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Specialist Studies on Italy

Specialist Studies on the Mediterranean

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About Specialist Studies on the Mediterranean

The series Specialist Studies on the Mediterranean  publishes work on all aspects of the ancient Mediterranean.  It includes a wide range of publication, including excavation and fieldwork reports, monographs, and collections of  seminar and conference papers. We welcome proposals for new additions to this series.  If you have a book proposal you would like us to consider, or would like further information about publishing with Accordia, please contact a member of the Editorial Committee (Dr E. Herring, Dr K. Lomas, Prof. R. Whitehouse, or Dr J. Wilkins)

For a pricelist and details of how to purchase books in this series, please see our page on How to Order


List of Titles

Kathryn Lomas, Ruth Whitehouse and John Wilkins (eds)
Literacy and the State in the Ancient Mediterranean

Edward Herring, Irene Lemos, Fulvia Lo Schiavo, Lucia Vagnetti, Ruth Whitehouse & John Wilkins (eds)
Across Frontiers. Papers in honour of David Ridgway and Francesca R. Serra Ridgway

John B. Wilkins and Edward Herring (eds)
Inhabiting symbols:  Symbol and image in the ancient Mediterranean

David Ridgway, Francesca R. Serra Ridgway, Mark Pearce, Edward Herring, Ruth Whitehouse and John Wilkins (eds)
Ancient Italy in its Mediterranean setting. Studies in honour of Ellen Macnamara
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Robert H. Tykot, Jonathan Morter and John E. Robb (eds)
Social dynamics of the prehistoric central Mediterranean

John B. Wilkins (ed.)
Approaches to the study of ritual: Italy and the ancient Mediterranean
[Out of Print]
(A digital reprint is being considered. 
If you are interested, to help us gauge demand, please register an interest by emailing the Series Editor, John Wilkins. This does not constitute an obligation to purchase if and when the reprint takes place)

K. Painter (ed.)
Churches built in ancient times: Recent studies in early Christian archaeology
[Out of Print]
(A digital reprint is being considered.  If you are interested, to help us gauge demand, please register an interest by emailing the Series Editor, John Wilkins. This does not constitute an obligation to purchase if and when the reprint takes place)


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