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J. Theodore Peña is Chair of the Department of Classics at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. A specialist in the archaeology of the Roman economy and ceramic analysis, he is the author of The Urban Economy in the Early Dominate: Pottery Evidence from the Palatine Hill and The Mobilization of State Olive Oil in Roman Africa: The Evidence of Late 4th Century Ostraca from Carthage.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Pottery, Roman -- Classification.
Archaeology -- Methodology.
Material culture -- Rome.
Ethnoarchaeology -- Rome.
Pottery -- Recycling -- Rome.
Pottery, Roman -- Social aspects.
Classical antiquities.
Rome -- Antiquities.