Latest from the Journal of Roman Archaeology

Dear Friends and Colleagues,Two days ago we published three supplements, and would like to offer them to our individual subscribers at an even lower price until February 28th:

S80. ROMAN SCULPTURE IN ASIA MINOR. Proceedings of the International Conference to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Italian excavations at Hierapolis in Phrygia, edited by F. D’Andria and I. Romeo. 385 pages on 80# enamel gloss, about 340 figs. List price $149.00 Web price to individuals $119.00 Price to individual JRA subscribers $99.00

S81. THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF SANCTUARIES AND RITUAL IN ETRURIA, edited by N. T. de Grummond and I. Edlund-Berry. 167 pages, 148 figs. List price $87.00 Web price to individuals $69.50. Price to individual JRA subscribers to JRA $59.50.

S82. EARLY ROMAN THRACE: NEW EVIDENCE FROM BULGARIA, edited by Ian P. Haynes. 158 pages, 178 figs. List price $87.00 Web price to individuals $69.50. Price to individual subscribers to JRA $59.50.

We would like also to mention the two supplements publised two months ago:

S78. ROMAN DIASPORAS: ARCHAEOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO MOBILITY AND DIVERSITY IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE, edited by Hella Eckardt. 246 pages, 50 figs. List price $87.00 Web price to individuals $69.50.

S79. THE FORMATION OF ROMAN URBANISM, 338-200 B.C.: between contemporary foreign influence and Roman tradition, by Jamie Sewell. 190 pages, 63 figures. List price $87.00 Web price to individuals $69.50.

For the tables of contents of all these volumes, please click on the individual title on the home page at

http://www.journalofromanarch.com/

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