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(Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2023-10-31)Współczesne banki działające w gospodarce opartej na wiedzy nieustannie poszukują źródeł poprawy swojej konkurencyjności i atrakcyjności w stosunku do sektora bankowego. Niezbędna staje się zatem umiejętność elastycznego ...
Not only Monte Testaccio: Reflections about the Presence of Baetican Olive Oil Amphorae in Rome (and Ostia) during the Middle Imperial Age (2nd–early 3rd Centuries AD) Emerging from the Findings at the ‘Terme di Elagabalo’ in Rome (2021-12-30)The quantities of Baetican amphorae Dressel 20 found in the Middle Imperial contexts (2nd–early 3rd centuries AD) discovered during the excavations in the so-called ‘Terme di Elagabalo’ in Rome are added to those discovered ...
El papel de la Bahía de Mazarrón (Murcia) en los contactos comerciales mediterráneos en época romana (2021-12-30)For many years I have dedicated myself to the study of commercial contacts between the Roman provinces, based on research on amphorae. The knowledge of the production of the amphorae of Baetica and the deposits of the ...
Świątynie kultu cesarskiego w stolicach prowincjonalnych w "Hispanii (Tarraco, Emerita Augusta, Corduba) – status quaestionis" (2021-12-30)The beginnings of the imperial cult in Hispania are connected with the reign of Augustus. According to Quintilian, an altar dedicated to him was erected in Tarraco (Hispania Citerior) when the emperor was still alive. After ...
(2021-12-30)The dictatorship of General Franco in Spain resorted to two characters of ancient Iberian history to promote Franco’s authoritarianism: Viriathus and Trajan. In the early years of the regime, Viriathus was often called ...