HEROM

HEROM

Journal on Hellenistic and Roman Material Culture
Edited by Kristina Winther Jacobsen, Jeroen Poblome, Daniele Malfitana, John Lund

Volume 2

HEROM is an annual journal presenting innovative contributions to the study of material culture produced, exchanged, and consumed within the spheres of the Hellenistic kingdoms and the Roman world. The journal publishes papers in the full range of the scholarly field and in all relevant academic disciplines within the arts, humanities, social sciences and environmental sciences. HEROM creates a bridge between material culture specialists and the wider scientific community, with an interest in how humans interacted with and regarded artefacts from the late 4th century BC to the 7th century AD.

The journal seeks to provide more visibility for studies of material culture in many ways which are not necessarily covered by existing scholarly journals or conference proceedings. HEROM studies material culture in its totality, with a view to clarifying the complex wider implications of such evidence for understanding a host of issues concerning the economy, society, daily life, politics, religion, history of the ancient world, among other aspects.

The theme of the second volume is "Artifact Variability, Assemblage Differentiation, and Identity Negotiation: Debating Code-switching in Material Culture."

Jeroen Poblome

Jeroen Poblome is Professor of Archaeology at KU Leuven and coordinates the Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project.


Contributions:

HEROM
Journal on Hellenistic and Roman Material Culture
The third volume of the journal presenting innovative contributions to the study of material culture produced, exchanged, and consumed within the Hellenistic kingdoms and the Roman world from the late fourth century BC to the seventh century AD.



Exempli Gratia
Sagalassos, Marc Waelkens and Interdisciplinary Archaeology



Herom
Journal on Hellenistic and Roman Material Culture
Volume 1. This annual journal presents innovative contributions to the study of material culture produced, exchanged, and consumed within the spheres of the Hellenistic kingdoms and the Roman world.



Sagalassos IV
Report on the Survey and Excavation Campaigns of 1994 and 1995



Sagalassos III
Report on the Fourth Excavation Campaign of 1993
Several disciplines integrate the town again within its ancient environment and document the central role which Sagalassos played in the area.



Sagalassos II
Report on the Third Excavation Campaign of 1992
Several disciplines integrate the town again within its ancient environment and document the central role which Sagalassos played in the area.









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The Early Christian Tradition
Jeffrey Burton Russell

Series

HEROM

Subjects

Social Science : Archaeology
Interdisciplinary Studies : Classics
History : History / Ancient and Classical

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