Exploring a Romano-African city: Thugga
Exploring a Romano-African city: Thugga

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Exploring a Romano-African city: Thugga

Acknowledgements

This course was written by Dr Phil Perkins

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Figure 1 Photo © Phil Perkins

Figure 2 Photo © Moscioni / German Archæological Institute, Rome

Figure 3 Photo © Phil Perkins

Figure 4 Photo © Sichtermann / German Archæological Institute, Rome

Figure 5 Photo © Phil Perkins

Figure 6 Photo © Phil Perkins

Figure 7 Photo © Phil Perkins

The video extracts are taken from AA309 produced by the BBC on behalf of the Open University © 2000 The Open University.

Plate 1 adapted from Poinsett, C. (1983) ‘Les Ruines de Dougga’, Tunis, Ministers des Affaires Culturelles, Institute National d’Archeolgie et d’Arts

Plate 2 adapted from Poinsett, C. (1983) ‘Les Ruines de Dougga’, Tunis, Ministers des Affaires Culturelles, Institute National d’Archeolgie et d’Arts

Plate 4 Photo © Musée National du Bardo, Tunis

Plate 5(a) Johns, C. (1971) ‘Arretine and Samian Pottery’, London, British Museum Press, © British Museum

Plate 5(b) Hayes, J.J.V. (1997) ‘Handbook of Mediterranean Roman Pottery’, London, British Museum Press, ©British Museum

Plate 6 Photos © Musée National du Bardo, Tunis

Plate 7 Photo © German Archæological Institute, Rome, DAI846497

Plate 8 Photo © Musée National du Bardo, Tunis

Colour Plate 5 Photo © Gilles Mermet

Colour Plate 6 Photo © Musée National du Bardo, Tunis

Colour Plate 7 Photo © Musée National du Bardo, Tunis

Colour Plate 8 Photo © Musée National du Bardo, Tunis

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