Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Sapienza University of Rome, 16th-19th March 2016
Sommario: - Łukasz Sokołowski, Portrait as a Medium? Interpreting Funerary Portrait Reliefs from Palmyra as a Means of Communication.
- Liana Brent, Disturbed, Damaged and Disarticulated: Grave Reuse in Roman Italy.
- Carla Brain, Venus in Pompeian Domestic Space: Decoration and Context.
- Polly Lohmann, Private Inscriptions in Public Places? The Ambiguous Nature of Graffiti from Pompeian Houses.
- Henry Clarke, Co–producing ‘Place’ and ‘Identity’ in the Upper Durius Valley.
- Damjan Donev, Were There Large Villages in the Balkan Provinces Under the High Empire?
- Kevin Ferrari, Studying Evolving Landscapes: Geomorphology as a Research Tool for Landscape Archaeology.
- Edoardo Vanni, Welcome-back Marx! Marxist Perspectives for Roman Archaeology at the End of the Post-Modern Era.
- Jesús García Sánchez, Method Matters. Some Comments on the Influence on Theory and Methodologies in Survey Based Research in Italy.
- Paul Pasieka, Crisis, Marxism and Reconstruction of Time.
- Antonella Pansini, The Domus of Apuleius at Ostia Antica: a Private Space in a Central Point of Public Life.