B A B E S C H Annual Papers on Mediterranean Archaeology
B a b e s c h
Annual Papers on Mediterranean Archaeology


BABESCH (formerly Bulletin Antieke Beschaving) is a peer-reviewed periodical, published annually since its foundation in 1926. One of the main objectives of this established journal is to provide a forum for archaeologists whose research and fieldwork focus on Mediterranean Archaeology. Read more...

Announcement of the most recent BABESCH Supplement

Caddeddi on the Tellaro
A late Roman Villa in Sicily and its Mosaics

BABESCH Supplement 28

Roger Wilson

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Articles in the current issue, volume 90 - 2015
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Gert-Jan Burgers, Raphaëlle-Anne Kok-Merlino & Renato Sebastiani
The Imperial Horrea of the Porticus Aemilia

Dyfri Williams
A Cantharus from ancient Betar near Jerusalem (the so-called Warren Cup) and Roman Silver Plate

Armando Cristilli
Le evidenze greche e romane nell’Insula Episcopalis di Napoli: una nuova ricostruzione storico-strutturale

Philipp Baas
Fasti Capitolini, Parther- und Actiumbogen – Monumente augusteischer Siegespropaganda

Amy Sowder Koch
Far from the Fountains: Inscriptions on Bronze Hydriai and the Uses of Water Jars in Ancient Greece

Babette Bechtold
Cartagine e le città punico-siciliane fra il IV e la metà del III sec. a.C.: continuità e rotture nella produzione anforica siciliana

Claudia-Maria Behling
The so-called tomb of Eustorgios at Thessalonike (Greece)

L. Bouke van der Meer
The impact of Rome on luci (sacred glades, clearings and groves) in Italy

Enrico Angelo Stanco
Una dedica ad Augusto e le porte di Alife

Edwin de Vries
On the location of Aziris, the earliest Greek settlement on the Libyan mainland

Francesco Marcattili
L’altare del vicus Sandaliarius agli Uffizi. Culto compitale e politiche dinastiche nel 2 a.C.

Ruurd B. Halbertsma
Nulli tam laeti triumphi – Constantine’s victory on a reworked cameo in Leiden

Paul Stephenson
A Note on the Constantinian Cameo, Now in Leiden

Paolo Persano
Syriskos a Chiusi: Iconografia e attribuzione di uno stamnos attico del pittore di Copenhagen