Combined Bibliography: Crafts and Manufacturing and Roman Society

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Edmondson, J. and A. Keith (2008). Roman dress and the fabrics of Roman culture. Toronto.
Cottica, D. (2007). ‘Spinning in the Roman World: from Everyday Craft to Metaphor of Destiny’, in C. Gillis and M.-L. Nosch (eds), Ancient Textiles. Production, Craft and Society. Oxford, 220–228.
Flohr, M. (2007). ‘Nec quicquam ingenuum habere potest officina? Spatial contexts of urban production at Pompeii, AD 79’. BABesch 82.1: 129–148.
Harlow, M. (2005). ‘Dress in the Historia Augusta: the role of dress in historical narrative’, in L. Cleland (ed.), The Clothed Body in the Ancient World. Oxford, 143–153.
Sebesta, J. (2005). ‘The toga praetexta of Roman Children and Praetextate Garments’, in L. Cleland (ed.), The Clothed Body in the Ancient World. Oxford, 113–120.
Dyck, A. (2001). ‘Dressing to Kill. Attire as a proof and means of characterization in Cicero's speeches’. Arethusa 34: 119–130.
Croom, A. (2000). Roman Clothing and Fashion. London.
Vout, C. (1996). ‘The Myth of the Toga: Understanding the History of Roman Dress’. Greece and Rome 43.2: 204–220.
Sebesta, J. (1994). ‘Tunica Ralla, Tunica Spissa: The Colors and Textiles of Roman Costume’, in J. Sebesta and L. Bonfante (eds), The World of Roman Costume. Madison, 65–76.
Sebesta, J. (1994). ‘Symbolism in the Costume of the Roman Woman’, in J. Sebesta and L. Bonfante (eds), The World of Roman Costume. Madison, 46–53.
Sebesta, J. and L. Bonfante (1994). The World of Roman Costume. Madison.
Stone, S. (1994). ‘The Toga: From National to Ceremonial Costume’, in J. Sebesta and L. Bonfante (eds), The World of Roman Costume. Madison, 13–45.
Burford, A. (1972). Craftsmen in Greek and Roman Society. Ithaca.