The archaeology of death in Roman Syria : burial, commemoration, and empire
In the first centuries of the Common Era, an eclectic collection of plain and embellished underground and aboveground tombs filled the cemeteries of the Roman province of Syria. Its inhabitants used rituals of commemoration to express messages about their local identity, family, and social position,...
|Main Author:||Jong, Lidewijde de.|
Cambridge University Press,
xv, 365 pages : illustrations.
The archaeology of death in Roman Syria : burial, commemoration, and empire. [Print]
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