Thematic Index of Classics in JStor
fort, wall, ditch, information, roman_britain, building, pottery, britain, street, road, rampart, stone, wide, sent, buildings, early, ditches, gate, plan, period, camp, occupation, defences, timber, revealed, coins, forts, clay, directed, romano-british, excavated, bank, miles, farm, fourth_century, antonine, enclosure, town, scotland, hadrian, house, line, britannia, flavian, villa, richmond, colchester, iron_age, built, castle

2002

Roman Britain in 2001. Barry C. Burnham, F. Hunter, A. P. Fitzpatrick, M. W. C. Hassall, R. S. O. Tomlin. Britannia. (2002), pp. 275-371 List themes Full text (11165 theme words)
A Survey of the Coin Finds from the Antonine Wall. Richard Abdy. Britannia. (2002), pp. 189-217 List themes Full text (2069 theme words)
The Excavation of Insula IX, Silchester: The First Five Years of the 'Town Life' Project, 1997-2001. Amanda Clarke, Michael Fulford. Britannia. (2002), pp. 129-166 List themes Full text (1564 theme words)
The Textile Industries of Roman Britain. J. P. Wild. Britannia. (2002), pp. 1-42 List themes Full text (1455 theme words)
Pre-Flavian Kilns at Greenhouse Farm and the Social Context of Early Roman Pottery Production in Cambridgeshire. David Gibson, Gavin Lucas. Britannia. (2002), pp. 95-127 List themes Full text (1059 theme words)
The Development of the Roman Road System in the North-West: The Evidence of the Samian Ware. Felicity Wild. Britannia. (2002), pp. 268-274 List themes Full text (844 theme words)
The Events of A.D. 43: Further Reflections. David Bird. Britannia. (2002), pp. 257-263 List themes Full text (686 theme words)
Lamp Production in West Stockwell Street, Colchester. Hella Eckardt. Britannia. (2002), pp. 77-93 List themes Full text (399 theme words)
Two Roman Place-Names in Wales: Alabum and Varis. Andrew Breeze. Britannia. (2002), pp. 263-265 List themes Full text (367 theme words)
The Name of Lutudarum, Derbyshire. Andrew Breeze. Britannia. (2002), pp. 266-268 List themes Full text (361 theme words)
The Collegium Peregrinorum at Silchester. Sheppard Frere, Michael Fulford. Britannia. (2002), pp. 167-175 List themes Full text (349 theme words)
The Sepulchral Monument of the Procurator C. Julius Classicianus. R. D. Grasby, R. S. O. Tomlin. Britannia. (2002), pp. 43-75 List themes Full text (255 theme words)
Agathangelus the Bronzesmith: The British Finds in Their Continental Context. Kordula Gosten─Źnik. Britannia. (2002), pp. 227-256 List themes Full text (233 theme words)
John Dee, Harleian MS 473, and the Early Recording of Roman Inscriptions in Britain. Leslie W. Hepple. Britannia. (2002), pp. 177-181 List themes Full text (190 theme words)
The North-South Divide Revisited: Thoughts on the Character of Roman Britain. Andrew Sargent. Britannia. (2002), pp. 219-226 List themes Full text (165 theme words)
The Settlement of Veterans Discharged from Auxiliary Units Stationed in Britain. J. C. Mann. Britannia. (2002), pp. 183-188 List themes Full text (157 theme words)
Machines, Power and the Ancient Economy. Andrew Wilson. Journal of Roman Studies. (2002), pp. 1-32 List themes Full text (100 theme words)
Colonia Marciana Traiana Thamugadi: Dynasticism in Numidia. Thomas H. Watkins. Phoenix. (Spring - Summer, 2002), pp. 84-108 List themes Full text (75 theme words)
Tracking the Samnites: Landscape and Communications Routes in the Sangro Valley, Italy. Tyler Bell, Andrew Wilson, Andrew Wickham. American Journal of Archaeology. (Apr., 2002), pp. 169-186 List themes Full text (48 theme words)
A Ketos in Early Athens: An Archaeology of Whales and Sea Monsters in the Greek World. John K. Papadopoulos, Deborah Ruscillo. American Journal of Archaeology. (Apr., 2002), pp. 187-227 List themes Full text (21 theme words)
Corrigendvm: Roman Britain in 1990. Britannia. (2002), pp. 371 List themes Full text (17 theme words)
The "Columnae Coc(h)lides" of Trajan and Marcus Aurelius. Martin Beckmann. Phoenix. (Autumn - Winter, 2002), pp. 348-357 List themes Full text (10 theme words)
Columella's Living Hedge: The Roman Gardening Book. John Henderson. Journal of Roman Studies. (2002), pp. 110-133 List themes Full text (9 theme words)
Cleopatra's Nose, Naso and the Science of Chaos. G. Liveley. Greece & Rome. (Apr., 2002), pp. 27-43 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
The Deification of Claudius. Duncan Fishwick. Classical Quarterly. (2002), pp. 341-349 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
The Three Graces: Composition and Meaning in a Roman Context. Jane Francis. Greece & Rome. (Oct., 2002), pp. 180-198 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
The Statue Monument of Oecumenius: A New Portrait of a Late Antique Governor from Aphrodisias. R. R. R. Smith. Journal of Roman Studies. (2002), pp. 134-156 List themes Full text (5 theme words)