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Elaine K. Gazda

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Building a New Rome


The essays in this volume bring to bear the latest scholarly and technological trends in archaeological research to shed light on the site of Pisidian Antioch in central Turkey. Drawing on 3-D virtual reality technology and archival material from a 1924 expedition, the authors propose new reconstructions of the city's major excavated monuments.





Paperback    £29.00
9780974187341 | Published: 2011
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Karanis, An Egyptian Town in Roman Times


Karanis in Egypt's Fayum region founded around 250BC housed a farming community with a diverse population and a complex material culture. It eventually proved to be an extraordinarily rich archaeological site, yielding tens of thousands of artefacts and papyri that provide a wealth of information about daily life in the Roman-period Egyptian town.





Paperback    £8.00
9780974187303 | Published: 2004
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Leisure and Luxury in the Age of Nero


Heavily illustrated volume, accompanying the exhibition, documents the lavish lifestyle of ancient Rome's wealthiest citizens in the Bay of Naples until AD 79, when the eruption of Mount Vesuvius buried many surrounding towns and villas. Many of the authors are members of the Oplontis Project team. Also contains a full catalogue of the exhibition.





Paperback    £29.00
9780990662341 | Published: 2016
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