Bibliography: Consumption

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Greene, K. (2008). ‘Learning to consume: consumption and consumerism in the Roman Empire’. JRA 21: 64–82.
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Berg, M. (2004). ‘In Pursuit of Luxury: Global History and British Consumer Goods in the Eighteenth Century’. Past and Present 182: 85–142.
De Sena, E. and J. Ikäheimo (2003). ‘The supply of amphora borne commodities and domestic pottery in Pompeii 150 BC - AD 79: Preliminary evidence from the house of the Vestals’. EJA 6.3: 301–321.
Murphy, P., U. Albarella, M. Germany and A. Locker (2000). ‘Production, Imports and Status: Biological Remains from a Late Roman Farm at Great Holts Farm, Boreham, Essex, UK’. EnvArch 5: 35–48.
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Veblen, Th. (1912). The Theory of the Leisure Class. An Economic Study of Institutions. New York.