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The term Punic is being defined on the basis of the results of archaeological investigations in the metropolis of Carthage. Different datasets are confronted, both Punic, Greek and of Greek inspiration
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material culture, Archaeology, Greek pottery, Punic pottery, ceramic studies, chronology, funerary archaeology, settlement archaeology, Carthage, Punic, Phoenician

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Maraoui Telmini, Boutheina, Roald Docter, Babette Bechtold, Fethi Chelbi, and Winfred van de Put. 2014. “Defining Punic Carthage.” In The Punic Mediterranean : Identities and Identification from Phoenician Settlement to Roman Rule, ed. Josephine Crawley Quinn and Nicholas C Vella, 113–147. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
APA
Maraoui Telmini, B., Docter, R., Bechtold, B., Chelbi, F., & van de Put, W. (2014). Defining punic carthage. In J. C. Quinn & N. C. Vella (Eds.), The punic Mediterranean : identities and identification from Phoenician settlement to Roman rule (pp. 113–147). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Vancouver
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Maraoui Telmini B, Docter R, Bechtold B, Chelbi F, van de Put W. Defining punic carthage. In: Quinn JC, Vella NC, editors. The punic Mediterranean : identities and identification from Phoenician settlement to Roman rule. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press; 2014. p. 113–47.
MLA
Maraoui Telmini, Boutheina, Roald Docter, Babette Bechtold, et al. “Defining Punic Carthage.” The Punic Mediterranean : Identities and Identification from Phoenician Settlement to Roman Rule. Ed. Josephine Crawley Quinn & Nicholas C Vella. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2014. 113–147. Print.
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  author       = {Maraoui Telmini, Boutheina and Docter, Roald and Bechtold, Babette and Chelbi, Fethi and van de Put, Winfred},
  booktitle    = {The punic Mediterranean : identities and identification from Phoenician settlement to Roman rule},
  editor       = {Quinn, Josephine Crawley and Vella, Nicholas C},
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  series       = {British School at Rome Monographs},
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