Bibliography: Euergetism

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Wen, S. (2018). Communal dining in the Roman West : private munificence towards cities and associations in the first three centuries AD. Leiden: Leiden University.
Gygax, D. (2016). Benefaction and Rewards in the Ancient Greek City: The Origins of Euergetism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Ng, D. (2015). ‘Commemoration and √Člite Benefaction of Buildings and Spectacles in the Roman World’. JRS 105: 101–123.
Zuiderhoek, A. (2015). ‘No Free Lunches: Paraprasis in the Greek Cities of the Roman East’. HSCP 107: 1–29.
Hoyer, D. (2013). ‘Public feasting, elite competition, and the market economy of Roman North Africa’. JNAS 18: 574–591.
Zuiderhoek, A. (2009). The politics of munificence in the Roman Empire citizens, elites and benefactors in Asia Minor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Flohr, M. (2008). Review of Patterson, J., 'Landscapes & Cities. Rural Settlement and Civic Transformation in Early Imperial Italy'. BMCR 2008.03.13.
Zuiderhoek, A. (2008). ‘Feeding the Citizens. Municipal grain funds and civic benefactors in the Roman East’, in R. Alston and O.M. Van Nijf (eds), Feeding the Ancient Greek City. Leuven: Peeters, 159–180.
Zuiderhoek, A. (2007). ‘The Ambiguity of Munificence’. Historia 56.2: 196–213.
Lomas, K. and T. Cornell (2003). 'Bread and Circuses': euergetism and municipal patronage in Roman Italy. london: Routledge.
Boatwright, M.T. (2002). ‘Trajan outside Rome: construction and embellishment in Italy and the Provinces’, in P.A. Stadter and L. Van der Stockt (eds), Sage and emperor: Plutarch, Greek intellectuals, and Roman power in the time of Trajan (98-117 A.D.). Leuven: Leuven University Press, 259–264.
Eilers, C. (2002). Roman patrons of Greek cities. Oxford Classical Monographs. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Woolf, G. (1990). ‘Food, poverty and patronage: the significance of the epigraphy of the Roman alimentary schemes in early imperial Italy’. PBSR 58: 197–228.
Jouffroy, H. (1986). La construction publique en Italie et dans l'Afrique romaine. n/a. Strasburg: AECR.