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Comment: Ostia and Portus: nrs. 913-950.
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Reviews: D.C. Bellingham, JRS 74 (1984), 227-229; C. Havice, Woman's Art Journal 6 (1985), 56; G. Zimmer, Gnomon 54 (1982), 851-853; Ch. Bauchhenss-Thueriedl, BJb 184 (1984), 744-746.
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Reviews: P.B. Millet, JRA 27 (2014), 571-574.
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Comment: In AD 42, the Emperor Claudius initiated work on the construction of a new artificial harbour a short distance to the north of the mouth of the Tiber. The harbour facilities were enlarged at the instigation of the Emperor Trajan at the beginning of the second century AD, and Portus remained the principal port for the City of Rome into the Byzantine period. The surviving archaeological remains and comments by ancient sources make it clear that Portus lay at the heart of Rome's maritime fa‡ade. As well as being a key Mediterranean centre for passengers and for the loading, unloading, transshipment and storage of products from across the Empire, it was also designed to make an ideological statement about the supremacy of Rome in the world. Portus is, thus, of key importance to understanding Rome and her relationship to the Empire. The project that forms the subject of this book was designed to use non-destructive techniques of topographic and geophysical survey in combination with systematic surface collection to provide a new understanding of the plan of Portus. The work was undertaken between 1997 and 2002 as a collaboration between the Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici di Ostia, the British School at Rome, and the Universities of Southampton, Durham and Cambridge. This volume presents the full results of the survey and uses them as the basis for a re- evaluation of the whole port complex. The geophysical survey results are interpreted in the context of earlier work at the site in order to offer new perspectives on the character and development of the site. 360p, 233 b/w illus, one fold- out. ISBN 0904152472. Paperback. Price GB pound 49.50.
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Comment: In note 47 the author discusses the mosaic-inscription 'Statio Cunnulingiorum' from the Terme della Trinacria, and suggests that it was the unofficial nickname of a iuventus-type organisation (author's comment: 'but that was just speculating').
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Comment: On the group of Mars and Venus from the Aula del Gruppo di Marte e Venere.
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Comment: On fascist imitation of Ostian architecture.
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Comment: Ostia and harbour: 521-535.
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Comment: Abstract. The shipwrights and shipyards in the ancient Ports of Ostia and Portus. From the list of members of the association of shipwrights of Portus and Ostia and further inscriptions which provide information about the fabri navales and the associations of craftsmen co-operating with them (especially the stuppatores, restiones and pelliones), the high standing of the shipbuilding branch in the two harbour metropolises at the estuary of the Tiber in the imperial period can be clearly appreciated. An almost insatiable demand for transport space and the constant obligation to maintain and repair the seagoing and river vessels brought a large number of shipyards full order books and their owners great wealth and repute. However, unlike the vocational association of shipwrights in Ostia, the corpus fabrum navalium Portensium seems to have been subject to a direct state control already at the turn of the 3rd century which is ascribable to the requirements of the state-operated supply of grain for the city of Rome.
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Comment: Discusses a group of wrestlers from Ostia.
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