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freedmen/freedwomen, Greek  

David M. Lewis and Sara Zanovello

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May 2017
In the Greek world, manumission, which spelt the end of an individual’s life in slavery, was achieved in a variety of ways, but it often entailed legal obligations to remain (paramenein) ... More

Panskoye I  

Vladimir F. Stolba

Panskoye I is one of the most prominent and best-studied settlements in the rural territory of Chersonesus on the Tarkhankut Peninsula (north-western Crimea). Founded in the late 5th ... More

baking, Roman ,  

Jared T. Benton

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Nov 2016

shops and shopping ,  

Claire Holleran

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Aug 2016
Almost all inhabitants of the ancient world were dependent to varying degrees on retailers to supply them with at least some food items, raw materials, or manufactured goods, and this was ... More

poverty ,  

Neville Morley

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Jul 2016

institores ,  

Jean-Jacques Aubert

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May 2016

zeugitai  

Arnold Wycombe Gomme, Theodore John Cadoux, and P. J. Rhodes

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Mar 2016

wool  

J. P. Wild

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Mar 2016

wine, Greek and Roman  

Jeremy Paterson

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Mar 2016

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