Bibliography: Classical Greece

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Villing, A., M. Bergeron, G. Bourogiannis, A. Johnston, F. Leclère, A. Masson and R. Thomas (2015). Naukratis: Greeks in Egypt. London: British Museum Press.
Artal-Isbrand, P. and P. Klausmeyer (2013). ‘Evaluation of the relief line and the contour line on Greek red-figure vases using reflectance transformation imaging and three-dimensional laser scanning confocal microscopy’. Studies in Conservation 58.4: 338–359.
Hellmann, M.-Chr. (2012). ‘Quartiers ou rues? La notion de quartier économique spécialisé dans le monde grec: comparaison des données textuelles et archéologiques’, in A. Esposito and G. Sanidas (eds), Quartiers artisanaux en Grèce ancienne. Une perspective méditerranéenne. Villeneuve d'Ascq: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 23–37.
Meirano, V. (2012). ‘Productions et espaces artisanqux à Locres Épizéphyrienne’, in A. Esposito and G. Sanidas (eds), Quartiers artisanaux en Grèce ancienne. Une perspective méditerranéenne. Villeneuve d'Ascq: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 257–279.
Monaco, M.C. (2012). ‘Dix ans après: nouvelles données et considérations à propos du Céramique d'Athènes’, in A. Esposito and G. Sanidas (eds), Quartiers artisanaux en Grèce ancienne. Une perspective méditerranéenne. Villeneuve d'Ascq: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 155–174.
Stissi, V. (2012). ‘Giving the kerameikos a context: ancient Greek potters' quarters as part of the polis space, economy and society’, in A. Esposito and G. Sanidas (eds), Quartiers artisanaux en Grèce ancienne. Une perspective méditerranéenne. Villeneuve d'Ascq: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 201–230.
Cuomo, S. (2007). Technology and Culture in Greek and Roman Antiquity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Nevett, L. (2007). ‘Housing and Households. The Greek World’, in S. Alcock and R. Osborne (eds), Classical Archaeology. Malden: Blackwell, 205–223.
Hansen, M.H. (2006). Polis. An Introduction to the Ancient Greek City-State. Oxford: Oxford University Press .
Palagia, O. (2006). Greek sculpture: function, materials, and techniques in the archaic and classical periods. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Palagia, O. (2006). ‘Marble Carving Techniques’, in O. Palagia (ed.), Greek sculpture: function, materials, and techniques in the archaic and classical periods. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 243–279.
Harris, E. (2002). Workshop, Marketplace and Household. The nature of technical specialization in classical Athens and its influence on economy and society. London.
Monaghan, M. (2000). ‘Dying Establishments in Classical and Hellenistic Greece’, in D. Cardon and M. Feugère (eds), Archéologie des Textiles des origines au Ve siècle. Montagnac, 167–172.
Nevett, L. (1999). House and Society in the Ancient Greek World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Garland, R. (1998). Daily life of the ancient Greeks. Westport.
Andreassi, G., A. Bottini, S. De Caro, A. Fratta, E. Greco, E. Lattanzi and G. Tocco (1996). The Western Greeks. Napoli: Electa.
Caputo, P., R. Morichi, R. Paone and P. Rispoli (1996). Cuma e il suo parco archeologico. Un territorio e le sue testimonianze. Rome: Bardi Editore.
Greco, E., I. D'Ambrosio and D. Theodorescu (1996). Archaeological and Historical Guide to the excavations, the museum and the Antiquities of Poseidonia, Paestum. Taranto: Scorpione Editrice.
Boardman, J. (1979). ‘The Athenian Pottery Trade. The Classical Period’. Expedition 21.4: 33–39.
Finley, M.I. (1973). The Ancient Economy. Oxford.
Burford, A. (1972). Craftsmen in Greek and Roman Society. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Mossé, C. (1966). Le Travail en Grèce et à Rome / The Ancient World at Work. Paris.
Thompson, H. (1948). ‘Excavation of Athenian Agora 1947’. Hesperia 17: 149–196.
Faber, G. (1938). ‘Dyeing in Greece. The Roman Dyers’. Ciba Review 9: 284–294.