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  • Ancient Naples: A Documentary History Origins to c. 350 CE

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article By Rabun M. Taylor Reviewed by Kathryn Lomas1Book Review
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  • Thronos: Historical Grammar of Furniture in Mycenaean and Beyond

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article Edited by Rachele Pierini, Alberto Bernabé, and Marco ErcolesReviewed by Dimitra Andrianou1Book Review
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  • The Naked Reader: Child Enslavement in the Villa of the Mysteries Fresco

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      Abstract: ArticleThis article analyzes the naked boy who appears as a reader in the fresco cycle of the Villa of the Mysteries in Pompeii, ca. 60–40 BCE. Although this fresco and its many figures have received ample attention, few scholars have asked why the reading boy is naked. I mark the boy’s nakedness as proof of his enslavement, using iconographic and epigraphic evidence for child slaves in Roman-era Dionysiac cult. I also consider a Roman audience’s reception of this boy as decoration for the walls of a Late Republican villa.
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  • Towards A Social Bioarchaeology of the Mycenaean Period: A Biocultural
           Analysis of Human Remains from the Voudeni Cemetery, Achaea, Greece

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article By Ioanna MoutafiReviewed by Joanne M.A. Murphy1Book Review
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  • Metal Finds and Coins: Final Publications from the Danish-German Jerash
           Northwest Quarter Project II, and Glass, Lamps, and Jerash Bowls: Final
           Publications from the Danish-German Jerash Northwest Quarter Project II

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article Both edited by Achim Lichtenberger and Rubina RajaReviewed by Tim Penn1Book Review
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  • The Painted Tetrarchic Reliefs of Nicomedia: Uncovering the Colourful Life
           of Diocletian’s Forgotten Capital

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article By Tuna S. AğtürkReviewed by Martin Beckmann1Book Review
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  • Toward a More Dynamic Modeling of Ancient Domestic Space: An Example from
           First-Millennium BCE Greece

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      Abstract: ArticleRecent archaeological discussions of domestic space in a variety of cultural contexts have pointed out the limitations of the static models that have typically been used to discuss the arrangement of activities and their associated modes of social organization. Taking the example of the Greek world during the first millennium BCE, this article explores some of the insights that can be gained by reorienting attention toward a more dynamic understanding of the domestic context.
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  • The Late Roman Unfinished Chaîne opératoire: A New Approach to
           Inscribed Glass Openwork

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      Abstract: ArticleFragments of incomplete material objects, too often relegated to storage, have the potential to help uncover production processes that had been believed lost or thought permanently obscured. Traditionally, study of the chaîne opératoire (operational sequence) has been limited to completed pieces, excluding in-process and discarded items. This omission creates a misleading narrative. Rather than a linear process, the manufacture of sculpted objects is a multistep, protracted endeavor.
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  • Materiality in Roman Art and Architecture: Aesthetics, Semantics and
           Function

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article Edited by Annette Haug, Adrian Hielscher, and M. Taylor LauritsenReviewed by Simona Perna1Book Review
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  • Numidia Romana' Die Auswirkungen der römischen Präsenz in Numidien
           (2. Jh. v. Chr.–1. Jh. n. Chr.)

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article By Stefan ArdeleanuReviewed by Matthew M. McCarty1Book Review
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  • A Letter from the Editors-in-Chief

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      Abstract: Editorial
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  • Phoenicians and the Making of the Mediterranean

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article By Carolina López-RuizReviewed by Hédi Dridi1Book Review
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  • Etruscan Literacy in Its Social Context

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article Edited by Ruth D. Whitehouse Reviewed by Katherine McDonald1Book Review
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  • The Roman Peasant Project 2009–2014: Excavating the Roman Rural Poor

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article Edited by Kim BowesReviewed by Tymon de Haas1Book Review
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  • Roman Animals in Ritual and Funerary Contexts: Proceedings of the 2nd
           Meeting of the Zooarchaeology of the Roman Period Working Group, Basel
           1st–4th February 2018

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article Edited by Sabine Deschler-Erb, Umberto Albarella, Silvia Valenzuela Lamas, and Gabriele RasbachReviewed by Catalin Pavel1Book Review
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  • The Design and Reception of the Roman Arch at Orange

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      Abstract: ArticleThe Arch at Orange is well known among the Roman remains of southern France for its good preservation and exuberant visual program. Previous studies have focused on the meanings behind its martial iconography, considering the structure exclusively as the result of Roman intervention. A reconsideration of the Arch at Orange from a postcolonial perspective, looking at issues of placement, design, and viewership, situates the monument as a product of local colonial interests that purposely blended indigenous and pan-Mediterranean artistic traditions.
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  • Domitian: An Innovative Emperor'

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      Abstract: Museum ReviewThe exhibition at the National Museum of Antiquities at Leiden God on Earth: Emperor Domitian (December 2021–May 2022) presented an overview of Domitian’s life in objects to demonstrate the significance and impact of his 15-year reign. The show focused on how he legitimized and shaped his rule, and it challenged the viewer to rethink the assessment of Domitian in ancient sources and his branding as one of the “bad” emperors.
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  • Labouring with Large Stones: A Study into the Investment and Impact of
           Construction Projects on Mycenaean Communities in Late Bronze Age Greece

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article By Yannick BoswinkelReviewed by Maud Devolder1Book Review
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  • A Spatial Network Analysis of Water Distribution from Public Fountains in
           Pompeii

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      Abstract: ArticleThe transport of water from street fountains into living spaces was tedious but essential labor that impacted the health and social integration of subelite populations, yet it remains understudied in work on Pompeii’s public water system. This article uses spatial network analysis to demographically model public fountain use at a unit-level scale. Dynamic neighborhoods are identified using least-cost routes between every external door and fountain in the city.
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  • A Social Archaeology of Roman and Late Antique Egypt: Artefacts of
           Everyday Life

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article By Ellen Swift, Jo Stoner, and April PudseyReviewed by Anna Lucille Boozer1Book Review
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  • The Arch of Titus: From Jerusalem to Rome—and Back

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article Edited by Steven FineReviewed by Haggai Olshanetsky1Book Review
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  • Athens at the Margins: Pottery and People in the Early Mediterranean World

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      Abstract: 127.1 Read Article By Nathan T. ArringtonReviewed by Vicky Vlachou1Book Review
      PubDate: Tue, 13 Dec 2022 01:23:00 +000
       
  • Domestic Space, Access Analysis, and Social Transformations: Houses in
           Iron Age and Roman Mediterranean Gaul

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      Abstract: ArticleStudies investigating changes in domestic architecture from the Iron Age to the Roman period in the northwestern provinces of the Roman empire have often suggested an important degree of continuity in domestic social relations, although the province of Mediterranean Gaul, Gallia Narbonensis, has been underrepresented in these studies. This article employs access analysis to compare domestic space in Mediterranean Gaul at three preconquest Iron Age settlements (ca. 500–50 BCE) and five Roman-period houses from the first–second centuries CE.
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  • Refuse and the Roman City: Determining the Formation Processes of Refuse
           Assemblages Using Statistical Measures of Heterogeneity

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      Abstract: ArticleThe movement of refuse through an ancient city remains poorly understood despite an increasing body of excavated and published evidence. Urban refuse deposits are commonly attributed to simple discard behaviors: residents casually threw away their refuse, unintentionally forming much of today’s archaeological record. This study reevaluates the formation processes of such deposits with quantitative data.
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  • Volume 126 (2022) Index

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      Abstract: AJA Index
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  • Archaeobotanical Research in Classical Archaeology

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      Abstract: State of the DisciplineThe recovery, identification, and analysis of archaeobotanical remains can help address a wide range of archaeological and historical research questions, from foodways, to the agricultural economy, to ritual practice and social identity. This state of the discipline article reviews the application of archaeobotanical techniques to classical archaeology from historical, regional, and thematic perspectives. It also highlights current challenges and limitations in the field of archaeobotany.
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  • A Falcon Shrine at the Port of Berenike (Red Sea Coast, Egypt)

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      Abstract: Field ReportDuring excavations at the Hellenistic-Roman port of Berenike (on the Red Sea coast of Egypt) in the winter of 2019, work in the so-called Northern Complex documented a religious space from the Late Roman period. The excavation of a portion of this space recorded material that, together with the architecture, suggests a ritual function associated with a falcon cult.
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  • Poteri e strategie familiari di Volterra: Il caso di una comunità
           etrusca nel mondo romano

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article By Valentina LiminaReviewed by Alessandro Sebastiani1Book Review
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  • Martha Sharp Joukowsky, 1936–2022

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      Abstract: Necrology
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  • The Transition to Late Antiquity on the Lower Danube: Excavations and
           Survey at Dichin, a Late Roman to Early Byzantine Fort and a Roman
           Aqueduct

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article By Andrew Poulter, with contributions by Michael Boyd, Anastasia Cholakova, Ventzislav Dinchev, Eleanor Ghey, Pam Grinter, Peter Guest, A. Hammon, Tania Hristova, Barbara Hurman, Cluny Johnstone, W.H. Manning, Heike Neumann, Rachel Parks, Thomas Smith, Vivien Swan, Roger Tomlin, Ivan Tsurov, Pavlina Vladkova, and Susan WattsBy Andrew PoulterReviewed by Carolyn S. Snively1Book Review
      PubDate: Sat, 01 Oct 2022 04:00:00 +000
       
 
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