Bibliography: Demography

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Flohr, M. (2018). ‘Skeletons in the cupboard? Femurs and food regimes in the Roman world’, in P.P.M. Erdkamp and C. Holleran (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Diet and Nutrition in the Roman World. London: Routledge, 273–280.
Flohr, M. (2017). ‘Quantifying Pompeii: Population, Inequality and the Urban Economy’, in M. Flohr and A. Wilson (eds), The Economy of Pompeii. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 53–84.
Hin, S. (2013). The Demography of Roman Italy. Population Dynamics in an Ancient Conquest Society 201 BCE-14 CE. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Moatti, C. (2013). ‘Immigration and cosmopolitanization’, in P.P.M. Erdkamp (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rome. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 77–92.
Morley, N. (2013). ‘Population size and social structure’, in P.P.M. Erdkamp (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rome. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 29–44.
Scheidel, W. (2013). ‘Italian manpower’. Review of De Ligt, L., 'Peasants, Citizens and Soldiers: Studies in the Demographic History of Roman Italy 225 BC - AD 100'. JRA 26.
De Ligt, L. (2012). Peasants, Citizens and Soldiers: Studies in the Demographic History of Roman Italy 225 BC - AD 100. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
De Ligt, L. and P. Garnsey (2012). ‘The Album of Herculaneum and a model of the town's demography’. JRA 25: 69–94.
Scheidel, W. (2012). ‘Physical well-being’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy. n/a Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 321–333.
Scheidel, W. (2003). ‘Germs for Rome’, in C. Edwards and G. Woolf (eds), Rome the Cosmopolis. n/a Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 158–176.
Storey, G.R. (1997). ‘The Population of Ancient Rome’. Antiquity 71: 966–978.