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R.Cagnat (1914), Cours d'épigraphie latine. 4th ed., Paris

G.Calboli (ed. 1990), Latin vulgaire - latin tardif II. Actes du IIème colloque international sur le latin vulgaire et tardif, Bologne 29 Août - 2 Septembre, 1988. Tübingen

I.D.Caruana (1987), "A wooden ansate panel from Carlisle", Britannia 18: 274-7

I.D.Caruana (1992), "Carlisle; excavation of a section of the annexe ditch of the first Flavian fort, 1990", Britannia 23: 45-109

E.Casamassima, E.Staraz (1977), "Varianti e cambio grafico nella scrittura dei papiri latini, note palaeografiche", Scrittura e Civiltà 1: 9-110

P.J.Casey (1982), "Civilians and soldiers - friends, Romans, countrymen?" in Clack and Haselgrove (ed. 1982): 123-132

P.Castrén, H.Lilius (1970), Graffiti del Palatino II, Domus Tiberiana. Helsinki

G.Cencetti (1950), "Note paleografiche sulla scrittura dei papiri latini dal I al III secolo d.c.", Memorie dell'Accademia delle scienze dell'Istituto di Bologna. Classe di scienze morali V.1. [Published in 1951.]

P.A.G.Clack, "The northern frontier: farmers in the military zone", in Miles (ed. 1982): 377-402

P.A.G.Clack, S.Haselgrove (ed. 1982), Rural settlement in the Roman north. Durham

W.E.H.Cockle (1979), "A new Virgilian writing exercise from Oxyrhynchus", Scrittura e Civiltà 3: 55-75

R.G.G.Coleman (1971), "The monophthongization of /ae/ and the Vulgar Latin vowel system", TPhS 1971: 175-91

R.A.Coles (1966), Reports of proceedings in papyri. Papyrologica Bruxellensia 4. Brussels

R.A.Coles (1981), "A quadrilingual curiosity in the Bodleian Library in Oxford", Proceedings of the XVI International Congress of Papyrology: 193-7. American Studies in Papyrology 23. Chico

M.Della Corte (1940), "Virgilio nell'epigrafia pompeiana", Epigraphica 2: 171-8

G.Costamagna, M.F.Baroni, L.Zagni (1983), Notae Tironianae quae in lexicis et in chartis reperiuntur novo discrimine ordinatae. Fonti e studi del corpus Membranarum Italicarum, Ser.2, Fonti Medievali 10. Rome

H.M.Cotton (1981), Documentary letters of recommendation in Latin from the Roman Empire. Beiträge zur klassischen Philologie, 132. Königstein

P.Cugusi (1972-3), "Le piú antiche lettere papiracee latine", Atti della Accademia delle Scienze di Torino 107: 641-687

P.Cugusi (1981), "Gli ostraca latini dello Wâdi Fawâkhir", in Letterature comparate, problemi e metodo, Studi in onore di E.Paratore II: 719-753. Bologna

P.Cugusi (1983), Evoluzione e forme dell'epistolografia latina nella tarda repubblica e nei primi due secoli dell'impero. Rome

P.Cugusi (1987), "Leggendo le tavolette latine di Vindolanda", RFIC 115: 113-121

R.I.Curtis (1991), Garum and salsamenta, production and commerce in materia medica. Studies in ancient medicine 3. Leiden

C.Daniels (1989), "The Flavian and Trajanic northern frontier", in Todd (ed. 1989): 31-5

G.B.Dannell, J.-P.Wild (1987), Longthorpe II: the military works depot. Britannia Monograph 8. London

R.W.Davies (1967), "Ratio and opinio in Roman military documents", Historia 16: 115-8

R.W.Davies (1968), "A note on some Roman soldiers in quarries", CW n.s.68: 22-6

R.W.Davies (1974a), "A report of an attempted coup", Aegyptus 54: 179-196

R.W.Davies (1974b), "The daily life of the Roman soldier under the principate", ANRW II.1: 299-338

R.W.Davies (1976), "Singulares and Roman Britain", Britannia 7: 134-44

R.W.Davies (1989), Service in the Roman Army. Ed. D.J.Breeze, V.A.Maxfield. Edinburgh

H.Devijver (1989), The equestrian officers of the Roman imperial army. Amsterdam

H.Devijver, H. Harrauer, K.A.Worp (1984-5), "Eine lateinische Holztafel in Leiden", Oudheidkundige Mededelingen uit's Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden 65: 19-22

C.Dickson (1989), "The Roman diet in Britain and Germany", Archäobotanik. Dissertationes Botanicae 133: 135-54

A.C.Dionisotti (1982), "From Ausonius' schooldays", JRS 72: 83-125

K.R.Dixon, P.Southern (1992), The Roman cavalry. London

B.Dobson (1972), "Legionary centurion or equestrian officer? A comparison of pay and prospects", Ancient Society 3: 193-207

B.Dobson, J.C.Mann (1973), "The Roman army in Britain and Britons in the Roman army", Britannia 4: 191-205

S.Dow (1968), "Latin calligraphy at Hawara: P.Hawara 24", JRS 58: 60-70

C.van Driel-Murray (1985), "The production and supply of military leatherwork in the first and second centuries AD: a review of the archaeological evidence", in Bishop (ed. 1985): 43-81

C.van Driel-Murray (1987), "Roman footwear: a mirror of fashion and society", Recent research in archaeological footwear. Association of Archaeological Illustrators and Surveyors, Technical Paper No.8: 32-42.

R.L.Dunbabin (1935), "Notes on Lewis and Short", CR 49: 9-12

R.P.Duncan-Jones (1982), The economy of the Roman empire; quantitative studies. 2nd ed., Cambridge

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