HEROM Volume 7 Issue 1 & 2, 2018
Journal on Hellenistic and Roman Material Culture
Edited by Jeroen Poblome, Daniele Malfitana, and John Lund
Journal - e
HEROM is an online journal presenting innovative contributions to the
study of material culture produced, exchanged, and consumed within the spheres
of the Hellenistic kingdoms and the Roman world. The journal publishes papers
in the full range of the scholarly field and in all relevant academic
disciplines within the arts, humanities, social sciences and environmental
sciences. HEROM creates a bridge between material culture specialists and the
wider scientific community, with an interest in how humans interacted with and
regarded artefacts from the late 4th century BC to the 7th century AD.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: New publisher for the Journal HEROM from 2019 onwards
We regret to inform you that HEROM Journal on Hellenistic and Roman Material Culture will no longer be published by Leuven University Press. From January 2019 onwards the journal will be published by the Institute for Archaeological and Monumental Heritage of the National Research Council (IBAM-CNR) in Catania, Italy.
The final volume published by Leuven University Press, volume 7, appeared as one single issue in November 2018. This issue combines the Spring and Fall issue. All issues of the journal published by Leuven University Press are available for download.
Go to www.heromjournal.it for issues published by Institute for Archaeological and Monumental Heritage of the National Research Council (IBAM-CNR).
Reflections on how to most efficiently process and publish ceramic material
Rapporti commerciali fra la Sicilia occidentale e l’Italia centro-tirrenica fra IV-III sec. a.C.: i dati della cultura materiale
Fine-tuning the chronology of Knidian amphora stamps (Periods IVB and V) by means of seriation
Rolling the dice: Public game boards from Sagalassos
Format: Journal - e
Size: 229 × 152 mm
Publication: November 08, 2018
Jeroen Poblome is Professor of Archaeology at KU Leuven and coordinates the Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project.