Combined Bibliography: Crafts and Manufacturing and Roman Economy

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Ellis, S.J.R. (2018). The Roman Retail Revolution. The Socio-Economic World of the Taberna. Oxford.
Wilson, A. and M. Flohr (2016). Urban craftsmen and traders in the Roman World. Oxford.
Flohr, M. (2013). The World of the Fullo. Work, Economy and Society in Roman Italy. Oxford.
Tran, N. (2013). Dominus Tabernae. Le statut de travail des artisans et des commerçans de l'occident romain. Rome.
Hawkins, C. (2012). ‘Manufacturing’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy n/a. Cambridge, 175–194.
Ruffing, K. (2008). Die berufliche Spezialisierung in Handel und Handwerk. Untersuchungen zu ihrer Entwicklung und zu ihren Bedingungen in der römischen Kaiserzeit im östlichen Mittelmeerraum auf der Grundlage griechischer Inschriften und Papyri. Rahden.
Kehoe, D. (2007). ‘The Early Roman Empire: Production’, in W. Scheidel, I. Morris and R. Saller (eds), The Cambridge Economic History of the Greco-Roman World. Cambridge, 543–569.
Robinson, D. (2005). ‘Re-thinking the social organisation of trade and industry in first century AD Pompeii’, in A. MacMahon and J. Price (eds), Roman Working Lives and Urban Living. Oxford, 88–105.
Poblome, J. (2004). ‘Comparing ordinary craft production: textile and pottery production in Roman Asia Minor’. JESHO 47.4: 491–506.
Harris, E. (2002). Workshop, Marketplace and Household. The nature of technical specialization in classical Athens and its influence on economy and society. London.
Wilson, A. (2002). ‘Urban production in the Roman world. The view from North Africa’. PBSR LXX: 231–274.
Aubert, J.J. (2001). ‘The fourth factor. Managing non-agricultural production in the Roman world’, in D.J. Mattingly and J. Salmon (eds), Economies beyond agriculture in the classical world. London, 90–111.
Mattingly, D.J. (2000). ‘The productive past. Economies beyond agriculture’, in D.J. Mattingly and J. Salmon (eds), Economies beyond agriculture in the classical world. London, 3–14.
Mattingly, D.J., D. Stone, L. Stirling and N. Ben Lazreg (2000). ‘Leptiminus (Tunisia). A 'producer' city?’, in D.J. Mattingly and J. Salmon (eds), Economies beyond agriculture in the classical world. London, 66–89.
Wilson, A. (2000). ‘Timgad and textile production’, in D.J. Mattingly and J. Salmon (eds), Economies beyond agriculture in the classical world. London, 271–296.
Poblome, J., P. Degryse, I. Librecht and M. Waelkens (1998). ‘Sagalassos red slip ware. The organization of a manufactory’. MBAH 17.2: 52–64.
Milliken, S. and M. Vidale (1996). Crafts Specialization: Operational Sequences and Beyond. Oxford.
Morel, J.-P. (1996). ‘Élites municipales et manufacture en Italie’, in M. Cébeillac-Gervasoni (ed.), Les Élites Municipales de l'Italie Péninsulaire des Gracques à Néron. Actes de la table ronde de Clermont-Ferrand (28-30 novembre 1991) n/a. Rome, 181–198.
Erb, T. (1982). ‘Prolegomena einer Darstellung der handwerklichen Arbeitsteilung in der römischen Antike anhand der überlieferten lateinischen Berufsbezeichnungen’. Klio 64: 117–130.
Peacock, D. (1982). Pottery in the Roman world : an ethnoarchaeological approach. London.
Mossé, C. (1966). Le Travail en Grèce et à Rome / The Ancient World at Work. Paris.
Loane, H.J. (1938). Industry and Commerce of the City of Rome. Baltimore.
Sievers, H. (1938). Beiträge zur Wirtschaftsgeschichte Pompejis.
Wright, F.W. (1917). ‘Roman Factories’. ClassWeek 11.3: 17–19.
Gummerus, H. (1916). ‘Industrie und Handel bei den Römern’, in G. Wissowa and W. Kroll (eds), Paulys Real-Encyclopädie der Classischen Altertumswissenschaft. Neue Bearbeitung 9. Stuttgart, 1439–1535.
Willers, H. (1907). Neue untersuchungen über die römische bronzeindustrie von Capua und von Niedergermanien, besonders auf die funde aus Deutschland und dem Norden hin. Hannover/Leipzig.
Richelot, H. (1838). Esquisse de l'industrie et du commerce de l'antiquité. Paris.