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RURAL SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMIC ACTIVITY. OLIVE OIL, WINE AND AMPHORAE PRODUCTION ON THE TARHUNA PLATEAU DURING THE ROMAN PERIOD. By Mftah A. M. Ahmed. The Society for Libyan Studies, London 2019. ISBN 978-1-900971-55-3, pp. 203, 30 tables, 152 figures. Price £40 (softback).

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RURAL SETTLEMENT AND ECONOMIC ACTIVITY. OLIVE OIL, WINE AND AMPHORAE PRODUCTION ON THE TARHUNA PLATEAU DURING THE ROMAN PERIOD. By Mftah A. M. Ahmed. The Society for Libyan Studies, London 2019. ISBN 978-1-900971-55-3, pp. 203, 30 tables, 152 figures. Price £40 (softback).

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 June 2020

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Ulster University

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Part 4: Book Reviews
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