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N.B.: publications marked with (*) are peer reviewed.


1. (*) Flohr, M. (2013). The World of the Fullo. Work, Economy and Society in Roman Italy. Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy. Oxford.

Edited Volumes

3. (*) Flohr, M. and A. Wilson (2017). The Economy of Pompeii. Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy. Oxford.
2. (*) Wilson, A. and M. Flohr (2016). Urban craftsmen and traders in the Roman World. Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy. Oxford.
1. Poehler, E., M. Flohr and K. Cole (2011). Pompeii: Art, Industry, Infrastructure. Oxford.

Journal Articles

17. (*) Flohr, M. and V. Hunink (2019). ‘Een gulle gever zonder naam. De nieuwe grafinscriptie uit Pompeii’. Hermeneus 91.1: 26–32.
16. (*) Flohr, M. (2019). ‘Artisans and Markets: the Economics of Roman Domestic Decoration’. AJA 123.1: 101–125.
15. (*) Flohr, M. (2016). ‘Innovation and Society in the Roman World’. Oxford Handbooks Online.
14. Flohr, M. (2016). ‘Pompeii in perspectief’. Leidschrift 31.1: 41–60.
13. (*) Flohr, M. (2016). ‘Tabernae Publicae. Commercie en de publieke zaak in Romeins Italië’. Lampas 49: 67–88.
12. Flohr, M. (2014). ‘Costruire tabernae: l'investimento commerciale nelle città dell'Italia romana’. Forma Urbis 19.9: 42–44.
11. Flohr, M. (2013). ‘Building Tabernae - how commercial investment changed the cities of Roman Italy’. TMA 50: 84–84.
10. (*) Flohr, M. (2013). ‘The Textile Economy of Pompeii’. JRA 26: 53–78.
9. Flohr, M. (2011). ‘Tabernae, economische groei en stedelijke ontwikkeling in republikeins Pompeii’. TMA 46: 34–41.
8. Flohr, M. (2011). ‘Cleaning the Laundries III. Report of the 2008 campaign’. FOLD&R 214: 1–13.
7. (*) Flohr, M. (2009). ‘The social world of Roman fullonicae’. TRAJ 2008: 173–186.
6. Flohr, M. (2008). ‘Cleaning the Laundries II. Report of the 2007 campaign’. FOLD&R 111: 1–13.
5. Flohr, M. (2007). ‘Cleaning the Laundries. Report of the 2006 season’. RivStPomp 18: 131–136.
4. (*) Flohr, M. (2007). ‘Nec quicquam ingenuum habere potest officina? Spatial contexts of urban production at Pompeii, AD 79’. BABesch 82.1: 129–148.
3. (*) Flohr, M. (2006). ‘Pislucht in de achtertuin. Wonen en werken in Pompejaanse atriumhuizen’. Lampas 39.4: 326–342.
2. Flohr, M. (2005). ‘Keeping up appearances. Design History and Use of Domus VI 14, 21-22’. RivStPomp 16: 37–63.
1. (*) Flohr, M. (2003). ‘Fullones and Roman Society. A Reconsideration’. JRA 16: 447–450.

Book Chapters

26. (*) Flohr, M. (In Press). ‘Performing commerce: everyday work and urban life in Roman Italy’, in A. Haug and S. Merten (eds), Urban Practice. Leuven.
25. Flohr, M. (In Press). ‘Prosperity, investment, and the history of Pompeii's urban economy’, in E. Lo Cascio, M. Maiuro and M. Balbo (eds), Population, Resources and Urbanization in Campania. Bari.
24. Flohr, M. (Forthcoming). ‘Sanctuary and workshop. Religion and commerce in Roman urban space’, in A. Pollini and A. Esposito (eds), Espaces sacrés et espaces de production. .
23. Flohr, M. (Forthcoming). ‘Places and Spaces of Shopping’, in M. Harlow and R. Laurence (eds), The Cultural History of Shopping, Volume 1: Antiquity. London.
22. Flohr, M. (Forthcoming). ‘Metal manufacturing and the Roman Economy. Some Observations’, in A. Wilson and A. Bowman (eds), Mining, Metal Supply and Coinage in the Roman Empire n/a. Oxford.
21. Flohr, M. (2018). ‘Work and Workplaces’, in E. Lytle (ed.), A Cultural History of Work in Antiquity. London, 57–72.
20. Flohr, M. (2018). ‘Skeletons in the cupboard? Femurs and food regimes in the Roman world’, in P.P.M. Erdkamp and C. Holleran (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Diet and Nutrition in the Roman World. London, 273–280.
19. Flohr, M. (2017). ‘Beyond smell. The sensory landscape of the Roman fullonica’, in E.M. Betts (ed.), Senses of the Empire: Multisensory Approaches to Roman Culture. London.
18. (*) Flohr, M. (2017). ‘Quantifying Pompeii: Population, Inequality and the Urban Economy’, in M. Flohr and A. Wilson (eds), The Economy of Pompeii. Oxford, 53–84.
17. (*) Flohr, M. and A. Wilson (2017). ‘Introduction: Investigating an Urban Economy’, in M. Flohr and A. Wilson (eds), The Economy of Pompeii. Oxford, 1–19.
16. Flohr, M. (2017). ‘Textiles, trade and the urban economies of Roman Asia Minor’, in K. Piesker (ed.), Wirtschaft als Machtbasis. Vormoderne Wirtschaftssysteme in Anatolien. Berlin, 21–41.
15. Flohr, M. (2016). ‘The Wool Economy of Roman Italy’, in K. Dross-Krüpe and M.-L. Nosch (eds), Textiles, Trade and Theories. From the Ancient Near East to the Mediterranean. Münster, 49–62.
14. (*) Flohr, M. (2016). ‘Constructing Occupational Identities in the Roman World’, in K. Verboven and C. Laes (eds), Work, labor and professions in the Roman World. Leiden, 147–172.
13. (*) Flohr, M. and A. Wilson (2016). ‘Introduction’, in A. Wilson and M. Flohr (eds), Urban craftsmen and traders in the Roman World. Oxford, 1–19.
12. (*) Flohr, M. and A. Wilson (2016). ‘Roman Craftsmen and Traders. Towards an Intellectual History’, in A. Wilson and M. Flohr (eds), Urban craftsmen and traders in the Roman World. Oxford, 23–54.
11. Flohr, M. (2014). ‘De Economie van Romeins Italië’, in W. Hupperetz, O. Karper, M.J. Versluys and F. Naerebout (eds), Van Rome naar Romeins. Zwolle, 48–52.
10. Flohr, M. (2014). ‘Towards an Economic History of Textile Manufacturing and Trade in the Roman World’, in K. Dross-Krüpe (ed.), Textile trade and distribution in antiquity. Wiesbaden, 1–16.
9. Flohr, M. (2013). ‘Ulula, quinquatrus and the occupational identity of fullones in early imperial Italy’, in M. Gleba and J. Pasztokai-Szeöke (eds), Making Textiles in pre-Roman and Roman Times: People, Places, Identities. Oxford, 192–207.
8. 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.
7. Flohr, M. and N. De Haan (2012). ‘Delos in de tweede eeuw v. Chr.: Panhelleens heiligdom en kosmopolitische vrijhaven’, in N. De Haan and S. Mols (eds), Cultuurgeschiedenis van de Klassieke Oudheid. Zwolle, 186–197.
6. Flohr, M. (2012). ‘Economie in de Oudheid: risico mijden en winst maken’, in N. De Haan and S. Mols (eds), Cultuurgeschiedenis van de Klassieke Oudheid. Zwolle, 199–211.
5. Poehler, E., M. Flohr and K. Cole (2011). ‘Introduction’, in E. Poehler, M. Flohr and K. Cole (eds), Pompeii: Art, Industry, Infrastructure n/a. Oxford, 1–9.
4. 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.
3. Flohr, M. (2011). ‘Reconsidering the Atrium House. Domestic Fullonicae at Pompeii’, in E. Poehler, M. Flohr and K. Cole (eds), Pompeii: Art, Industry, Infrastructure n/a. Oxford, 88–102.
2. Acéro Pérez, J., M. Flohr, B. Hobson, J. Koehler, A.-O. Koloski-Ostrow, S. Radbauer and J. Van Vaerenbergh (2011). ‘Location and Contexts of Toilets’, in G. Jansen, A.-O. Koloski-Ostrow and E. Moormann (eds), Roman Toilets. Their Archaeology and Cultural History n/a. Leuven, 113–130.
1. Flohr, M. and A. Wilson (2011). ‘The economy of ordure’, in G. Jansen, A.-O. Koloski-Ostrow and E. Moormann (eds), Roman Toilets. Their Archaeology and Cultural History. Leuven, 127–136.

Articles in Conference Proceedings

5. Flohr, M. (Forthcoming). ‘Commerce and architecture in late Hellenistic Italy: the emergence of the taberna row’, in M. Heinzelmann and M. Bentz (eds), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology Cologne/Bonn, 22 - 26 May 2018. .
4. Flohr, M. (2018). ‘Tabernae and commercial investment along the western decumanus in Ostia’, in C. De Ruyt, Th. Morard and F. Van Haeperen (eds), Ostia Antica. Nouvelles études et recherces sur les quartiers occidentaux de la cité Actes du colloque international (Rome-Ostia Antica, 22-24 septembre 2014). Rome, 143–153.
3. Flohr, M. (2011). ‘Consumption, not Production. Understanding the fullonicae of Pompeii’, in C. Alfaro, J.-P. Brun, R. Pierobon Benoit and Ph. Borgard (eds), Textiles y tintes en la ciudad antigua : actas del III Symposium Internacional sobre Textiles y Tintes del Mediterráneo en el mundo antiguo (Nápoles, 13 al 15 de noviembre, 2008) n/a. Valencia, 209–215.
2. Flohr, M. (2006). ‘Organizing the Workshop. Water Management in Roman Fullonicae’, in G. Wiplinger (ed.), Cura Aquarum in Ephesus. Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on the History of Water Management and Hydraulic Engineering in the Mediterranean Region, Ephesus/Selçuk, October 2-10, 2004 n/a. Leuven, 193–200.
1. Flohr, M. (2005). ‘Ars Fullonia. Interpreting and Contextualising Roman Fulling’, in C. Briault, J. Green, A. Kaldelis and A. Stellatou (eds), SOMA 2003. Symposium On Mediterranean Archaeology. Oxford, 59–63.


21. Flohr, M. (In Press). ‘Meer vrouwen, meer rituelen: een ruimhartiger Atheens burgerschap’. Review of Blok, J., 'Citizenship in Classical Athens'. TvG .
20. Flohr, M. (2018). Review of Erdkamp, P.P.M.; Verboven, K.; Zuiderhoek, A., 'Ownership and Exploitation of Land and Natural Resources in the Roman World'. Latomus 77.3.
19. Flohr, M. (2018). Review of Hawkins, C., 'Roman Artisans and the Urban Economy'. JRS 108.
18. Flohr, M. (2017). Review of Dardenay, A.; Rosso, E., 'Dialogues entre sphère publique et sphère privée dans l'espace de la cité romaine. Vecteurs, acteurs, significations'. BJ 215.
17. Flohr, M. (2016). ‘Wetten, burgerschap en bloei: de economie van de Griekse polis’. Review of Bresson, A., 'The Making of the ancient Greek economy. Institutions, markets, and growth in the city-states'. TvG 129.4.
16. Flohr, M. (2015). Review of Monteix, N., 'Les lieux de métier : boutiques et ateliers d'Herculanum'. BABesch 90.
15. Flohr, M. (2014). Review of Tran, N., 'Dominus Tabernae. Le statut de travail des artisans et des commerçans de l'occident romain'. BMCR 2014.10.09.
14. Flohr, M. (2014). Review of Esposito, A.; Sanidas, G., 'Quartiers artisanaux en Grèce ancienne. Une perspective méditerranéenne'. JHS 134.
13. Flohr, M. (2014). Review of Temin, P., 'The Roman Market Economy'. Mnemosyne 67.4.
12. Flohr, M. (2014). Review of Hoffmann-Salz, J., 'Die wirtschaftlichen Auswirkungen der römischen Eroberung. Vergleichende Untersuchungen der Provinzen Hispania Tarraconensis, Africa Proconsularis und Syria'. Gnomon 86.2.
11. Flohr, M. (2013). Review of Tchernia, A., 'Les Romains et le commerce'. RPh 85.2.
10. Flohr, M. (2013). Review of Mayer, E., 'The Ancient Middle Classes. Urban Life and Aesthetics in the Roman Empire 100 BCE - 250 CE'. JRS 103.
9. Flohr, M. (2013). Review of Holleran, C., 'Shopping in ancient Rome: the retail trade in the late Republic and the principate'. BMCR 2013.02.51.
8. Flohr, M. (2013). ‘Roman Movement’. Review of Laurence, R.; Newsome, D., 'Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space'. CR 63.1.
7. Flohr, M. (2012). Review of Harris, W., 'Rome's Imperial Economy. Twelve Essays'. BMCR 2012.02.40.
6. Flohr, M. (2010). Review of Faber, A.; Hofmann, A., 'Die Casa del Fauno in Pompeji (VI 12), Part I: Stratigraphische Befunde der Ausgrabungen in den Jahren 1961 bis 1963 und Bauhistorische Analyse'. GFA 13.
5. Flohr, M. (2008). Review of Patterson, J., 'Landscapes & Cities. Rural Settlement and Civic Transformation in Early Imperial Italy'. BMCR 2008.03.13.
4. Flohr, M. (2008). Review of Allison, P.M., 'The Insula of the Menander at Pompeii. III. The Finds'. BABesch 83.
3. Flohr, M. (2007). Review of MacMahon, A.; Price, J., 'Roman Working Lives and Urban Living'. BMCR 2007.02.17.
2. Flohr, M. (2006). Review of Dickmann, J.-A., 'Pompeji. Archäologie und Geschichte'. BMCR 2006.05.08.
1. Flohr, M. (2005). ‘Room contents and domestic behaviour at Pompeii’. Review of Allison, P.M., 'Pompeian Households. An Analysis of the Material Culture'. JRA 18.