Apolline Project

illuminating the dark side of Vesuvius




We have published much about pottery and trade, and many other articles are in press. We will summarise our main results soon, but in the meantime you can download and read the following contributions:

C.S. Martucci, G.F. De Simone, S. D'Italia, "Local productions around Vesuvius: trade patterns and identity", Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautorum Acta 43 (2014), 433-442 [ISBN: 978-3-7749-3906-6]

C.S. Martucci, G.F. De Simone, G. Boemio, G. Trojsi, "Local production and trade patterns in the environs of Vesuvius: the pottery from Pollena Trocchia and Nola", in: N. Poulou-Papadimitriou et al. (eds.), LRCW 4, Oxford 2014, 51-61 [ISBN: 978-1-4073-1251-4]

G.F. De Simone, C.S. Martucci, C. Grifa, A. De Bonis, V. Guarino, V. Morra, “Late antique connectivity: a snapshot of regional trade in AD 472 Campania”, in: L. Bombardieri, A. D’Agostino, G. Guarducci, V. Orsi, S. Valentini (eds.), SOMA 2012. Identity and Connectivity. Proceedings of the 16th Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology, Florence, Italy, 1-3 March 2012, Oxford 2013, 971-980 (Archaeopress, BAR S 2581) [ISBN: 978-1-4073-1206-4]

C.S. Martucci, L. Toniolo, “Ceramica da fuoco tardo-antica in area vesuviana: dinamiche di scambio tra costa ed entroterra”, Rivista di Studi Pompeiani 22 (2011): 73-85 [ISBN: 978-88-8265-773-4]

C.S. Martucci, G. Boemio, G. Trojsi, G.F. De Simone, "Pollena Trocchia (NA), località Masseria De Carolis. L'analisi dei reperti per la ricostruzione del contesto economico e sociale della villa romana", Amoenitas II (2012): 87-117 [ISBN: 978-88-240-1335-2]