Ceramics & Trading Patterns (Other Keyword)

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Archaeological Road Corridor Survey, Petrified Forest National Park, 1978 and 1979 (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Nancy Hammack.

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Map of northern Dacia (2011)
IMAGE Eric De Sena. Janne Ikaheimo.

Map of northern Dacia with Porolissum.

Map of Roman Empire with location of Porolissum (2011)
IMAGE Eric De Sena. Janne Ikaheimo.

Map of Roman Empire with location of Porolissum.

PFP 2004-2010 overview (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Eric De Sena.

This is an excerpt from a field manual we print for our field school students. The documents presents an overview of the results of the PFP seasons 2004, 2006-2010 (there was no field season in 2005).

PFP 2011 end-of-season report (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Eric De Sena. Robert Wanner.

This is an end-of-season report that provides an overview of the stratigraphy and features excavated in summer 2011 by the PFP. Area 11 (3 trenches) investigates a large public building on the north side of Porolissum's forum; Trench 22N investigated a late Roman hearth as well as earlier Roman features, including evidence of a wooden phase; Area 33 (two trenches) focused upon the SW corner of the forum.

Porolissum Forum Project
PROJECT Eric De Sena. Alexandru Matei.

The Porolissum Forum Project (www.porolissum.org) is a joint American-Romanian research endeavor whose mission it is to understand: 1) Roman building activity and usage within the area of the city's forum; 2) lifeways of the inhabitants of the Roman city, including socio-economic relationships with native European groups; 3) the nature of the site in the immediate post-Roman periods (after AD 271). Porolissum is one of the largest and best-preserved archaeological sites in all of Romania....