativa dell’Italia preromana tra area tirrenica e area adriatica in età orientalizzante

Denise Demetriou
Beyond Polis Religion: Religious Practices in the Cosmopolitan Emporion of Naukratis

F. Muscolino
Un cratere attico a figure rosse con graffito commerciale menzionante kothones e arysteres

Tamara M. Dijkstra, Jan Zacharias van Rookhuijzen and Sjoukje M. Kamphorst
Investigating ancient Halos
Marking forty years of archaeological research on a city in Thessaly

M.F. Rönnberg
Zum Sarkophag des Larth Velcha in Tarquinia und dem Export karthagischer Marmorsarkophage nach Etrurien

Graham Cuvelier
Demeter’s Arrival at Eleusis on an Apulian Oinochoe kept in Foggia

L. Bouke van der Meer
Mutnuc, Hercle with assistant, and Lasa on an Etruscan bronze mirror

Helke Kammerer-Grothaus
Monumenti funerari in opus latericium al V miglio della via Appia antica


Andrea Waters-Rist, Ruurd Halbertsma and Karen Jeneson
The Lady of the Simpelveld Sarcophagus: an Osteoarchaeological Approach

Sadi Maréchal
A note on the drainage of pools in Roman baths

Ruurd B. Halbertsma
One more note on the Constantinian Cameo in Leiden