David Mattingly’s long-awaited book on North Africa and the Romans
In this monograph, Henry T. Wright reports on the results of a four-year archaeological survey on the northeast coast of Madagascar, near the town of Vohémar. Researchers found evidence of a roughly 600-year-old port site; early estuarine villages of the 7th and 8th centuries; and a rock shelter with microlithic tools.
What the humanities can teach us about COVID-19
Explores nearly 1,000 years of habitation at Gabii
Uncovering Roman Republican life through food
Detailed insight on writings from a Late Antique settlement in Egypt