J. DeLaine

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DeLaine, J. (2006). ‘The cost of creation: technology at the service of construction’, in E. Lo Cascio (ed.), innovazione tecnica e progresso economico nel mondo romano. Bari: Edipuglia, 237–252.
DeLaine, J. (2005). ‘The commercial landscape of Ostia’, in A. MacMahon and J. Price (eds), Roman Working Lives and Urban Living. Oxford: Oxbow, 29–47.
Delaine, J. (2004). ‘Designing for a market: 'medianum' apartments at Ostia’. JRA 17: 146–176.
DeLaine, J. (2003). ‘The Builders of Roman Ostia: Organisation, Status and Society’, in S. Huerta (ed.), Proceedings of the First International Congress on Construction History. Madrid: Juan de Herrera, 723–732.
DeLaine, J. (2002). ‘Building activity in Ostia in the second century AD’, in Chr. Bruun and A. Gallina Zevi (eds), Ostia e Portus nelle loro relazioni con Roma. Rome: Institutum Romanum Finlandiae, 41–102.
DeLaine, J. (2001). ‘Bricks and Mortar. Exploring the economics of building techniques at Rome and Ostia’, in D.J. Mattingly and J. Salmon (eds), Economies beyond agriculture in the classical world. London: Routledge, 230–268.
DeLaine, J. (2001). ‘Techniques et industrie de la construction à Ostie’, in J.-P. Descoeudres (ed.), Ostia. Port et Porte de la Rome Antique. Genève: Musée Rath, 91–99.
DeLaine, J. (1997). The Baths of Caracalla. A study in the design, construction, and economics of large-scale building projects in imperial Rome. JRA Supplementary Series 25. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.
DeLaine, J. (1996). ‘The Insula of the Paintings. A model for the economics of construction in Hadrianic Ostia’, in A. Gallina Zevi and A. Claridge (eds), 'Roman Ostia' revisited. Rome: British School at Rome, 165–184.
DeLaine, J. (1995). ‘The Insula of the Paintings at Ostia I.4.2-4. Paradigm for a city in flux’, in T. Cornell and K. Lomas (eds), Urban Society in Roman Italy. London: UCL Press, 79–106.
DeLaine, J. (1990). ‘Structural Experimentation: The Lintel Arch, Corbel and Tie in Western Roman Architecture’. World Arch 21.3: 407–424.