The Association for the Study and Preservation of Roman Mosaics

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Mosaic is the journal of ASPROM, published in December each year. It contains articles about all aspects of ancient mosaics, notes on all the Roman mosaics discovered in Britain in the previous year, and reviews of new books about mosaics. Join ASPROM to receive a copy.

  Current issue and sample articles.

Prospective contributors should contact the Editor, Dr Jane Chick (, as early as possible in the year. The deadline for the submission of articles is 30 April each year. Guidelines for authors can be downloaded here.

Back-issues of most editions from no. 18 (1991) onwards are still available. Volumes 18 (1991) to 35 (2008) cost £3.00 each (£2.50 to members), and the colour issues, from volume 36 (2009) onwards, are £5.00 (£4.00 to members), plus postage (£4.00 for up to three copies within the UK; prices for larger quantities or overseas postage on request). You can pay for back-issues through PayPal. To order, please email

The Roman Mosaics of Britain

ASPROM has been instrumental in producing a comprehensive record of all the Roman mosaics ever found in Britain, The Roman Mosaics of Britain by David S. Neal and Stephen R. Cosh. The fourth and final volume of the Corpus was published in 2010 by the Society of Antiquaries. Read more about this monumental project.

AIEMA publications

ASPROM also contributes to the international publications produced by our parent organisation AIEMA (L'Association International pour l'Étude de la Mosaïque Antique). AIEMA publishes a regular Bulletin containing comprehensive bibliographic listings relating to mosaics in the ancient and medieval worlds, compiled from information supplied by AIEMA members all over the world. Many members of ASPROM have also contributed to the series of international mosaic congresses organised and published by AIEMA.

Contents of Mosaic 46 (2019)

EditorialWill Wootton2
The birth of ASPROM: some correctionsPeter Johnson2
Mistakes by Romano-British mosaicists and what we can learn from themStephen R. Cosh3–9
From Villa Adriana to Dresden in a tabletop: ancient mosaics in European collectionsChiara Cecalupo10–16
Mosaics at the late Roman estate of Gerace, near Enna, SicilyR.J.A. Wilson17–33
Note on a mosaic of Dionysos and AriadneRoger Ling34–36
Book review: Luigi Quattrochi, Mosaici funerari tardoantichi in Italia (2018)Francesca Bologna37–38

  Contents of past issues

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