Series: Archaeological monographs of the British School at Rome

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Romans in Northern Campania: Settlement and Land-Use Around the Massico and Garigliano Basin (BSR Archaeological Reports) by Paul Arthur1
Roman landscapes: archaeological survey in the Mediterranean region by Graeme Barker2
Three south Etrurian churches: Santa Cornelia, Santa Rufina and San Liberato by Neil Christie4
Marble in antiquity : collected papers of J.B. Ward-Perkins by J. B. Ward-Perkins6
San Vincenzo al Volturno 1 : the 1980-86 excavations, part I by Richard Hodges7
San Vincenzo al Volturno 2 : the 1980-86 excavations, part II by Richard Hodges9
The hill-forts of the Samnites by S. P. Oakley10
Excavations at the Mola di Monte Gelato: a Roman and medieval settlement in south Etruria by T. W. Potter11
Naples, from Roman town to city-state : an archaeological perspective by Paul Arthur12
Between Text and Territory: Survey and Excavations in the Terra of San Vincenzo al Volturno (Archaeological Monographs) by Kim Bowes16

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