Roman glass in Germania Inferior interregional comparisons and recent results : proceedings of the international conference, held in the Gallo-Roman Museum in Tongeren (May 13th, 2005)

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Published by Provinciaal Gallo-Romeins Museum in Tongeren .

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  • Glassware, Roman -- Congresses,
  • Roman provinces -- Antiquities -- Congresses

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Statementdirected by G. Creemers, B. Demarsin & P. Cosyns.
GenreCongresses
SeriesAtvatvca -- 1, Atuatuca -- 1.
ContributionsCreemers, Guido., Demarsin, Bart., Cosyns, Peter., Provinciaal Gallo-Romeins Museum te Tongeren.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK5107.3 .R66 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination143 p. :
Number of Pages143
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23943522M
ISBN 10907460529X
ISBN 109789074605298
LC Control Number2008437682

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