Opuscula Romana 25-26 (2000-2001)


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Suzanne Dixon | How do you count them if they’re not there? New perspectives on Roman cloth production (pp. 7-17)

Dominic Ingemark | Literacy in Roman Britain: the epigraphical evidence (pp. 19-30)

Viktoria Laeben-Rosén | The importance of patricians as symbolic carriers of tradition in late-Antonine and Severan society (pp 31-44)

Peter Liljenstolpe | Rustication and decor in Roman architecture: their reflection in the architecture of the 16th century with special attention to their use in the classical orders (pp. 45-72)

Eva Minten | Roman children and their pets: a socio-iconographical survey (pp. 73-77)

Mia-Maria Salomonsson | Roman legates in the Republic (pp. 79-88)

Martin Söderlind | Romanization and the use of votive offerings in the eastern Ager Vulcentis (pp. 89-102)

Örjan Wikander | Senators and equites VIII. The cognomina of new men in the Late Republic (pp. 103-108)

Ingela M.B. Wiman & Sten Ekman | Man and nature in Etruria: natural resources management in the Massetano area (Tuscany, Italy) (pp. 109-124)

Book reviews

Ingela M.B. Wiman | L. Bonfante, Corpus Speculorum Etruscorum: USA 3. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art (pp. 125-128)

Martin Söderlind | J.W. Bouma, Religio Votiva: the archaeology of Latial votive religion. The 5th-3rd-c. BC votive deposit south west of the main temple at “Satricum” Borgo Le Ferriere I-III (pp. 128-131)

Allan Klynne | B. Hedinger, Die frühe Terra sigillata vom Monte Iato, Sizilien (Ausgrabungen 1971-1988), und frühkaiserzeitliche Fundkomplexe aus dem Peristylhaus I (pp. 131-133)

Books received (p. 134)

Guide for contributors to Opuscula Atheniensia and Opuscula Romana (pp. 135-138)

Bibliographical information

Opuscula Romana. Annual of the Swedish Institute in Rome (OpRom) 25-26, Stockholm 2001. ISSN: 0471-7309. ISBN: 91-7042-164-1. Softcover, 138 pages.

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