Sharing links

David Potts who is a PhD student in the Archaeological Computing Research Group at Southampton has extracted the links that were shared on the platform in the first few weeks. We will update this list to help you to build your own reference collections of supplementary material. Add the end of the course we will archive these links to scoop.it and delicious.com to make them more accessible. The links are associated with the comment on the FutureLearn platform and also with the step so you can check the context.

Week One

1.1 Bing Maps – Driving Directions, Traffic and Road Conditions (Link to Comment)
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1.1 Design, webdesign, fotografia – Giuliano DANSKY D’Angelo (Link to Comment)
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1.1 0 (number) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.1 Rome’s Lost Empire – Portus Project (Link to Comment)
1.3 Port Punique De Carthage (Projet de fin d’études / ISAMM ) – YouTube (Link to Comment)
1.3 The Romans in China: They came, saw and settled | The Economist (Link to Comment)
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1.5 Maps and Plans » Archaeology of Portus: Exploring the Lost Harbour of Ancient Rome (Link to Comment)
1.5 Plans, reconstructions, engravings (Link to Comment)
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1.5 Flickr: The Portus Project’s Photostream (Link to Comment)
1.5 Flickr (Link to Comment)
1.5 Flickr: The Archaeology of Portus course Pool (Link to Comment)
1.7 British Museum – coin (Link to Comment)
1.7 JSTOR (Link to Comment)
1.7 Register & Read | About JSTOR (Link to Comment)
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1.7 Welcome to the Portable Antiquities Scheme website (Link to Comment)
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1.7 Einfache Suche – BAM-Portal (Link to Comment)
1.7 Potsherd – Atlas of Roman Pottery (Link to Comment)
1.7 AWOL – The Ancient World Online: The Art of Making in Antiquity: Stoneworking in the Roman World (Link to Comment)
1.7 Open Context: Data Publication for Cultural Heritage and Field Research (Link to Comment)
1.7 Museovirasto – Rekisteriportaali (Link to Comment)
1.8 Link to another course comment (Link to Comment)
1.8 ROMAN CONCRETE (Link to Comment)
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1.8 Dover Kent da49245a.jpg (Link to Comment)
1.8 Slavery in ancient Rome – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.9 Approfondimenti tematici – Direzione Generale per le Antichità – Ministero dei beni e delle attività culturali e del turismoà ed ellenismo”” (Link to Comment)
1.9 A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts (Link to Comment)
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1.9 List of Rulers of the Roman Empire | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Link to Comment)
1.9 Fountain – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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1.9 Roman history – Podcast – Emperor Claudius – YouTube (Link to Comment)
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1.9 Link to another course comment (Link to Comment)
1.9 Lyon Tablet – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.9 Pozzuoli – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.9 Ostia – Harbour City of Ancient Rome (Link to Comment)
1.9 Fishbourne Roman Palace – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.9 Roman Taxes© 2003-2014 UNRV.com (Link to Comment)
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1.10 Numismaster.com (Link to Comment)
1.10 File:Fiumicino 03 (RaBoe).jpg – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.10 Why Italy’s Lost City May Never Be Found – The Daily Beast (Link to Comment)
1.10 File:Roman remains underneath bell tower at St Magnus-the-Martyr – geograph.org.uk – 882914.jpg – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.11 Flickr: The Archaeology of Portus course Pool (Link to Comment)
1.11 Flickr: The Archaeology of Portus course Pool (Link to Comment)
1.11 crowds in portus | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (Link to Comment)
1.11 Publican – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.11 Ostia Antica, harbor of the Imperial Rome – A computer reconstruction – YouTube (Link to Comment)
1.11 Portus Romanus – Pharology (Link to Comment)
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1.12 Mole (architecture) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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1.12 Link to another course comment (Link to Comment)
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1.12 Home (Link to Comment)
1.12 Mole (architecture) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.12 Mole (architecture) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.13 Very Large Array – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.14 Sowing the Seeds: ROMAN MERCHANT SHIPS — WARHORSES of the ANCIENT WORLD (Link to Comment)
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1.14 Ceres, Annona and the Corn Supply on Roman Coins (Link to Comment)
1.14 ORBIS (Link to Comment)
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1.14 The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea : travel and trade in the Indian Ocean (Link to Comment)
1.14 Antikythera mechanism – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.14 Free Public Lectures | Gresham College (Link to Comment)
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1.15 Antiquity Journal (Link to Comment)
1.15 Tacitus – The Life of Gnaeus Julius Agricola© 2003-2014 UNRV.com (Link to Comment)
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1.15 globalization: definition of globalization in Oxford dictionary (British & World English) (Link to Comment)
1.15 Nail (fastener) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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1.16 Old Plans – Portus Project (Link to Comment)
1.16 ORBIS (Link to Comment)
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1.17 THE GREAT BELZONI – the movie – YouTube (Link to Comment)
1.17 BBC News – The Yorkshire Museum buys £50,000 Viking hoard (Link to Comment)
1.18 Thermoluminescence dating – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.18 Potsherd – Atlas of Roman Pottery (Link to Comment)
1.18 abyssopedia anfore garum dressel amphorae cressi shop on lineélichet 47 (Gallica 4) (Link to Comment)
1.18 Amphora Graveyard of Monte Testaccio | ArchaeoSpain (Link to Comment)
1.18 Introduction to the Atlas (Link to Comment)
1.18 expo catalañol, (Link to Comment)
1.18 expo catalañol, (Link to Comment)
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1.19 File:Amphorae stacking.jpg – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.19 File:Amphorae stacking.jpg – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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1.19 File:Amphorae stacking.jpg – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.19 Recipe for Garum or liquamen, the Roman fish sauce (Link to Comment)
1.19 Garum, Pompeii Fish Sauce (Link to Comment)
1.19 Amphora Graveyard of Monte Testaccio | ArchaeoSpain (Link to Comment)
1.19 Search results from the database – Page: 1 – Database (Link to Comment)
1.19 Amphora Graveyard of Monte Testaccio | ArchaeoSpain (Link to Comment)
1.19 Ceramics and Glass Glass Roman storage vessels (amphorae) (Link to Comment)
1.19 Ceramics and Glass Glass Roman storage vessels (amphorae) (Link to Comment)
1.21 British Museum – figure (Link to Comment)
1.21 Amphora (Link to Comment)
1.21 A Visual Glossary of Greek Pottery (Article) — Ancient History Encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
1.21 Amphora – Collections – Antiquities Museum (Link to Comment)
1.21 Welcome to the Scheme’s database – Database (Link to Comment)
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1.21 The Temple of Claudius at Colchester Castle Museum | Archaeological Site | Colchester|Essex (Link to Comment)
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1.21 panel 05 ingles (Link to Comment)
1.21 Ceramics and Glass Glass Roman storage vessels (amphorae) (Link to Comment)
1.21 British Museum – Collection search: You searched for bust of the emperor Claudius (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Leptis Magna Archaeological Museum: (Link to Comment)
1.21 Amphoras (Link to Comment)
1.21 Temple of Claudius at Colchester (Link to Comment)
1.21 antica statua romana dell’imperatore Claudio nel Museo Vaticano — Foto Stock © scaliger #13772176 (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Claudius© 1999-2008 (Link to Comment)
1.21 expo catalañol (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Amphora – Europeana – Search results (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Garum Storage | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (Link to Comment)
1.21 British Museum – portrait head (Link to Comment)
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1.21 A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Portraits of Emperor Claudius (Link to Comment)
1.21 Claudius | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (Link to Comment)
1.21 Portus Romanus – Pharology (Link to Comment)
1.21 Archaeology Data Service: myADS (Link to Comment)
1.21 British Museum – flask (Link to Comment)
1.21 British Museum – Roman Emperors (Link to Comment)
1.21 British Museum – Collection search: You searched for bust of the emperor Claudius (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Dolium – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Roman Agora of Thessaloniki – GTP (Link to Comment)
1.21 Bust of a Man (27.211) — The Detroit Institute of Arts (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Collections – SAM – Seattle Art Museum (Link to Comment)
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1.21 villa regina boscoreale p2 (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Search – Google Cultural Institute (Link to Comment)
1.21 British Museum – Image gallery: Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae (Link to Comment)
1.21 Eaton Gallery of Rome | Level 3 | Royal Ontario Museum (Link to Comment)
1.21 Yorkshire Museum (Link to Comment)
1.21 Rome: Piranesi’s vision | State Library of Victoria (Link to Comment)
1.21 Pottery in Britain 4000BC to AD1900: A Guide to Identifying Potsherds: Amazon.co.uk: Lloyd Laing, Jennifer Laing, Greg Payne: Books£7.35 Gift Card (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Ceramics and Glass Glass Roman storage vessels (amphorae) (Link to Comment)
1.21 Ceramics and Glass Glass Roman storage vessels (amphorae) (Link to Comment)
1.21 Norfolk Museums Service – Coin Hoard (Link to Comment)
1.21 Corpus CEIPAC – registro (Link to Comment)
1.21 Cameos & Intaglios on Pinterest (Link to Comment)
1.21 Perseus Digital Library (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Tijdbalk | Rijksmuseum van Oudheden (Link to Comment)
1.21 Exhibition: Classical and Near Eastern Antiquities – Nationalmuseet (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Mediterranean Ceramics: Late Roman Amphora 1 (Link to Comment)
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1.21 Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University (Link to Comment)
1.23 Link to another course comment (Link to Comment)
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Week Two

2.1 Latin epigraphy : an introduction to the study of Latin inscriptions : Sandys, John Edwin, Sir, 1844-1922 : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive (Link to Comment)
2.1 Laser scanning with Faro Focus 3D – YouTube (Link to Comment)
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2.1 Sign up for Portus News – Portus Project (Link to Comment)
2.1 Week one – imagining the Claudian port » Archaeology of Portus: Exploring the Lost Harbour of Ancient Rome (Link to Comment)
2.1 Civitavecchia Port. Guide to Civitavecchia Port (Link to Comment)
2.1 James Miles – Archaeological Computing Research Group (Link to Comment)
2.1 Link to another course comment (Link to Comment)
2.1 List of Rulers of the Roman Empire | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Link to Comment)
2.1 Image-Isolated | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (Link to Comment)
2.1 Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma (Link to Comment)
2.1 Portus Project (Link to Comment)
2.1 Sidescan Sonar – Portus Project (Link to Comment)
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2.1 Documenting the Excavation – an album on Flickr (Link to Comment)
2.1 Flickr: Explore photos from The Portus Project’s Portus and the Empire under Trajan set on the map (Link to Comment)
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2.1 Time Scanners – National Geographic Channel – UK (Link to Comment)
2.2 A Visit To Trajan’s Market in Rome (Link to Comment)
2.2 Roman Emperors – DIR Trajan (Link to Comment)
2.2 14. The Mother of All Forums: Civic Architecture in Rome under Trajan – YouTube (Link to Comment)
2.2 Munigua – Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre (Link to Comment)
2.2 Trajan’s Glorious Forum – Archaeology Magazine Archive (Link to Comment)
2.2 Trajan’s Column – Cichorius Plates – Wikimedia Commons (Link to Comment)
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2.2 Category:Trajan’s Column – Cichorius Plates – Wikimedia Commons (Link to Comment)
2.2 Engineering an Empire Rome Trajan – YouTube (Link to Comment)
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2.2 Trajan’s Column-Reliefs – YouTube (Link to Comment)
2.2 Open Yale Courses | Roman Architecture | Lecture 14 – The Mother of All Forums: Civic Architecture in Rome under Trajan (Link to Comment)
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2.2 Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire – Episode 6: Dacian Wars (Documentary) – YouTube (Link to Comment)
2.2 WaterHistory.org (Link to Comment)
2.2 Reliefs Scene-by-Scene on Trajan’s Column in Rome (Link to Comment)
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2.2 Trajan’s Bridge | True Romania (Link to Comment)
2.2 Trajan’s Column per iPhone, iPod touch e iPad dall’App Store su iTunes (Link to Comment)
2.2 Trajan’s Forum – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
2.2 British Museum – Gold aureus showing Trajan’s Column (Link to Comment)
2.3 Ostia – Introduction (Link to Comment)
2.3 Link to another course comment (Link to Comment)
2.3 Roman engineering – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
2.3 Temenos – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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2.3 cover Submerged archaeological structures of the Phlegraean area (Link to Comment)
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2.4 Chirping for Large-Scale Maritime Archaeological Survey: A Strategy Developed from a Practical Experience-Based Approach (Link to Comment)
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2.5 2.5sm61_edit | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (Link to Comment)
2.5 2.5sm61_edit | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (Link to Comment)
2.5 2.5sm61_edit | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (Link to Comment)
2.5 Flickr: Explore photos from The Portus Project’s The Imperial Port System set on the map (Link to Comment)
2.5 Bing Maps – Driving Directions, Traffic and Road Conditions (Link to Comment)
2.5 2.5sm61_edit | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (Link to Comment)
2.5 2.5sm61_edit | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (Link to Comment)
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2.6 Friday Five…Revolting Roman Recipes | DigVentures (Link to Comment)
2.6 Asafoetida – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
2.6 Garum – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
2.6 Recipe for Garum or liquamen, the Roman fish sauce (Link to Comment)
2.6 THE FREE-LANCE GEOGRAPHER (Link to Comment)
2.6 Fish sauce – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
2.6 Garum – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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2.7 BBC NEWS | World | Europe | Roman ship thrills archaeologists (Link to Comment)
2.7 Weevil – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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2.7 Garum sauce by Heston Blumenthal – YouTube (Link to Comment)
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2.7 Daily Life in the Roman City: Rome, Pompeii, and Ostia (The Greenwood Press Daily Life Through History Series) eBook: Gregory S. Aldrete: Amazon.ca: Kindle Storeçais (Link to Comment)
2.7 Tomb of Eurysaces the Baker – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
2.8 Appian Way – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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2.8 Monte Testaccio: a mountain of Roman amphorae | Irish Archaeology (Link to Comment)
2.8 Monte Testaccio, Italy – Find a Dig (Link to Comment)
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2.8 Great Stink – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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2.8 Tropical cyclogenesis – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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2.9 Simulation of the Portus harbour on Vimeo (Link to Comment)
2.9 Staddle Stones – Midhurst England Lloegr (Link to Comment)
2.9 Plan of Portus (Link to Comment)
2.10 Simulation of the Portus harbour on Vimeo (Link to Comment)
2.10 BBC NEWS | UK | UK dig finds Roman amphitheatre (Link to Comment)
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2.10 Home (Link to Comment)
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2.10 Bing Maps – Driving Directions, Traffic and Road Conditions (Link to Comment)
2.11 Carbon 14 dating 1 | Measuring age on Earth | Khan Academy (Link to Comment)
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2.12 Outputs – Portus Project (Link to Comment)
2.12 Portus Project (Link to Comment)
2.12 Portus Project (Link to Comment)
2.13 Companion: Defixiones (Curse Tablets) (Link to Comment)
2.13 Archaeology Data Service: myADS (Link to Comment)
2.13 Dressel 20 amphoras and allied types (Link to Comment)
2.13 Archaeology Data Service: myADS (Link to Comment)
2.14 No title available (Link to Comment)
2.14 Turin Shroud may not be a medieval fake as it dates back to Christ’s lifetime, say scientists | Mail Online (Link to Comment)
2.15 What Animal Bones Can Tell Us In Archaeology (Link to Comment)
2.15 Neanderthal genome reveals interbreeding with humans – life – 06 May 2010 – New Scientist (Link to Comment)
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2.15 Zooarchaeology – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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2.15 Stable isotope analysis of human and faunal remains from the Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Berinsfield, Oxfordshire : dietary and social implications. – Durham Research Online (Link to Comment)
2.15 BBC News – Surrey Roman snail poachers ‘could wipe out species’ (Link to Comment)
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2.16 Box-flue Tiles, Roman Britain, British Museum | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (Link to Comment)
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2.16 Roman Brick Stamps: Auxiliary and Legionary Bricks (Link to Comment)
2.17 List of Roman consuls – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
2.17 List of Roman consuls – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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2.17 The ruins and excavations of ancient Rome : a companion book for students and travellers (Link to Comment)
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2.17 Old Bricks:England Wh to Wi (Link to Comment)
2.17 Trajan (Roman emperor) — Encyclopedia Britannica (Link to Comment)
2.17 Speaking Signa and the Brickstamps of M. Rutilius Lupus – 2005 | John Bodel – Academia.edu (Link to Comment)
2.17 Marcus Rutilius Lupus – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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2.17 Marcus Rutilius Lupus – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
2.17 Marcus Rutilius Lupus – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
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2.19 The Date of Trajan’s Markets: An Assessment in the Light of Some Unpublished Brick Stamps | Lynne Lancaster – Academia.edu (Link to Comment)
2.19 International Mortar Dating Project | (Link to Comment)
2.19 Via Gabina: Brick Stamps (Link to Comment)
2.19 Ancient Bread From Pompeii Fascinates (Link to Comment)
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2.19 Trajan’s Column App – 3D ROME – Ricostruzioni 3D Archeologia (Link to Comment)
2.19 Today’s Photo: Roman Brick Stamp From Ostia | Visiting the Ancients (Link to Comment)
2.19 No title available (Link to Comment)
2.19 Roman Brick Stamps: Auxiliary and Legionary Bricks (Link to Comment)
2.19 The Date of Trajan’s Markets: An Assessment in the Light of Some Unpublished Brick Stamps | Lynne Lancaster – Academia.edu (Link to Comment)
2.19 Rome: Construction Principles – Opus Testaceum (Link to Comment)
2.19 Thorvaldsens Museum – The collections – Ancient artefacts – Søge resultat (Link to Comment)
2.19 Trajan’s column (Column) | V&A Search the Collections (Link to Comment)
2.19 Brick Stamp of L. Lurius Proculus | Harvard Art Museums (Link to Comment)
2.19 Brick Stamp of L. Lurius Proculus | Harvard Art Museums (Link to Comment)
2.21 Maps and Plans » Archaeology of Portus: Exploring the Lost Harbour of Ancient Rome (Link to Comment)
2.21 Link to another course comment (Link to Comment)
2.21 Jewry Wall – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
2.21 Social Archive » Archaeology of Portus: Exploring the Lost Harbour of Ancient Rome (Link to Comment)

Week Three

3.1 Create a timeline – Word (Link to Comment)
3.1 Map of the Roman Empire – Ancient Cities, Rivers, and Mountains during the first century A.D.´BERIS (Link to Comment)
3.1 Leptis Magna en Lybie, il y a 1800 ans – YouTube (Link to Comment)
3.1 BBC News – Trotting in Rome: Farewell to a sporting way of life (Link to Comment)
3.1 Society for Libyan Studies (Link to Comment)
3.1 Visit Tarragona – YouTube (Link to Comment)
3.1 Roman ships at Portus » Archaeology of Portus: Exploring the Lost Harbour of Ancient Rome (Link to Comment)
3.1 Roman Mediterranean Shipping » Archaeology of Portus: Exploring the Lost Harbour of Ancient Rome (Link to Comment)
3.2 Leptis Magna Travel Video Guide – YouTube (Link to Comment)
3.2 Septimius Severus – The First African emperor of Rome – YouTube (Link to Comment)
3.2 Flickr: The Archaeology of Portus course Pool (Link to Comment)
3.2 PLOS Medicine: Plague: Past, Present, and Future (Link to Comment)
3.2 List of epidemics – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
3.2 Julius Caesar and the pirates (Link to Comment)
3.2 Antonine Plague – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
3.4 Coursera.org (Link to Comment)
3.4 Maps and Plans » Archaeology of Portus: Exploring the Lost Harbour of Ancient Rome (Link to Comment)
3.4 Flickr: The Archaeology of Portus course Pool (Link to Comment)
3.4 Coursera.org (Link to Comment)
3.5 Portus Project (Link to Comment)
3.5 Lidar – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)
3.5 Link to another course comment (Link to Comment)
3.5 Aerial Photogrammetry at Portus – Portus Project (Link to Comment)
3.5 BBC News – ‘Hexacopter’ changes the way TV reporters work (Link to Comment)
3.6 The Light Fantastic | English Heritage (Link to Comment)
3.6 No title available (Link to Comment)
3.6 Contemplating Data Analysis and Narrative | Kristian Strutt (Link to Comment)
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3.6 BBC News – A Point of View: Is the archaeological dig a thing of the past? (Link to Comment)
3.7 No title available (Link to Comment)
3.7 The Major Buildings at Portus – Grandi Magazzini Di Settimio Severo – an album on Flickr (Link to Comment)
3.7 The Major Buildings at Portus – Grandi Magazzini Di Settimio Severo – an album on Flickr (Link to Comment)
3.8 Zagora dig blog | Zagora – Powerhouse Museum (Link to Comment)
3.8 Portus Field School – Portus Project (Link to Comment)
3.8 Ostia – Harbour City of Ancient Rome (Link to Comment)
3.9 WINE for Darwin and Mac OS X | Free software downloads at SourceForge.net (Link to Comment)
3.9 New Discoveries at Ostia Antica and the Isola Sacra | Kristian Strutt (Link to Comment)
3.9 Contemplating Data Analysis and Narrative | Kristian Strutt (Link to Comment)
3.11 The Palaeoenvironment of the Delta – an album on Flickr (Link to Comment)
3.13 Ostia – The Harbour District: Portus (Link to Comment)
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3.13 Marble in Rome, a tale of conquests – New York Times (Link to Comment)
3.13 Marbles to Rome: The Movement of Monolithic Columns Across the Mediterranean | Brian Sahotsky – Academia.edu (Link to Comment)
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3.13 Polychromy of Roman Marble Sculpture | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Link to Comment)
3.14 Toilet Trouble at the Sochi Olympics – Bloomberg View (Link to Comment)
3.14 Public restrooms in the Ancient Roman world | Visiting the Ancients (Link to Comment)
3.14 CNN Video – Breaking News Videos from CNN.com (Link to Comment)
3.14 Public Toilets | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (Link to Comment)
3.15 :: University of Southampton (Link to Comment)
3.15 Face in the sand: Roman amphitheatre unearthed at ancient port | Mail Online (Link to Comment)
3.15 Becoming an Archaeologist – Finds in the Landscape – an album on Flickr (Link to Comment)
3.15 No title available (Link to Comment)
3.17 No title available (Link to Comment)
3.17 No title available (Link to Comment)
3.17 NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF ATHENS – OFFICIAL SITE© Dynamic Drive (www.dynamicdrive.com) (Link to Comment)
3.17 Egyptian column with illustrated frieze | Musei Capitolini (Link to Comment)
3.17 FASTI – All Records (Link to Comment)
3.17 Destruction / Loss of Information Timeline : HistoryofInformation.com (Link to Comment)
3.17 British Museum – Collection search: You searched for Severan Period marble (Link to Comment)
3.17 Request Rejected (Link to Comment)

Week Four

4.7 opus caementicium roman walls (Link to Comment)
4.7 No title available (Link to Comment)
4.9 The Rise of 3-D printing in Archaeology – Archaeological Computing Research Group (Link to Comment)
4.10 No title available (Link to Comment)
4.12 No title available (Link to Comment)
4.12 Model of Portus (Link to Comment)
4.16 Ostia (Link to Comment)

Week Five

5.12 No title available (Link to Comment)
5.13 Portus Project Lecture – Archaeological Computing Research Group (Link to Comment)
5.13 Autodesk 123D Catch | 3d model from photos (Link to Comment)
5.19 Ceramics and Glass Glass Roman fineware (Link to Comment)

Week Six

6.4 Palazzo Imperiale II – Portus Project (Link to Comment)
6.17 No title available (Link to Comment)
6.17 Silex – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Link to Comment)

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