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Author: Pedro Paulo A. Funari
ISBN: 0860548392
Pages: 137 pages
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports (December 31, 1996)
Language: English
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e-Book Dressel 20 Inscriptions from Britain and the Consumption of Spanish Olive Oil (BAR British Series) epub download

by Pedro Paulo A. Funari



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With a catalogue of stamps. Author: Pedro Paulo A. Publication Year: 1996. − Recently published. Castrum Portae Jovis Mediolani.

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BAR British Series 250 1996. Painted Inscriptions and Grafiti . The consumption of olive-oil has traditionally been considered a good evidence of the adoption of Roman ways and there would be no amphora borne inscriptions in Latin, painted, scratched or stamped if there were no Romanization.

Pedro Paulo A. Funari

Pedro Paulo A. Funari

publication in 1996 of his book Dressel 20 inscriptions from Britain and the. consumption of Spanish olive oil . Furthermore, a series of maps with the distribution of Dressel 20 stamps.

publication in 1996 of his book Dressel 20 inscriptions from Britain and the. consumption of Spanish olive oil: with a catalogue of stamps. evident from the start the importance of olive oil consumption in Roman. Britain, since the Dressel 20 amphorae were the most represented. from different chronological periods clearly identified the movements of. the Roman army in each phase (Carreras and Funari, 1998, figures 28-32). Thereby, it was evident that Dressel 20 consumption of olive-oil was. related to a military detachments, perhaps a part of the so-called. Funari has written: 'Dressel 20 Inscriptions from Britain and the Consumption of Spanish Olive Oil (British Archaeological Reports (BAR) British . ' 'Palmares, ontem e hoje' - subject(s): Blacks, History, Maroons. What has the author Paulo Pedro Leal written?

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Funari, Pedro Paulo A. Dressel20 Inscriptionsfrom Britain and the Consunlption of Spanish Oliue Oil with a Catalogue of Stamps. BAR British Series 250, Oxford, 1996. William E. Mime University of Vermont

Funari, Pedro Paulo A. Mime University of Vermont. P. edro Funari's new volume in the BAR series is a study of a body of epigraphic material important for our understanding of the economic interrelationsliips of the provinces of the Roman Empire during the first three centuries of the conimon era. It was during tlie first century .

Personal Name: Funari, Pedro Paulo . BAR British series ; 250. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 87-89). Geographic Name: Great Britain Antiquities, Roman.

Personal Name: Funari, Pedro Paulo A. Publication, Distribution, et. Oxford BAR British series ; 250.

Includes Dressel 20 amphorae and inscriptions .

Includes Dressel 20 amphorae and inscriptions - Excavation data Iconography and Paleography Exporting Baetican Potteries Olive-Oil in Roman London Discussion of the Vindolanda Evidence Spanish Olive-Oil Consumption patterns in three British Roman settlements References, and much more. Home Funari, Pedro Paulo Abreu [Lecturer in Ancient History in the. Olive-Oil Consumption Patterns in Roman Britain, with an Index.

Although amphorology is now a thriving subject the epigraphy of their inscriptions has been neglected. Funari provides an introductory discussion of epigraphy, a catalogue of stamps found in England with an economic analysis and chronological study. He also includes a large corpus of epigraphic material found in Britain - 260 instances of painted inscriptions, graffiti and stamps. Funari's thesis makes this useful class of evidence more available to non-specialist scholars.