ASMOSIA XI. Interdisciplinary Studies of Ancient Stone

DANIELA MATETIĆ POLJAK – KATJA MARASOVIĆ (ÉDS.)

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF ASMOSIA, SPLIT, 18–22 MAY 2015
(SPLIT 2018) ISBN 978-953-6617-49-4

Contributions sur l’Afrique:

  • S. Ardeleanu, Giallo antico in Context. Distribution, Use and Commercial Actors According to New Stratigraphic Data from the Western Mediterranean (2nd c. BC – late 1st c. AD), 155-165
  • John J. Herrmann and Donato Attanasio, Thasian Connections Overseas: Sculpture in the Cyrene Museum (Libya) Made of Dolomitic Marble from Thasos, 457-466
  • Robert H. Tykot, Ouahiba Bouzidi, John J. Herrmann and Annewies van den Hoek, Marble on Rome’s Southwestern Frontier: Tamugadi and Lambaesis, 467-480
  • Luisa Musso, Laura Buccino, Matthias Bruno, Donato Attanasio and Walter Prochaska, Marble and Sculpture at Lepcis Magna (Tripolitania, Libya): a Preliminary Study Concerning Origin and Workshops, 481-490
  • Ameur Younès, Mohamed Gaied and Wissem Gallala, The Green Schist Marble Stone of Jebel El Hairech (North West of Tunisia): a Multi-Analytical Approach and its Uses in Antiquity, 659-672
  • Younès Rezkallah and Ramdane Marmi, Building Materials and the Ancient Quarries at Thamugadi (East of Algeria), Case Study: Sandstone and Limestone, 673-682