Publishing research results must be an integral part of any research project. Our team is very aware of the importance of communicating our work and progress with a large community of scholars. For those reasons, since the project began in 2014, members of our team have given lectures in Spain, Canada, and US while publishing articles in national and international journals.




PAL image th2Sinner, A. G. and Ferrer, J. “Novedades epigráficas de Ilduro (Cabrera de Mar, Barcelona)Palaeohispanica 18 (2018) 203-216.




AASMadrid, M. and Sinner, A. G. “Analysing technical choices: improving the archaeological classification of Late Republican Black Gloss pottery in north-eastern Hispania consumption centres” Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences (2018).




Sinner, A. G. and Ferrer, J. “Del oppidum de Burriac a las termas de Ca l’Arnau. Una aproximación a la lengua y a la identidad de los habitantes de ilduro (Cabrera de Mar, Barcelona)Archivo Español de Arqueología 89 (2016) 193-223.




journal of roman archaeologySinner, A. G. “Cultural contacts and identity construction: a colonial context in NE Spain (2nd – early 1st c. B.C.),” Journal of Roman Archaeology 28 (2015) 7-37.




SaguntumStannard, C. and Sinner, A. G. “A Central Italian coin with Dionysus/panther types, and Contacts between Central Italy and Spain, in the 2nd and 1st centuries BC.Saguntum (P.L.A.V) 46 (2014) 159-180.





  • Sinner, A. G. "Beyond foundations: social complexity, transformations and diversity in NE Spain during the Late Republic." Classical Association of Vancouver Island (CAVI), University of Victoria (March 8, 2018).

  • Sinner, A. G. "Digging Households, Understanding People: Cultural Practices and Cultural Change in NE Spain". Research Seminar, University of Victoria, Victoria (January 21, 2016).
  • Sinner, A. G., A. Grewal, D. Jankulovski and K. McCullough. "Studying households and tracing cultural practices in NE Spain (2nd and early 1st c. B.C.E.)." In AIA Annual Meeting, San Francisco (January 6-9, 2016). AIA BEST POSTER AWARD 2016
  • Sinner, A. G. "Iberian or Roman? Deconstructing ethnic identities in Hispania Citerior in the second and first centuries BCE". In Recent Research on Roman Spain, York University, Toronto (October 3, 2015).


  • Martín, A. and García, J. “La vall de Cabrera de Mar. Focus inicials de la producció vitivinícola de la Laietània,” Pottery workshops and agricultural productions. Studies on the rural world in the Roman period 2 (Gerona 2007) 70.
  • Zamora, D. "L'oppidum de Burriac. Centre del poder polític de la Laietània ibérica," Laietania 17 (2006-2007) 1-417.