At head of title: Institut National d"Arche ologie et d"Art ; American Schools of Oriental Research.
|Statement||conducted by the University of Michigan. Vol.4, 1976 / editor, J.H. Humphrey.|
|Contributions||Humphrey, J. H., Kelsey Museum., University of Michigan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii,187p.,11leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||187|
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The pottery found during excavations on the North Side of the Circular Harbour is published in this companion volume to Hurst's main report. A long sequence of finds from late Punic through to Byzantine will also make this an invaluable reference work, especially for the period between the late 1st century AD and the 2nd century AD (previously not well documented for Author: Michael Fulford, D. P. S. Peacock. 4. The site of Carthage 5. Davis gets to work 6. Mosaics discovered at Carthage before Davis’ excavations 7. The late Roman Mosaic of the Months and Seasons 8. Excavations on other sites in the Spring of 9. Punic votive stelae Excavation at Carthage in the second half of Davis moves outside Roman Carthage Davis’ late mosaic finds /5(1). UGA Excavation at Carthage, Athens, GA. 91 likes. Local Business. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a ers: Excavations at Carthage Lawrence E. Stager The Punic Project operates under an accord between the Tunisian Institut d'Archeologie et d'Art and the American Schools of Oriental Research. It is sponsored by the Harvard Semitic Museum and the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago, and funded by a generous grant from the Smithsonian Size: 1MB.
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