Bibliography: Funerary monuments

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Stewart, P. (2008). The Social History of Roman Art. Cambridge.
Hasegawa, K. (2005). The Familia Urbana during the Early Empire. A Study of Columbaria Inscriptions. Oxford.
Petersen, L. (2003). ‘The Baker, His Tomb, His Wife, and Her Breadbasket: The Monument of Eurysaces in Rome’. Art Bullet 85.2: 230–257.
Coarelli, F. (2001). ‘Il Sepolcro e la casa di Servio Tullio’. Eutopia n.s. I, 1-: 7–43.
Hope, V. (2001). Constructing Identity: The Roman Funerary Monuments of Aquileia, Mainz and Nimes. Oxford.
Larsson Lovén, L. (2001). ‘Images of textile manufacture in funerary iconography’, in M. Polfer (ed.), L'artisanat romain: évolutions, continuités et ruptures (Italie et provinces occidentales). Actes du 2e colloque d'Erpeldange 26-28 october 2001. Montagnac, 43–54.
Larsson Lovén, L. (2000). ‘Representations of textile production in Gallo-Roman funerary art’, in D. Cardon and M. Feugère (eds), Archéologie des Textiles des origines au Ve siècle. Montagnac, 235–240.
Young, A. (2000). ‘Representations of Cloth Vendors and the Cloth Trade on Funerary Reliefs in Roman Gaul and Italy’, in D. Cardon and M. Feugère (eds), Archéologie des Textiles des origines au Ve siècle. Montagnac, 215–233.
Caldelli, M. and C. Ricci (1999). Monumentum familiae Statiliorum: un riesame. Rome.
Schwinden, L. (1989). ‘Gallo-römisches Textilgewerbe nach Denkmälern aus Trier und dem Trevererland’. TZ 52: 279–318.
Drack, W. (1979). ‘Fragment eines gallo-römischen Grabsteines von Vitudurum’. ArchSchw 2.3: 191–191.
Reddé, M. (1978). ‘Les scènes de métier dans la sculpture funéraire gallo-romaine’. Gallia 36: 43–63.
Kleiner, D. and F. Kleiner (1975). Review of Cancio Rosetto, P., 'Il sepolcro del fornaio Marco Virgilio Eurisace a Porta Maggiore'. AJA 79.3.
Santarelli, A. (1878). ‘VII. Forlimpopoli’. NSc 3: 153–156.