Combined Bibliography: Pompeii and Crafts and Manufacturing

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Monteix, N. (2017). ‘Urban Production and the Pompeian Economy’, in M. Flohr and A. Wilson (eds), The Economy of Pompeii. Oxford, 209–241.
Monteix, N. (2016). ‘Contextualizing the operational sequence: Pompeian bakeries as a case-study’, in A. Wilson and M. Flohr (eds), Urban craftsmen and traders in the Roman World. Oxford, 153–179.
Flohr, M. (2013). The World of the Fullo. Work, Economy and Society in Roman Italy. Oxford.
Flohr, M. (2012). ‘Working and living under one roof: workshops in Pompeian atrium houses’, in A. Anguissola (ed.), Privata Luxuria: Towards an Archaeology of Intimacy. Munich, 51–72.
Flohr, M. (2011). ‘Exploring the limits of skilled craftsmanship: the fullonicae of Roman Italy’, in N. Monteix and N. Tran (eds), Les Savoirs Professionels des gens de métier Romains. études sur le monde du travail dans les sociétés urbaines de l'empire romain n/a. Rome, 87–100.
Poehler, E., M. Flohr and K. Cole (2011). Pompeii: Art, Industry, Infrastructure. Oxford.
Monteix, N. (2010). Les lieux de métier : boutiques et ateliers d'Herculanum. Rome.
Esposito, D. (2009). Le officine pittoriche di IV stile a Pompei. Dinamiche produttive ed economico-sociali. Rome.
Flohr, M. (2009). ‘The social world of Roman fullonicae’. TRAJ 2008: 173–186.
Peña, J. and M. McCallum (2009). ‘The Production and Distribution of Pottery at Pompeii: A Review of the Evidence; Part 1, Production’. AJA 113.1: 57–79.
Potts, J. (2009). ‘The art of piety and profit at Pompeii: a new interpretation of the painted shop façade at IX.7.1-2’. Greece and Rome 56.1: 55–70.
Liu, J. (2008). ‘Pompeii and collegia: a new appraisal of the evidence’. AHB 22: 53–70.
Flohr, M. (2007). ‘Nec quicquam ingenuum habere potest officina? Spatial contexts of urban production at Pompeii, AD 79’. BABesch 82.1: 129–148.
Proto, F. (2006). ‘Tabernae, officinae ed altri impianti a carattere commerciale della Regio I di Pompei: un campione d'indagine socio-economica’. RivStPomp 17: 15–28.
Borgard, Ph., J.-P. Brun, M. Leguilloux, N. Monteix, M. Collin-Mingaud and M.T. Libre (2005). ‘Recherches sur les productions artisanales à Pompéi et Herculanum’, in P.-G. Guzzo and M.-P. Guidobaldi (eds), Nuove ricerche archeologiche a Pompei ed Ercolano. Naples, 295–317.
Monteix, N., M. Pernot and B. Chiaretti (2005). ‘Pompéi, Herculanum (Naples) et Saepinum (Molise): recherches sur l'artisanat antique.’. MEFRA 117.1: 317–339.
Robinson, D. (2005). ‘Re-thinking the social organisation of trade and industry in first century AD Pompeii’, in A. MacMahon and J. Price (eds), Roman Working Lives and Urban Living. Oxford, 88–105.
Borgard, Ph. and M.-P. Puybaret (2004). ‘Le travail de la laine au debut de l'empire: l'apport du modele pompeien. Quels artisans? Quels equipements? Quelles techniques?’, in C. Alfaro, J.P. Wild and B. Costa (eds), Actas del I Symposium Internacional sobre Textiles y Tintes del Mediterráneo en Época Romana. Valencia, 47–59.
Borgard, Ph., J.-P. Brun, M. Leguilloux and M. Tuffreau-Libre (2003). ‘Le produzioni artigianali a Pompei. Richerche condotte dal Centre Jean Bérard’. RivStPomp XIV: 9–29.
Avvisati, C. (2002). Pompei. Mestieri e Botteghe 2000 anni fa. Rome.
Stefani, G. (2000). Uomo e ambiente nel territorio vesuviano. Guida all'antiquarium di Boscoreale. Pompei.
Ciarallo, A. and E. De Carolis (1999). Homo Faber: Pompeii. Life in A Roman Town. Rome.
Gralfs, B. (1988). Metallverarbeitende Produktionsstätten in Pompeji. Oxford.
La Torre, G. (1988). ‘Gli impianti commerciali ed artigiani nel tessuto urbano di Pompei’, in L. Dell'Orto (ed.), Pompei, L'informatica al servizio di una città antica n/a. Rome, 73–102.
Gaitzsch, W. (1983). Gerbereisen aus Pompei. Napoli.
Van Houte, S. (1971). The Freedman at Pompeii.
Tanzer, H. (1939). The Common People of Pompeii - A study of the Graffiti. Baltimore.
Sievers, H. (1938). Beiträge zur Wirtschaftsgeschichte Pompejis.
Della Corte, M. (1926). ‘Publius Paquius Proculus’. JRS XVI: 145–154.
Jahn, O. (1868). ‘Ueber Darstellungen des Handwerks und Handelsverkehrs auf Antiken Wandgemälde’. Abhandlungen Sächsischen Gesellschaft 5.4: 266–318.