Bibliography: Roman Society

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Liu, J. (2009). Collegia Centonariorum: The Guilds of Textile Dealers in the Roman West. Leiden / Boston.
Edmondson, J. (2008). ‘Public Dress and Social Control in Late Republican and Early Imperial Rome’, in J. Edmondson and A. Keith (eds), Roman dress and the fabrics of Roman culture. Toronto, 21–46.
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George, M. (2008). ‘The 'Dark Side' of the Toga’, in J. Edmondson and A. Keith (eds), Roman dress and the fabrics of Roman culture. Toronto, 94–112.
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Cottica, D. (2007). ‘Spinning in the Roman World: from Everyday Craft to Metaphor of Destiny’, in C. Gillis and M.-L. Nosch (eds), Ancient Textiles. Production, Craft and Society. Oxford, 220–228.
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Larsson Lovén, L. (2007). ‘Wool Work as a Gender Symbol in Ancient Rome. Roman Textiles and Ancient Sources’, in C. Gillis and M.-L. Nosch (eds), Ancient Textiles. Production, Craft and Society. Oxford, 229–236.
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Parkins, H.M. (1997). ‘The consumer city domesticated. The Roman city in élite economic strategies’, in H.M. Parkins (ed.), Roman Urbanism. Beyond the Consumer City. London, 83–111.
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Sebesta, J. (1994). ‘Symbolism in the Costume of the Roman Woman’, in J. Sebesta and L. Bonfante (eds), The World of Roman Costume. Madison, 46–53.
Sebesta, J. (1994). ‘Tunica Ralla, Tunica Spissa: The Colors and Textiles of Roman Costume’, in J. Sebesta and L. Bonfante (eds), The World of Roman Costume. Madison, 65–76.
Sebesta, J. and L. Bonfante (1994). The World of Roman Costume. Madison.
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