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Roman brick stamps in the Kelsey Museum

by John P. Bodel

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Published by University of Michigan Press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • KelseyMuseum of Archaeology -- Catalogs.,
  • Brick stamps -- Rome -- Catalogs.,
  • Brick stamps -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor -- Catalogs.,
  • Inscriptions, Latin -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p.

    Statementby John P. Bodel.
    SeriesStudies / Kelsey Museum of Archaeology -- 6, Studies (Kelsey Museum of Archaeology) -- 6.
    ContributionsKelsey Museum of Archaeology.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCN529.T5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21476169M
    ISBN 100472080393

    Bodel, KM = Bodel, Jolin P., Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum. (The University of Michigan, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology Studies, 6). Ann Arbor, MI, = KM. BullComm = Bullettino della Commissione Archeologica Comunale di Roma. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of John Bodel books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum. John Bodel. 31 Mar Paperback. US$ Add to basket. 29% off.

    and co-edited) include Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (Ann Arbor ), Epigraphic Evidence. Ancient History from Inscriptions (London ), Dediche sacre nel mondo Greco–Romano: Diffusione, funzioni, tipologie, with Mika Kajava (Rome ), and Ancient Documents and their Contexts, with Nora Dimitrova (Boston and Leiden ). Brickstamps of Constantinople. Request This. Author Bardill, Jonathan, author. Title Brickstamps of Constantinople / Jonathan Bardill. Format Book Published Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, Roman brick stamps in the Kelsey Museum. Bodel, John P.,

    Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (Kelsey Museum Studies) Rubber Stamp Celebrations: Dazzling Projects From Personal Stamp Exchange Russia Zemstvos Russian Postmarks Russian Railway Postmarks Sanabria: The World Airmail Catalogue (North .   1st-3rd century AD. A ceramic brick, rectangular in section and square in plan, stamped to one face with 'LEG I ITALI. kg, 19 cm (7 1/2"). UK art market, acquired prior to Legio Prima Italica was a Roman legion raised by Nero in 66 AD which served mainly on the Danube frontier, and was still in place in the 5th century AD.


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Genre/Form: Catalogs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bodel, John P., Roman brick stamps in the Kelsey Museum. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, © Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (Kelsey Museum Studies) Paperback – Ma by John Bodel (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and Cited by: 1.

Roman brick was almost invariably of a lesser height than modern brick, but was made in a variety of different shapes and sizes. Shapes included square, rectangular, triangular and round, and the largest bricks found have measured over three feet in length. Ancient Roman bricks had a general size of 1½ Roman feet by 1 Roman foot, but common variations up to 15 inches existed.

Kelsey Museum Studies 6. By John P. Bodel. A catalogue of the brick stamps in the Kelsey Museum, the largest Roman brick stamps in the Kelsey Museum book collection of such stamps outside Italy. 8 x /2.

pgs. photographs. (University of Michigan Press, ). Roman brick stamps in the Kelsey Museum / by John P. Bodel. Format Book Published Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c Description 93 p., xxviii p. of plates: ill.

; 27 cm. Other contributors Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. Uniform series Studies (Kelsey Museum of Archaeology) ; 6. Notes Bibliography: p. Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum.

John P. Bodel. A catalogue of the largest known collection of brick stamps outside Italy. Description. Series. Kelsey Museum Studies; You May Also Be Interested In. University of Michigan Press Greene Street Ann Arbor, MI The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology is a museum of archaeology located on the University of Michigan central campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the United museum is a unit of the University of Michigan's College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.

It has a collection of more thanancient and medieval artifacts from the civilizations of the Mediterranean and the Near ect: Spier and Rohns (original building), Hammond.

A variety of roman bricks can carry makers marks (= stamps) Graffiti on Roman bricks, mostly naming a brick worker and the quota of bricks made on certain days To the left a brick with a soldier`s footprint, to the left a typical nailed sole from a legionary sandal A bare.

Media in category "Ancient Roman brick stamps" The following 39 files are in this category, out of 39 total. Aquincum military brick of Cohors VIII Breucorum IMG jpg 5, × 3,; MB. Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum. John P. Bodel. A catalogue of the largest known collection of brick stamps outside Italy.

Studies in Ovid's Metamorphoses Book 2. Keith. A lucid analysis of the characterization of Ovidian narrative. University. John Bodel is Professor of Classics and History at Brown University. He writes about Roman social and cultural history, Latin epigraphy, and Latin literature of the Empire. His books include Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (), Graveyards and Groves: A Study of the Lex Lucerina (), Epigraphic Evidence: Ancient History from Inscriptions (editor, ), and Dediche sacre nel mondo Format: Paperback.

John Bodel is Professor of Classics and History at Brown University. He writes about Roman social and cultural history, Latin epigraphy, and Latin literature of the Empire.

His books include Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (), Graveyards and Groves: A Study of the Lex Lucerina (), Epigraphic Evidence: Ancient History from Inscriptions (editor, ), and Dediche sacre nel. Trademark History Timeline. John P.

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Role in the brick industry. According to research by Bloch, Stienby and Setälä, Marcus Rutilius Lupus was one of the most important persons in the history of the Roman brick industry, and is credited with the introduction of consular dating to the urban stamps in During the first decade of the second century, Rutilius, being a landowner and already a brick producer in Rome, started.

A Boston area book-promotor, author, and collector, Victor Gulotta, owns an opisthographic funerary plaque of unknown provenance inscribed on both sides with Latin epitaphs of the early imperial period. (Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum, Ann Arbor).

In addition to the pieces itemized below, the Kelsey Museum collections include. The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology supports teaching and research on Classical, Egyptian, and Near Eastern archaeology through stewardship of its rich collections, an active exhibitions program, and sponsorship of ongoing field research.

The Kelsey houses a collection of more thanartifacts, of which approximately 1, are on permanent display; in addition, the Museum mounts special. John Bodel is Professor of Classics and History at Brown University. He writes about Roman social and cultural history, Latin epigraphy, and Latin literature of the Empire.

His books include Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (), Graveyards and Groves: A Study of the Lex Lucerina (), Epigraphic Evidence: Ancient History from Inscriptions (editor, ), and Dediche sacre nel mondo Format: Ebook.

John Bodel is Professor of Classics and History at Brown University. He writes about Roman social and cultural history, Latin epigraphy, and Latin literature of the Empire. His books include Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (), Graveyards and Groves: A Study of the Lex Lucerina (), Epigraphic Evidence: Ancient History from Inscriptions (editor, ), and Dediche sacre nel mondo.

Roman brick is a type of brick with nominal dimensions of 16" x 6" x 4" (38 cm x 15 cm x 10 cm), making it longer and narrower ( ratio) than most types of brick (roughly a ratio).

Roman brick originated in Ancient Rome and was spread by the Romans to the lands they conquered. This type of brick was introduced to the United States by McKim, Mead and White, and was favored by American.

About the Author John Bodel is Professor of Classics and History at Brown University. He writes about Roman social and cultural history, Latin epigraphy, and Latin literature of the Empire. His books include Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (), Graveyards and Groves: A Study of the Lex Lucerina (), Epigraphic Evidence: Ancient History from Inscriptions (editor, ), and.Boak, Arthur E.

R.“Uncovering a Greco-Roman City in Egypt.”Michigan Alumnus 32 (): –8. Bodel, John Brick Stamps in the Kelsey sity of Michigan, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, Studies 6. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, Borders, James an and American Wind and Percussion Instruments: Cata-Cited by: 2.Books: Roman Brick Stamps in the Kelsey Museum (University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor ) Graveyards and Groves.A Study of the Lex Lucerina (American Journal of Ancient History 11) (Cambridge, Mass.

) Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the U.S.A.:A Checklist, with Stephen Tracy (The American Academy in Rome: Rome ).