Published June 1992
by Journal of Roman Archaeology .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||334|
Publications on Leptiminus. Books. Ben Lazreg, N. and D.J. Mattingly (eds.). Leptiminus (Lamta): A Roman Port City in Tunisia, Report no. 1 (Journal of Roman. Leptiminus (Lamta, Tunisia) was an important harbor town, although not in the premier league of Roman ports with Ostia, Alexandria, Carthage, and Lepcis Magna. The Encyclopedia of Ancient History Author: Lea Stirling, David L. Stone. Front Matter. Leptiminus (Lamta) Report No. 3 on the field survey presents the results of ten years of survey work () undertaken in the Tunisian coastal town. 1 The well-illustrated publication contains summaries of the outcomes of the environmental studies and geophysical survey, and its core chapters synthesise the conclusions on the site of Leptiminus . This book presents a challenge to the long held view that the predominantly agricultural economies of ancient Greece and Rome were underdeveloped. It shows that the exploitation of .
Only in recent years has archaeology begun to examine in a coherent manner the transformation of the landscape from classical through to medieval times. In Landscapes of Change, . By N. Carayon and S. Keay. Since the 19 th c onwards, the remains of the ancient Leptiminus have been visited, described and excavated by numerous scholars. A preliminary account of these visits and early reports on major monuments at the site was published in the first volume of the reports of the joint Tunisian and American Leptiminus . Lemta historically Leptiminus is a town in Tunisia with a history going back over 3, years. History. The history of the town starts in the 13th century b.c.e. with the founding attributed to Phoenician sailors. Leptiminus. Between and she was a Co-director of excavation at Leptiminus (modern Lemta). Stirling held a Canada Council Research Chair (Tier II) between and In the Fall of , she was .
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Ben Lazreg, N. Leptiminus (Lamta). Ann Arbor, MI: [University of Michigan], (DLC) (OCoLC) A cemetery and mausoleum on the W edge of Leptiminus: salvage excavations and recording, (site ) / D.J. Mattingly and S. Heath --Un cimetière romain sur Jebel Lahmar près de Dhahret . From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. early evidence example excavated fact floor Greek identified important initiation Insula Italy kiln land langue late later Latin least Leptiminus . BOOK REVIEWS [AJA tablinum was used for different purposes according to the time of day. The specific rituals of visiting and eat- of Leptiminus in the mid Imperial period (second-early fourth .