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Mary Beard has some nice
things to say about JRA in the TLS! Click
here to read. But actually, her suspicions
were unnecessary: no one can find any part of JRA
online until after all the print copies have dropped
through your letter-boxes.
The annual volume 31 (2018) was published on October 12. It has 1014 pages and is heavily illustrated in colour. As of Monday October 15 all of the domestic copies (about 500) have been mailed to our subscribers. We are now working on mailing the international subscribers' copies. Canadian copies will be mailed at the end of October. The online edition through Cambridge Journals Online will be available around October 22nd.
A highlight of fascicule 1
is the article by Massimo Osanna, "Games, banquets,
handouts, and the population of Pompeii as deduced
from a new tomb inscription". JRA greatly
appreciates the author's generosity in making the
full text freely available so soon after its
discovery. For a
precisely drawn apograph, CLICK HERE
(drawn by Arch. R. Martinelli, copyright M.
Osanna/Parco Archeologico di Pompei, not to be
reproduced without permission) and then use the
magnify (+) button on your browser to be able to
read the text or you can download the PDF to your
computer, use the magnifying icon, and scroll across
to read the full text. Photographs of the
inscription along with the full Latin text and
Italian translation are provided on our blog
A special section of fascicule 2 is devoted to the
Elephant mosaic panel at Huqoq, with two brand new
interpretations. See the introduction
to this section by K. M. D. Dunbabin here.
S107. The next
supplement, entitled Carthage Papers 2,
containing 12 chapters on different topics, is
now in proofs.
S106. THE ELEPHANT
MOSAIC PANEL IN THE SYNAGOGUE AT HUQOQ: OFFICIAL
PUBLICATION AND INITIAL INTERPRETATIONS, by
Karen Britt and Ra'anan Boustan. Paperback, 7 x
10 inch. 82 pages, 21 figures including colour.
Price $49.75. Prepublication price to JRA
individual subscribers $39.75. Available for
purchase at Boston AIA Jan 4-7.
elephant panel update: with information on
further discussions of the interpretation of the
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S22. Domestic space in the Roman world: Pompeii and beyond, pdf full-text now available of every chapter (and of the whole book at a cost of $60), the book itself being out of print. Please send email to jra@JournalofRomanArch.com. Individual chapters listed here.
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