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Supplements to the Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome (Series)

The Supplements to the Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome presents publications of the Academy’s historical holdings of material remains on its campus in Rome, as well as the results of selected conferences and archaeological excavations conducted under the Academy’s auspices.  

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Cosa

The Sculpture and Furnishings in Stone and Marble

Surveys the beautiful but functional marbles from Roman Cosa

Cosa

The Roman and Greek Amphoras

A long-awaited study of amphoras from the Roman Republican colony of Cosa

Ritual Matters

Material Remains and Ancient Religion

An international, cross-disciplinary investigation of ancient religious practices and their material remains yields fresh insights and poses new questions
 

The Hellenistic, Roman, and Medieval Glass from Cosa

A landmark contribution to our knowledge of the Roman glass industry in the Western Mediterranean
 

The Collection of Antiquities of the American Academy in Rome

A comprehensive presentation of the ancient and diverse artifacts from the American Academy in Rome’s collection.
 

Memoria Romana

Memory in Rome and Rome in Memory

An illumination of memory-the defining aspect of Roman civilization

Symbols of Wealth and Power

Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.

The new definitive text on Etruscan terra-cottas

Excavations in the Area Sacra of Vesta (1987-1996)

The definitive work on the excavation of the Temple of Vesta

Role Models in the Roman World

Identity and Assimilation

An inter-disciplinary examination of the use of role models in articulating social and cultural identities in the Roman world

The Maritime World of Ancient Rome

An exploration of new research on subjects relating to the maritime life of Rome and its vast empire

Cosa

The Black-Glaze Pottery 2

New and reconsidered black-glaze pottery from the Roman Republican colony of Cosa

The Serpent and the Stylus

Essays on G. B. Piranesi

New essays that shed light on the shadowy figure of Piranesi

Cosa

The Italian Sigillata

A detailed description of site findings from one of the most important sources on Republican and Early Imperial Etruria

Cosa V

An Intermittent Town, Excavations 1991-1997

A presentation of seven years' archaeological excavation, research, and analysis of the site of Cosa

The Ancient Art of Emulation

Studies in Artistic Originality and Tradition from the Present to Classical Antiquity

Are copies of Greek and Roman masterpieces as important as the originals they imitate?

Cosa III

The Buildings of the Forum: Colony, Municipium, and Village