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Open Access Journal: Rosetta: Papers of the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity, University of Birmingham

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[First posted in AWOL 6 November 2009. Most recently updated 19 October 2021]

Rosetta: Papers of the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity, University of Birmingham
ISSN 1752-1580
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The Rosetta journal is aimed at postgraduates and professionals from a variety of historical and archaeological disciplines.
Within Rosetta you will find articles covering a wide scope of archaeology, history and classics subjects, book reviews, museum and conference reports. There are also links to other sites of interest and forthcoming seminars and conferences.
This journal is an online, electronic journal and is free to view; we welcome submissions from any related area.

Rosetta Journal Issue #26. Summer 2021

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Lluís Jerez i Bertolín: Editorial

Articles

Giulia Freni: ‘The P.Oxy. 5242 and perfume recipes in the ancient world’

Konstantinos Karatolios: ‘Social stability and mobility through marriage in Metochites' On Education and in Velthandros and Chrysantza’

Book Reviews

Alexander Moore: ‘Edward J. Watts, Mortal Republic: How Rome Fell Into Tyranny. New York: Basic Books. 2018. xi, 336, figs. 17. ISBN 978-0-465-09381-6 (Hbk). $32.00.’

Notes and Shorter Pieces

Foivi-Eirini Georgiadi: ‘Classicising histories, chronicles, and the advantages and disadvantages that are associated with these terms as used by modern scholars to describe Byzantine historical narratives’

Rosetta Journal Special Edition CAHA Colloquium Abstracts. May 2021

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Abstracts

Hebe Barlow: 'The arena city: the blurring of living and entertainment spaces in YA Dystopian Literature'

Laura Clark: 'Health and Disease in Early Byzantine Burials from the Near East'

Christopher Davies: 'Burial Trends in Early Iron Age Boeotia, a comparison between urban and rural sites'

Teifion Gambold: 'Becoming Roman? “Militarised urbanisation” and the transformation of rurality in Roman provincial society'

Lluís Jerez i Bertolín: 'Just Laws and Restrained Insolences: The Rationale behind the Use of Waged Harvesting Gangs in the Roman World'

Panagiota Mantouvalou: 'Elite and Industrial Residences in late Antique and Byzantine Athens'

David Marsh: 'The Trade and Use of Roman Glass in Ancient Times'

Tim Morrison: 'Cicero's advert for the charms of rural life? The praise of farming and nature in De Senectute'



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