Combined Bibliography: Houses and Atrium-house

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Pesando, F. (2006). ‘Il 'Secolo d'Oro' di Pompei. Aspetti dell'architettura pubblica e privata nel II secolo a.c.’, in M. Osanna and M. Torelli (eds), Sicilia ellenistica, consuetudo italica. Alle origini dell'architettura ellenistica d'Occidente. Rome and Pisa, 227–241.
Allison, P.M. (2004). Pompeian Households. An Analysis of the Material Culture. Los Angeles.
Hales, S. (2003). The Roman House and Social Identity. Cambridge.
Grahame, M. (2000). Reading Space: Social Interaction and Identity in the Houses of Roman Pompeii. A syntactical approach to the analysis and interpretation of built space. Oxford.
Dickmann, J.-A. (1999). Domus Frequentata. Anspruchsvolles Wohnen im pompejanischen Stadthaus. Munich.
Schoonhoven, A. (1999). ‘Residences for the rich? Some observations on the alleged residential and elitist character of Regio VI of Pompeii’. BABesch 74: 219–246.
Wallace-Hadrill, A. (1997). ‘Rethinking the Roman atrium house’, in R. Laurence and A. Wallace-Hadrill (eds), Domestic Space in the Roman World: Pompeii and beyond. Pourtsmouth, 219–240.
Seiler, F. (1992). Casa degli Amorini dorati (VI 16, 7.38). Munich.
Andersson, E.B. (1990). ‘Fountains and the Roman Dwelling: Casa del Torello in Pompeii’. JDAI 105: 207–236.
Peterse, C. (1985). ‘Notes on the design of the house of Pansa (VI 6, 1) in Pompeii’. MededRom n/a: 35–55.
Geertman, H. (1984). ‘Geometria e aritmetica in alcune case ad atrio pompeiane’. BABesch 59: 31–52.
Peterse, C. (1984). ‘Der oskische Fuß in pompejanischen Atrien’. BABesch 59: 9–61.