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1.‘Where high Moneta leads her steps sublime’: the ‘Tabularium’ and the Temple of Juno Moneta by P. L. Tucci
2.Roman pottery: models, proxies and economic interpretation by K. Greene
3.The process of building the Colosseum by L. C. Lancaster
4.Sacrifice and narrative on the Arch of the Argentarii at Rome by J. Elsner
5.The mock face of battle by E. Bartman
6.The extended metropolis: Urbs, suburbium and population by R. Witcher
7.The social distribution of Roman artefacts: nail-cleaners and brooches in Britain by H. Eckardt
8.Archaeologies of slavery and servitude: bringing ‘New World’ perspectives to Roman Britain by J. Webster
9.Selling people: Introduction to five papers by E. Fentress
10.Caveat emptor: towards a study of Roman slave-traders by J. Bodel
11.L’ ‘Agora des Italiens’: lo statarion di Delo? by F. Coarelli
12.Il “Calcidico” di Lepcis Magna era un mercato di schiavi? by P. Braconi
13.On the block: catastae, chalcidica and cryptae by E. Fentress
14.Iconografia della vendita di schiavi nell’antichità e oltre by G. Pucci
15.Gods walking on the roof: the evolution of terracotta statuary in Archaic Etruscan architecture by N. A. Winter
16.Poggio Colla: a N Etruscan settlement of the 7th-2nd c. B.C. by P. G. Warden, M. L. Thomas, A. Steiner and G. Meyers
17.The circus at Colchester by P. Crummy
18.Food, status, and the peculium of agricultural slaves by U. Roth
19.Ten dedications “To the gods and goddesses” and the Antonine Plague by C. P. Jones
20.The border of the frieze of the Column of Marcus Aurelius by M. Beckmann
21.Postscript: Further considerations on the carving of the frieze on the Column of Marcus Aurelius by A. Claridge
22.Roman copies of Myron’s Discobolus by A. Anguissola
23.Via Egnatia (Albania) Project: results of fieldwork 2002 by M. G. Amore, L. Bejko, Y. Cerova and I. Gjipali
24.The Graeco-Roman economy in the super long run: lead, copper, and shipwrecks by F. de Callataÿ
25.The urban limits of Roman and Byzantine Jerusalem: a view from the necropoleis by G. Avni
26.Cemeteries and significance tests by H. E. M. Cool & M. J. Baxter
27.Debate: Rethinking the later Roman landscape by K. Bowes & A. Gutteridge