Bibliography: Late Antiquity

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Andrews, M.M. (2015). ‘The Laetaniae Septiformes of Gregory I, S. Maria Maggiore and Early Marian Cult in Rome’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London: Bloomsbury, 155–164.
Bjørnebye, J. (2015). ‘Mithraic Movement: Negotiating Topography and Space in Late Antique Rome’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London: Bloomsbury, 225–236.
Lønstrup Dal Santo, G. (2015). ‘Rite of Passage: On Ceremonial Movements and Vicarious Memories (Fourth Century CE)’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London: Bloomsbury, 145–154.
Marano, Y. (2015). ‘"Watered... with the Life-giving Wave": Aqueducts and Water Management in Ostrogothic Italy’, in P.P.M. Erdkamp, K. Verboven and A. Zuiderhoek (eds), Ownership and Exploitation of Land and Natural Resources in the Roman World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 150–169.
Mulryan, M. (2015). ‘Movement and the Hero: Following St Lawrence in Late Antique Rome’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London: Bloomsbury, 165–172.
Undheim, S. (2015). ‘Veiled Visibility: Morality, Movement and Sacred Virginity in Late Antiquity’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London: Bloomsbury, 59–71.
Jacobs, I. (2014). Production and Prosperity in the Theodosian Period. Interdisciplinary studies in ancient culture and religion 14. Leuven: Peeters.
Lavan, L. (2012). ‘Public Space in Late Antique Ostia: Excavation and Survey in 2008-2011’. AJA 116.4: 649–691.
Loseby, S. (2012). ‘Post-Roman Economies’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy. n/a Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 334–360.
Walton, M.S. and M.S. Tite (2010). ‘Production Technology of Roman Lead-Glazed Pottery and its Continuance into Late Antiquity’. Archaeometry 52.5: 733–759.
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Lavan, L., E Zanini and A. Sarantis (2008). Technology in Transition A.D. 300-650. Leiden: Brill.
Sagui, L. (2008). ‘Glass In Late Antiquity: The Continuity Of Technology And Sources Of Supply’, in L. Lavan, E Zanini and A. Sarantis (eds), Technology in Transition A.D. 300-650. Leiden: Brill, 211–231.
Iasiello, I. (2007). Samnium: assetti e trasformazioni di una provincia tardoantica. Bari: Edipuglia.
Baratte, F. (2004). ‘Le vêtement dans l'antiquité tardive: rupture ou continuité?’. Review of Caillet, J.-P.; Carrié, J.-M., 'Tissus et vêtements dans l'antiquité tardive'. Antiquité Tardive .
Caillet, J.-P. and J.-M. Carrié (2004). ‘Tissus et vêtements dans l'antiquité tardive’. Antiquité Tardive.
Carrié, J.-M. (2004). ‘Vitalité de l'industrie textile à la fin de l'Antiquité: considérations économiques et technologiques’. Antiquité Tardive 12: 13–44.
Morelli, F. (2004). ‘Tessuti e indumenti nel contesto economico tardoantico: i prezzi’. Antiquité Tardive 5: 55–78.
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Kellens, N., P. Degryse, F. Martens and M. Waelkens (2003). ‘Iron Production Activities and Products at Roman to early Byzantine Sagalassos’, in a.a.v.v. (ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Archaeometallurgy in Europe, 24-26 September 2003, Milan, Italy. Associazione italiana metallurgia: Milan, 545–554.
Liebeschütz, W. (2003). The Decline and Fall of the Roman City. Oxford: Oxford University Press .
Polichetti, A. (2002). ‘Costo del lavoro e potere d'acquisto nell'editto dei prezzi’, in L. De Blois and J. Rich (eds), The Transformation of Economic Life under the Roman Empire. Amsterdam: Gieben, 218–219.
Lavan, L. (2001). Recent Research in Late Antique Urbanism. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series 42. Pourtsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology.
Schirrer, H. (2000). Ephesus. The New Guide. Selçuk: Efes Müzesi.
Drexhage, H.-J. (1998). ‘Ein Monat in Antiochia. Lebenskosten und Ernährungsverhalten des Theophanes im Payni (26. Mai - 24. Juni), ca. 318 n. Chr.’. MBAH 17.1: 11–31.
Salway, R. (1997). ‘Corcoran, The Empire of the Tetrarchs’, in S. Corcoran (ed.), The Empire of the Tetrarchs: Imperial Pronouncements and Government. Oxford, 4–4.
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Giuliani, C.F. and P. Verduchi (1995). ‘Forum Romanum, part 4: Età Tarda’, in E.M. Steinby (ed.), Lexicon Topographicum Urbis Romae. Vol. II. D-G. Rome: Quasar, 342–343.
Sironen, E. (1992). ‘The Edict of Diocletian and a Theodosian Regulation at Corinth’. Hesperia 61.2: 223–226.
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Drexhage, H.-J. (1983). ‘Die Expositio totius mundi et gentium. Eine Handelsgeographie aus dem 4. Jahrhundert n. Chr.’. MBAH 2.1: 3–41.
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Von Petrikovits, H. (1981). ‘Die Spezialisierung des Römischen Handwerks II (Spätantike)’. ZPE 43: 285–306.
Doyle, E.J. (1976). ‘Two New Fragments of the Edict of Diocletian on Maximum Prices’. Hesperia 45.1: 77–97.
Crawford, M. and J. Reynolds (1975). ‘The Publication of the Prices Edict: A New Inscription from Aezani’. JRS 65: 160–163.
Lattanzi, E. (1974). ‘La Nuova Basilica Paleocristiana di Egnazia’. PP II: 141–164.
Erim, K. and J. Reynolds (1973). ‘The Aphrodisias Copy of Diocletian's Edict on Maximum Prices’. JRS 63: 1973–1973.
Lauffer, S. (1971). Diocletians Preisedikt. Berlin.
Erim, K., J. Reynolds, J.P. Wild and M.H. Ballance (1970). ‘The Copy of Diocletian's Edict on Maximum Prices from Aphrodisias in Caria’. JRS 60: 120–141.
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Graser, E.R. (1940). ‘The Edict of Diocletian on Maximum Prices’, in T. Frank (ed.), An Economic Survey of Ancient Rome. V. Rome and Italy of the Empire. Baltimore: The John's Hopkins Press, 305–521.
Graser, E.R. (1940). ‘The Significance of Two New Fragments of the Edict of Diocletian’. TPAPA 71: 157–174.
West, L.C. (1939). ‘Notes on Diocletian's Edict’. CP 34.3: 239–245.
Kent, R.G. (1920). ‘The Edict of Diocletian Fixing Maximum Prices’. UPennLR 69.1: 35–47.
Mommsen, Th. (1891). ‘The Plataian Fragment of the Edict of Diocletian’. AJA 7.1-2: 54–64.
Loring, W. (1890). ‘A New Portion of the Edict of Diocletian from Megalopolis’. JHS 11: 299–342.
Rolfe, J. and F.B. Tarbell (1889). ‘Discoveries at Plataia in 1889. I. A New Fragment of the Preamble to Diocletian's Edict’. AJA 5.4: 428–439.