Bibliography: Households

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Allison, P.M. (2006). The Insula of the Menander at Pompeii. III. The Finds. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Flohr, M. (2005). ‘Room contents and domestic behaviour at Pompeii’. Review of Allison, P.M., 'Pompeian Households. An Analysis of the Material Culture'. JRA 18.
Allison, P.M. (2004). Pompeian Households. An Analysis of the Material Culture. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology.
Rawson, B. (2003). ‘'The Roman Family' in recent research: state of the question’. BiblInt 11: 119–138.
Harris, E. (2002). Workshop, Marketplace and Household. The nature of technical specialization in classical Athens and its influence on economy and society. London.
Bradley, K. (2000). ‘Fictive Families: Family and Household in the [Metamorphoses] of Apuleius’. Phoenix 54.3-4: 282–308.
Saller, R. (2000). ‘Family and Household’, in A. Bowman, P. Garnsey and D. Rathbone (eds), The High Empire: A.D. 70-192. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 855–874.
Allison, P.M. (1999). Labels for Ladles: Interpreting the Material Culture of Pompeian Households. London.
Allison, P.M. (1997). ‘Roman households: an archaeological perspective’, in H.M. Parkins (ed.), Roman Urbanism. Beyond the Consumer City. London: Routledge, 112–146.
George, M. (1997). ‘Repopulating the Roman House’, in B. Rawson and P. Weaver (eds), The Roman Family in Italy. Oxford, 299–319.
George, M. (1997). ‘Servus and domus: the slave in the Roman house’, in R. Laurence and A. Wallace-Hadrill (eds), Domestic Space in the Roman World: Pompeii and beyond. Pourtsmouth, 15–24.
Rawson, B. and P. Weaver (1997). The Roman Family in Italy. Oxford.
Dunbabin, K. (1995). ‘Houses and Households of Pompeii’. Review of Wallace-Hadrill, A., 'Houses and Society in Pompeii and Herculaneum'. JRA .
Treggiari, S. (1975). ‘Jobs in the household of Livia’. PBSR 43: 48–77.