Bibliography: Methodology

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Bassi, K. (2016). Traces of the Past. Classics between History and Archaeology. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Newsome, D. (2011). ‘Introduction: Making Movement Meaningful’, in R. Laurence and D. Newsome (eds), Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space. n/a Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1–54.
Di Fiore, B. and D. Chianese (2008). ‘Electric and magnetic tomographic approach for the geophysical investigation of an unexplored area in the archaeological site of Pompeii (Southern Italy)’. JAS 35: 14–25.
Hedrick Jr., Ch. (2006). Ancient History. Monuments and Documents. Oxford: Blackwell.
Van Driel - Murray, C. (2002). ‘Practical Evaluation of a Field Test for the Identification of Ancient Vegetable Tanned Leathers’. JAS 29.1: 17–21.
Laurence, R. (2000). ‘J.T. Bakker, the Mills Bakeries of Ostia’. Review of Bakker, J.T., 'The mills-bakeries of Ostia: description and interpretation'. CR , 671–672.
Dieudonné-Glad, N. (1999). ‘Métallurgie du fer et habitat rural: comment reconnaître et interpréter les vestiges archéologiques?’, in M. Polfer (ed.), Artisanat et productions artisanales en milieu rural dans les provinces du nord-ouest de l'Empire romain. Montagnac: Editions Monique Mergoil, 39–44.
Dunikowski, C., M. Leroy, P. Merluzzo and A. Ploquin (1996). ‘L'atelier de forge gallo-romain de Nailly (Yonne): contribution à l'étude des déchets de production’. RAE 47: 97–121.
Keppie, L. (1991). Understanding Roman Inscriptions. London: Batsford.