Combined Bibliography: Roman Economy and Olive oil

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Broekaert, W. (2011). ‘Oil for Rome During the Second and Third Century AD: A Confrontation of Archaeological Records and the Historia Augusta’. Mnemosyne 64.4: 591–623.
Van Limbergen, D. (2011). ‘Vinum picenum and oliva picena Wine and Oil Presses in Central Adriatic Italy between the Late Republic and the Early Empire. Evidence and Problems’. BABesch 86: 71–94.
Mattingly, D.J. (1995). Tripolitania. London.
Funari, P. (1994). ‘Baetica and the Dressel 20 production An outline of the province's history’. DHA 20.1: 87–105.
Mattingly, D.J. (1988). ‘Oil for export? A comparison of Libyan, Spanish and Tunisian olive oil production in the Roman Empire’. JRA 1: 33–56.
Oates, D. (1953). ‘The Tripolitanian Gebel: Settlement of the Roman Period around Gasr Ed-Dauun’. PBSR 21: 81–117.