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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...

The most recent BABESCH Supplement

Understanding Standardization and Variation in Mediterranean Ceramics:
Mid 2nd to Late 1st Millennium BC

BABESCH Supplement 25

edited by

Antonis Kotsonas

More information about this and other BABESCH Supplements can be found here

Articles in the current issue, volume 88 - 2013
for the full contents and abstracts of the articles, click here

Laura Ambrosini
Vasellame metallico configurato a sirena: contatti ed influenze tra Etruria, Grecia e Magna Grecia

Jeffrey M. Hurwit
Marker of Death
A Note on the Swastika in Attic Geometric Art

Lionello Morandi
La necropoli orientalizzante della Banditella a Marsiliana d'Albegna
Considerazioni sulle combinazioni di corredo e su alcuni aspetti rituali

L. Bouke van der Meer
Campo della Fiera at Orvieto and Fanum Voltumnae: identical places?

Jean-Marc Moret
Les Iconocentristes, les Philodramatistes et les Arbitres

Martin Langner
Grundlagen der Chronologie spätrotfiguriger Vasen aus Athen

Sadi Maréchal
Roman Public Baths in Modern Libya

Riemer Knoop
Distinguishing colours
A colorimetric approach to architectural terracottas from Satricum
(Le Ferriere, Latina)

Elon D. Heymans
The Bronze Boxer from the Quirinal revisited: a construction-related deposition of sculpture

Gertrud Platz-Horster
Herakles in Brabant. Die Amethyst-Gemme aus Sint-Oedenrode

Jasper Gaunt
Two archaic bronze Krateres Lakonikoi?
The dedications of Phanodikos son of Hermokrates of Prokonnesos and of Phalaris tyrant of Akragas

K. Van Liefferinge
Water use and management in the Classical and Early Hellenistic silver industry of Thorikos and the Laurion