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The archaeological site of Sumhuram “Khor Rori”

Selection of the most recent publications about Sumhuram-Khor Rori. 
 
 
Lischi S. Pavan A., in press, Le perle di Sumhuram: appunti per una tipologia di vaghi di collana dall’Arabia meridionale, Egitto e Vicino Oriente XXXV (2013), pp. 175-192.
 
Pavan A., Schenk H., Crossing the Indian Ocean before the Periplus: a comparison of pottery assemblages at the sites of Sumhuram (Oman) and Tissamaharama (Sri Lanka), Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy 23 (2012): 191-202.
 
Mariotti Lippi M., Gonnelli T., Pallecchi P., Rice chaff in ceramics from the archaeological site of Sumhuram (Dhofar, Southern Oman), Journal of archaeological sciences 38 (2011): 1173-1179.
 
Chiavari C., Degli Esposti M., Garagnani L., Martini C., and Ospitali F., Ancient metallurgy at Sumhuram (Sultanate of Oman): technical aspects of raised inscriptions on south Arabian bronzes, Archaeometry 53/3 (2011): 528-546.
 
Avanzini A. (ed.), Along the aroma and spice routes. The harbour of Sumhuram, its territory and the trade between the Mediterranean, Arabia and India, Pisa-Pontedera 2011.
 
Avanzini A., Past and present at Sumhuram: from the ruins to the archaeological park, in Avanzini A., Along the aroma and spice routes. The harbour of Sumhuram, its territory and the trade between the Mediterranean, Arabia and India, Pisa-Pontedera 2011: 57-64.
 
Avanzini A., Pavan A., Sumhuram, a South Arabian port, in Avanzini A. (ed.), Along the aroma and spice routes. The harbour of Sumhuram, its territory and the trade between the Mediterranean, Arabia and India, Pisa-Pontedera 2011, 42-56.
 
Chiarantini L., Benvenuti M., Sumhuram as centre of production: the metal working, in Avanzini A. (ed.), Along the aroma and spice routes. The harbour of Sumhuram, its territory and the trade between the Mediterranean, Arabia and India, Pisa-Pontedera 2011: 65-80.
 
Pallecchi P. Pavan A., Local raw materials used by craftsmen and in the development of the city of Sumhuram, in Avanzini A. (ed.), Along the aroma and spice routes. The harbour of Sumhuram, its territory and the trade between the Mediterranean, Arabia and India, Pisa-Pontedera 2011: 81-95.
 
Pavan A., Sumhuram as international centre: the imported pottery, in Avanzini A. (ed.), Along the aroma and spice routes. The harbour of Sumhuram, its territory and the trade between the Mediterranean, Arabia and India, Pisa-Pontedera 2011: 99-112.
 
Raffaelli M., Mosti S., Bellini C., Mariotti Lippi M., Dhofar, the Land of Frankincense, in Avanzini A. (ed.), Along the aroma and spice routes. The harbour of Sumhuram, its territory and the trade between the Mediterranean, Arabia and India, Pisa-Pontedera 2011: 17-42.
 
Tavolieri D'Andrea C., Sumhuram in the Classical Sources, in Avanzini A. (ed.), Along the aroma and spice routes. The harbour of Sumhuram, its territory and the trade between the Mediterranean, Arabia and India, Pisa-Pontedera 2011: 113-118.
 
De Romanis F., Commercial activities at Moscha Limen, in Avanzini A. (ed.), Along the aroma and spice routes. The harbour of Sumhuram, its territory and the trade between the Mediterranean, Arabia and India, Pisa-Pontedera 2011: 119-127.
 
 
 
 
If you are interested in, please contact the authors or the editor: Alessandra Avanzini; Michele Degli Esposti; Marta Mariotti; Pasquino Pallecchi; Alexia Pavan; Mauro Raffaelli.

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