Bibliography: Macellum

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Wallace-Hadrill, A. (2014). ‘The Senses in the Marketplace: The Luxury Market and Eastern Trade in Imperial Rome’, in J. Toner (ed.), A Cultural History of the Senses in Antiquity. London: Bloomsbury, 69–89.
Hamdoune, Chr. (2010). ‘Les «macella» dans les cités de l'Afrique romaine’. AntAfr 45: 27–35.
De Ruyt, C. (2007). ‘Les Produits vendus au Macellum’. Food and History 5.1: 135–150.
Monteix, N. (2007). ‘Du couteau au boucher: remarques préliminaires sur la préparation et le commerce de la viande à Pompéi’. Food and History 5.1: 169–196.
Van Andringa, W. (2007). ‘Du sanctuaire au macellum : sacrifices, commerce et consommation de la viande à Pompéi’. Food and History 5.1: 47–72.
García Morcillo, M. (2000). ‘El macellum magnum y la roma de Nerón’. Iberia 3: 265–286.
Pagano, M. (1984). ‘Note sui macella del mondo romano’. RAAN 59: 11–121.
Bracco, V. (1983). ‘Il macellum di Bussento’. Epigraphica 45: 109–115.
De Ruyt, C. (1983). Macellum. Marché Alimentaire des Romains. Louvain-la-Neuve: Institut Supérieur d'Archéologie et d'Hi.
De Ruyt, C. (1983). ‘Mercati romani con cortile circolare in Italia centrale e meridionale’. QIASA 3: 171–180.
Nabers, N. (1977). ‘The Roman macellum. The archaeological evidence and the written evidence’. JFA 4: 262–262.
Nabers, N. (1973). ‘The architectural variations of the macellum’. OpRom 9: 173–176.
Ward Perkins, J.B. (1970). ‘From Republic to Empire: Reflections on the early Provincial Architecture of the Roman West’. JRS 60: 1–19.
Nabers, N. (1968). ‘The architectural variations of the macellum’. AJA 72: 169–169.
De Meyer, L. (1962). ‘L'étymologie de macellum, marché’. AC 31: 148–152.
Schneider, K. (1928). ‘Macellum’, in G. Wissowa and W. Kroll (eds), Paulys Real-Encyclopädie der Classischen Altertumswissenschaft. Neue Bearbeitung. 16.1 Stuttgart: Metzlersche Buchandlung, 129–133.
Thédenat, H. (1900). ‘Macellum’, in C. Daremberg and E. Saglio (eds), Dictionnaire des Antiquités Grecques et Romaines. 3.2 Paris: Hachette, 1457–1461.