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"Ancient Women and Art: the Material Evidence." American Journal of Archaeology 91: 399-409.
The fifth-century decorations on doorframes of the Golden Gate were additions to an older structure, Bardill reports in the October AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY. A Latin inscription on the original monument probably celebrates Theodosius I's defeat of a rival army in A.D.
Beckman, American Journal of Archaeology 103 (1999): 551-52 (both of the Brill edition).
In the just-released October AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY, project director Elpida Hadjidaki of the Archaeological Museum of West Crete in Hania suggests the harbor, an excavated basin connected to the sea by a now-dry channel, "was one of the famous Cretan pirate nests, possibly one of those destroyed by Romans in the mid-first century B.C.
When compared to similar Greek cups, the shape and decorative style of the Sardis vessels dates to shortly before 550 B.C., reports Ramage in the October AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY. The two cups appear to have been imported to the site just before the Persian conquest.
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