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Combined Bibliography: Pompeii and Herculaneum

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Rowan, E. (2017). ‘Sewers, Archaeobotany, and Diet at Pompeii and Herculaneum’, in M. Flohr and A. Wilson (eds), The Economy of Pompeii. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 111–134.
Dessales, H. (2013). Le partage de l'eau. Fontaines et distribution hydraulique dans l'habitat urbain de l'Italie romaine. Rome: École française de Rome.
Hartnett, J. (2011). ‘The Power of Nuisances on the Roman Street’, in R. Laurence and D. Newsome (eds), Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space. n/a Oxford: Oxford University Press, 135–159.
Monteix, N. (2010). Les lieux de métier : boutiques et ateliers d'Herculanum. Rome: École Française de Rome.
Andreau, J. (2008). ‘The Use and Survival of Coins and of Gold and Silver in the Vesuvian Cities’, in W. Harris (ed.), The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Romans. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 208–225.
Guidobaldi, M.-P. and P.-G. Guzzo (2008). Nuove Ricerche Archeologiche nell'Area Vesuviana (scavi 2003-2006). Rome: "L'Erma" di Bretschneider.
Aßkamp, R., M. Brouwer, J. Christiansen, H. Kenzler and L. Wamsler (2007). Luxus und Dekadenz. Römisches Leben am Golf von Neapel. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern.
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: Electa, 295–317.
Guzzo, P.-G. and M.-P. Guidobaldi (2005). Nuove ricerche archeologiche a Pompei ed Ercolano. Naples: Electa.
Mols, S. and E. Moormann (2005). Omni pede stare. Saggi Architettonici e circumvesuviani in memoriam Jos de Waele. Napoli: Electa.
Monteix, N., M. Pernot and B. Chiaretti (2005). ‘Pompéi, Herculanum (Naples) et Saepinum (Molise): recherches sur l'artisanat antique.’. MEFRA 117.1: 317–339.
Leach, E. (2004). The social life of painting in ancient Rome and on the bay of Naples. Cambridge.
D'Ambrosio, A., P.-G. Guzzo and M. Mastroroberto (2003). Storie da un'eruzione. Pompei Ercolano Oplontis. Milano: Electa.
Moormann, E. (2003). ‘Guides in the Vesuvius Area Eternalised in Travelogues and Fiction’. RivStPomp XIV: 31–48.
Hoffmann, A. (2002). ‘Felix Pirson: Mietwohnungen in Pompeji und Herkulaneum’. Review of Pirson, F., 'Mietwohnungen in Pompeji und Herculaneum'. Gnomon .
Jansen, G.C.M. (2002). Water in de Romeinse stad. Maastricht.
Pirson, F. (1999). Mietwohnungen in Pompeji und Herculaneum. Munich.
De Waele, J., R. De Kind and C. Peterse (1996). ‘Case di Pompeii ed Ercolano: disegno e progettazione’. OpPomp VI: 1–16.
De Caro, S. (1994). Il Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli. Napoli: Electa.
Jashemski, W. (1993). The Gardens of Pompeii, Herculaneum and the Villas Destroyed by Vesuvius, II, Appendices. New Rochelle.
Fröhlich, T. (1991). Lararien- und Fassadenbilder in den Vesuvstädten. Mainz.
Watts, C.M. (1987). A Pattern Language for houses at Pompeii, Herculaneum and Ostia. Austin.
Kockel, V. (1986). ‘Funde und Forschungenin den Vesuvstädten’. AA 1986: 443–569.
Sigurdsson, H., S. Carey, W. Cornell and T. Pescatore (1985). ‘The Eruption of Vesuvius in A.D. 79’. NatGeRes 1.3: 332–387.
De Vos, A. and M. De Vos (1982). Pompei Ercolano Stabia. Rome.
Sigurdsson, H., S. Cashdollar and S. Sparks (1982). ‘The Eruption of Vesuvius in A.D. 79: Reconstruction from Historical and Volcanological Evidence’. AJA 86.1: 39–51.
Orr, D. (1972). Roman Domestic Religion: A Study of the Roman Household Deities and their Serines at Pompeii and Herculaneum. Ann Arbor.
Grant, M. (1971). Cities of Vesuvius: Pompeii and Herculaneum. London.
Förster, F.C. (1828). ‘Die neuesten Ausgrabungen in Pompeji, Herkulaneum und Stabiä’. BKB I, 7: 206–212.
Anonymous, (1762). Le pitture antiche d'Ercolano e contorni. Naples: .