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HART 207/527: Ancient Greek Art (Art History: Wilson)

Course:
HART 207/527: Ancient Greek Art
Institution:
MassArt
Instructor:
Wilson, Jaime
Department:
Art History

Items

On reserve at a library:
  1. Death and burial in the Roman World / J.M.C. Toynbee.
  2. Encyclopedia of the Roman Empire
  3. Greek homosexuality
  4. Greek Theatre
  5. Greek way of death
  6. Greek way of life
  7. History of Roman art / Fred S. Kleiner.
  8. Houses, villas, and palaces in the Roman world / Alexander G. McKay.
  9. Olympia
  10. Pompeii
  11. Religion in Roman Egypt
  12. Roman architecture and society
  13. Roman games : a sourcebook / Alison Futrell.
  14. Roman painting
  15. Roman sex
  16. Sorrows of the Ancient Romans
Available online:
  1. (Allison) "Characterizing Roman Artifacts to Investigate Gendered Practices in Contexts Without Sexed Bodies" from American Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 119, No. 1 (January 2015)
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  2. (Blagg) "Roman Civil and Military Architecture in the Province of Britain: Aspects of Patronage, Influence and Craft Organization" from World Archaeology June 1980
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  3. (Bockmann, et al.) "The Roman circus and southwestern city quarter of Carthage: first results of a new international research project" from Libyan Studies no. 49 2018
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  4. (Brandt) "The warehouse of the world: a comment on Rome's supply chain during the empire" from Rassegna di archeologia VI
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  5. (Cocis) "The Fortlets on the Frontier of Dacia Porolissensis: Structures, Landscape, Functionality" from Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai historia June 2018
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  6. (Colantoni) "Male/female in the Roman world" from Thesaurus cultus et rituum antiquorum VIII
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  7. (Collins) "Chapter 4: Soldiers to warriors: renegotiating the Roman frontier in the fifth century" from Late Roman Silver: the Traprain treasure in context
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  8. (De Sena) "An assessment of wine and oil production in Rome's hinterland" from a Conference held at the Swedish Institute in Rome, 2004
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  9. (Gerrard) "8: Feeding the army from Dorset: pottery, salt and the Roman state" from Feeding the Roman Army
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  10. (Hanninen) "Traces of women's devotion in the santuary of Diana at Nemi" from Nemi - Status Quo seminar
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  11. (Hanninen)"Domestic cult and the construction of an ideal Roman peasant family" from Religious participation in ancient and medieval societies: rituals, interaction and identity
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  12. (Hoss) "Chapter 10: Frontier finds - military fashions" from Understanding Roman Frontiers
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  13. (Inall) Remember Me: The Changing Face of Memorialisation Deep in Time: meaning and mnemonic in archaeological studies of death
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  14. (Ivleva) "The role of brooches in Roman military dress of the late 1st-3rd centuries AD in the Roman west" from Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies
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  15. (Jarman) "Sweet chestnut in Britain: re-assessment of its status as a Roman Archaeophyte" from Britannia 2019
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  16. (Jarrett) "Ethnic, social, and cultural identity in Roman to post-Roman southwest Britain" from Academia.edu
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  17. (Jarvis) "Supporting Data for Charred Plant Remains from Roman Period Corn Driers in Leicestershire" from Unpublished Archive Reports on Charred Plant Remains from Roman Corn Driers
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  18. (King) "Animal remains from temples in Roman Britain" from Britannia XXXVI
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  19. (Kontokosta) "Building the Thermae Aggrippae: private life, public space, and the politics of bathing in early imperial Rome" from American Journal of Archaeology v. 123, no. 1 Jan. 2019
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  20. (McCardel) "Women on the wall: the roles and impact of women on Hadrian's wall" from SCAD Thesis
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  21. (Monckton) "Charred Plant Remains from Roman Contexts including a Corn Drier" from An Archaeological Excavation on Land at 52, Grange Lane, Leicester
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  22. (Monckton) "Introduction: Food available in Roman Britain and in Roman Leicester" from A taste of Roman Leicester
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  23. (Monckton) "Investigating past environments, farming and food in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland" from Leicestershire Landscapes
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  24. (Pearce) "Chapter 1: Burial, society and context in the Roman world" from Burial, society and context in the Roman world
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  25. (Pearce) "Chapter 7: A "civilised" death? The interpretation of provincial Roman grave good assemblages" from Death and changing rituals
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  26. (Pearce) "Commemorating the dead in Roman Britain: monuments and their setting" from XVIII CIAC: Centro y periferia en el mundo clásico
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  27. (Pearce) "Food as substance and symbol in the Roman army: a case study from Vindolanda" from Limes XVIII
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  28. (Pearce) "Representations and realities: cemeteries as evidence for women in Roman Britain" from Medicina nei Secoli Arte E Scienza, 23/1 2011
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  29. (Renfrew) "Chapters 1-10" from Death Rituals, Social Order and the Archaeology of Immortality in the Ancient World
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  30. (Renfrew) "Chapters 11-27" from Death Rituals, Social Order and the Archaeology of Immortality in the Ancient World
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  31. (Rife) "Chapter 1: Themes, Procedures, and Materials" from Isthmia v.IX
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  32. (Rissanen) "The Lupa Romana in the Roman provinces" from Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 65 (2014)
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  33. (Taylor) "Frontiers of food: identity and food preparation in Roman Britain" thesis from https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/
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  34. (Thomas) "1. For starters: producing and supplying food to the army in the Roman north-west provinces" from Feeding the Roman army
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  35. (Tomas) "Canabae Legionis I Italicae: state of research on civil settlements accompanying the legionary camp in Novae (Lower Moesia) compared to relevant Lower Danubian sites" from Swiatowit v. IX 2011
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  36. (Tomas) "Canabae Legionis in lower Moesia. Some observations" from Novae, Moesia and Thracia
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  37. (Uzzi) "The power of parenthood in official Roman art" from Hesperia Supplements, Vol. 41 2007
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  38. (Van der Veen) "Arable farming, horticulture and food: expansion, innovation and diversity in Roman Britain" from Oxford handbooks online
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  39. (Verhagen) "Chapter 1: Finding the limits of the limes: setting the scene" from Finding the Limits of the Limes
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  40. (Verhagen) "Chapter 3: Modelling the dynamics of demography in the Dutch Roman Limes zone: a revised model" from Finding the Limits of the Limes
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  41. (Weaverdyck) "Chapter 9: The Role of Forts in the Local Market System in the Lower Rhine: Towards a Method of Multiple Hypothesis Testing Through Comparative from Finding the Limits of the Limes
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  42. (Wijnhoven) "Putting the scale into mail: Roman hybrid feathered armour" from Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 17 2016
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  43. (Wild) "The textile archaeology of Roman burials: Eyes Wide Shut" from Dressing the dead in classical antiquity
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  44. (Williams) "Potted histories - cremation, ceramics and social memory in early Roman Britain" from Oxford Journal of Archaeology 23(4) 2004
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