PRUEBA

The characterization and origin of the Carthage Tophet funerary urns

by Dennis Braekmans, Brien K. Garnand, Joseph A. Greene, Lawrence E. Stager & Patrick Degryse

 

Between Carthage and Rome: the island of Proratora in Sardinia

by Paola Cavaliere, Jeremy Hayne & Giuseppe Pisanu

 

Amphorae production in Punic and Late Punic Malaca (Málaga, Spain). New evidence from the Carranque workshop

by Cristina Chacón, Ana Arancibia, Bartolomé Mora Serrano & Antonio Sáez Romero

 

Punic amphorae at Euesperides, Cyrenaica

by Kristian Göransson

 

Punic amphoras in the Pla del Rey (Valldemossa, Mallorca)

by Guy de Mulder, Mark van Strydonck & Johan Deschieter

 

Punic amphorae lids. Evidence of a particular class of pottery from central-west Sardinia

by Jeremy Hayne & Peter van Dommelen

 

On some aspects of Iron Age Storage and Transport Jars from the Northern Levant

by Lione du Piêd

 

NAA, Petrography, and the first Phoenician Amphorae in the Bay of Cadiz

by Philip Johnston

 

Western Mediterranean Phoenician Amphorae Imports in the Northeastern Iberian Peninsula during the Early Iron Age

by Eva Miguel Gascón, Jaume Buxeda i Garrigós & Peter M. Day

 

Amphorae from the 1st millenium BC at Quinta do Almaraz (Almada, Portugal)

by Ana Olaio

 

Archaic Phoenician and imported amphorae from Gadir: the Teatro Cómico site (Cádiz)

by Juan Miguel Pajuelo, José María Gener, María de los Ángeles Navarro, Ester López Rosendo & Mariano Torres

 

Another kind of salting, the salt-cured meat in the Phoenician Amphoras

by Carmen Pardo Barrionuevo

 

Phoenician and Punic Amphorae from S’Urachi (San Vero Milis, Sardinia)

by Andrea Roppa, Emanuele Madrigali, Alfonso Stiglitz & Peter van Dommelen

 

Anfore puniche, macine e vetro egiziano dal relitto di Su Pallosu (San Vero Milis-OR)

by Ignazio Sanna & Carla del Vais

 

 

The characterization and origin of the Carthage Tophet funerary urns

by Dennis Braekmans, Brien K. Garnand, Joseph A. Greene, Lawrence E. Stager & Patrick Degryse

 

Between Carthage and Rome: the island of Proratora in Sardinia

by Paola Cavaliere, Jeremy Hayne & Giuseppe Pisanu

 

Amphorae production in Punic and Late Punic Malaca (Málaga, Spain). New evidence from the Carranque workshop

by Cristina Chacón, Ana Arancibia, Bartolomé Mora Serrano & Antonio Sáez Romero

 

Punic amphorae at Euesperides, Cyrenaica

by Kristian Göransson

 

Punic amphoras in the Pla del Rey (Valldemossa, Mallorca)

by Guy de Mulder, Mark van Strydonck & Johan Deschieter

 

Punic amphorae lids. Evidence of a particular class of pottery from central-west Sardinia

by Jeremy Hayne & Peter van Dommelen

 

On some aspects of Iron Age Storage and Transport Jars from the Northern Levant

by Lione du Piêd

 

NAA, Petrography, and the first Phoenician Amphorae in the Bay of Cadiz

by Philip Johnston

 

Western Mediterranean Phoenician Amphorae Imports in the Northeastern Iberian Peninsula during the Early Iron Age

by Eva Miguel Gascón, Jaume Buxeda i Garrigós & Peter M. Day

 

Amphorae from the 1st millenium BC at Quinta do Almaraz (Almada, Portugal)

by Ana Olaio

 

Archaic Phoenician and imported amphorae from Gadir: the Teatro Cómico site (Cádiz)

by Juan Miguel Pajuelo, José María Gener, María de los Ángeles Navarro, Ester López Rosendo & Mariano Torres

 

Another kind of salting, the salt-cured meat in the Phoenician Amphoras

by Carmen Pardo Barrionuevo

 

Phoenician and Punic Amphorae from S’Urachi (San Vero Milis, Sardinia)

by Andrea Roppa, Emanuele Madrigali, Alfonso Stiglitz & Peter van Dommelen

 

Anfore puniche, macine e vetro egiziano dal relitto di Su Pallosu (San Vero Milis-OR)

by Ignazio Sanna & Carla del Vais