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Roman port and fishery of Cosa

Anna Marguerite McCann

Roman port and fishery of Cosa

a short guide = Il porto romano e la peschiera di Cosa : guida breve

by Anna Marguerite McCann

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Published by American Academy in Rome in [Rome] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Harbors -- Italy -- Cosa (Extinct city),
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Italy -- Cosa (Extinct city),
  • Fisheries -- Italy -- Cosa (Extinct city),
  • Underwater archaeology -- Italy -- Cosa (Extinct city),
  • Cosa (Extinct city) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPorto romano e la peschiera di Cosa :
    StatementAnna Marguerite McCann.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDG70.C63 M34 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination78 p. :
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19499038M

    EL Will – Elizabeth Lyding Will, professor emerita of classics at both the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and Amherst College, passed away in Amherst, Massachusetts, on 19 August at the age of A noted specialist with Roman amphoras, Elizabeth Lyding received her B.A. A. M. McCANN and others, THE ROMAN PORT AND FISHERY OF COSA. A CENTER OF ANCIENT TRADE. Princeton: Princeton University Press, I Pp. xxiii+, pIs, 27 figs, 14 maps. ISBN II There are many reasons why this beautifully produced and copiously illustrated.

      She has authored a number of seminal essays and books, among them Roman Sarcophagi in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa, The Lost Wreck of the Isis, and Deep Water Archaeology. At present, she is working on two texts, The Deep-Sea Skerki Bank Shipwrecks, and The History of Underwater Archaeology and Technology. Dr. Reviews Reviews Book reviewed in this article: The Ferriby Boats—Seacraft of the Bronze Age. E. V. WRIGHT Maritime Archaeology—a Technical Handbook. JEREMY GREEN An American viewpoint. FRED HOCKER The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa. ANNA MARGUERITE McCANN and others Cortaillod‐Est et les villages du lac de Neuchâtel au Bronze final—No. 6 .

    A. M. McCann, et. al., The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa. A Center of Ancient Trade (Princeton NJ ). McCann "The Roman Port of Cosa," Scientific American ,3, , pp. McCann and Freed A. M. McCann and J. Freed, Deep Water Archaeology. A Late-Roman Ship from Carthage and an Ancient Trade Route near Skerki Bank off. Book review Full text access The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa: a short guide: (Full text in both English and Italian)ANNA MARGUERITE McCANN78 pp., illustrations, mostly colourPrice US$ or €15American Academy in Rome, , available from Oxbow Books, Oxford, OX1 1HN, UK, or David Brown Book Co, PO Box , Oakville, CT , USA; Libreria Archeologica, via di S. Giovanni in.


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The excavation of the earliest Roman port and fishery known establishes Cosa as the center for the flourishing commercial activities of the powerful Sestius family and extends the international trading picture of the Romans back to at least the early second century B.C. Originally published in The excavation of the earliest Roman port and fishery known establishes Cosa as the center for the flourishing commercial activities of the powerful Sestius family and extends the international trading picture of the Romans back to at least the early second century B.C.

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McCann conducted excavations of Cosa (a Latin colony in Tuscany) between and that resulted in the collaborative work The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa: A Center of Ancient Trade.

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Originally published in Cited by: The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa: A Center of Ancient Trade. Princeton University Press, Cosa was known as Ansedonia and its port as the Portus Finiliae.1 Its location has been debated, betello at this point appears to date to Roman times,Cited by: The excavation of the earliest Roman port and fishery known establishes Cosa as the center for the flourishing commercial activities of the powerful Sestius family and extends the international trading picture of the Romans back to at least the early second century B.C.

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the roman port and fishery of cosa: a center of ancient trade. princeton: princeton university press. XXXIII, p., photographs, figures, maps, 15 d. Users without a. The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa: A Center of Ancient Trade. Princeton: Princeton University Press, Pp.

xxxiii,plus 14 b/w maps, 6 color plates, b/w plates. $ ISBN Cosa is the site of excavations that began some forty years ago under the.

The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa, Princeton: Princeton University Press, (co-author), ISBN The Harbours of Caesarea Maritima. Vol. 1: The Site and the Excavations, BAR International Series, supplement(editor and co-author), ISBN Alma mater: Harvard University.

The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa: A Short Guide. Rome: American Academy in Rome. McCann, A.M., and J. Bourgeois, eds. The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa: A Center of Ancient Trade. Princeton: Princeton University Press. McCann, A.M., and J. Freed, eds.

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$ + $ ShippingSeller Rating: % positive.The Roman Port and Fishery of Cosa (Princeton): 74–97 Gazda, E. K. “Cosa's Contribution to the Study of Roman Hydraulic Concrete: An Historiographical Commentary.”Cited by: “The port and fishery: description of the extant remains and sequence of construction,” in McCann et al.

74– Gazda, E. “Cosa's contribution to the study of Roman hydraulic concrete: an historiographic commentary,” in Goldman, N. (ed.), New light on ancient Cosa: classical Mediterranean studies in honor of Cleo Rickman Cited by: