Bibliography

The complete bibliography for all entries in the Archaeology of daily life

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  • Burr Thompson, Dorothy. “Three Centuries of Hellenistic Terracottas, I, B AND C,” Hesperia, Vol. 23, No.1, pp. 72-107. Jan.-Mar. 1954.
  • Cohen, Beth. “From Bowman to Clubman: Herakles and Olympia,” The Art Bulletin, Vol. 76, No. 4, pp. 695-715. Dec. 1994.
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  • Deane, Ethel, The Collector: Containing Articles and Illustrations Reprinted from “The Queen” Newspaper, of Interest to the Great Body of Collections on China, Engravings, Needlework Pictures and Embroidery, Old Silver, Brass, Pewter and Pinchbeck, Miniatures, Egyptian and Grecian Antiquities, &c. (Horace Cox: 1903)
  • Derks, Ton and Wouter Vos. “Wooden Combs from the Roman Fort at Vechten: The Bodily Appearance of Soldiers.” Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries: Volume 2 (2010). 53-77.
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  • Dunbabin, Katherine M.D. The Roman Banquet: Images of Conviviality. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2003. 11-133. Print.
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  • Jeammet, Violaine. Tanagras: Figurines for Life and Eternity. Valencia: Fundacion Bancaja, 2010
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  • Jones, Mark, Fake? The Art of Deception (University of California Press: 1990)
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  • Levaniouk, Olga. “The Toys of Dionysos,” Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Vol. 103, pp. 165-202. 2007.
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  • Mattusch, Carol C.  Pompeii and the Roman Villa.  New York: Binocular Press, 2008.
  • Neils, Jenifer, John Howard Oakley, Lesley A. Beaumont, and Hood Museum of Art. Coming of Age in Ancient Greece: Images of Childhood from the Classical Past (Yale University Press: 2003)
  • Oliver, Jr., A.  “Greek, Roman and Etruscan Jewelry.”  The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 24.9 (1966), 269-284.
  • Olivova, Vera. Sports and Games in the Ancient World. London: Orbis, 1984
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  • Richter, Gisela M.A.  “The Ganymede Jewelry.”  The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 32.12 (1937), 290-295.
  • Robinson, David M. “The Robinson Collection of Greek Gems, Seals, Rings, and Earrings,”     Hesperia Supplements, Vol. 8, pp. 305-323+475-480. 1949.
  • Sorabella, Jean. Constructions of Childhood in Ancient Greece and Italy. Princeton, New Jersey: The American School of Classical Studies at Athens. 2007.
  • Stephens, Janet. “Ancient Roman Hairdressing: On (Hair)pins and Needles.” Journal of Roman Archaeology: Volume 21 (2008). 111-126.
  • Uhlenbrock, J. ed. The Coroplast’s Art: Greek Terracottas of the Hellenistic World (Caratzas, New Rochelle: 1990)
  • Van Wees, Hans. “The Homeric Way of War: The ‘Iliad’ and the Hoplite Phalanx (II),” Greece and Rome, Second Series, Vol. 41, No.2, pp.131-155. Oct., 1994.
  • Vermeule, Cornelius. “Near Eastern, Greek, and Roman Gems: A Recent Gift to the     Collections,” Boston Museum Bulletin, Vol. 68, No. 353. pp. 197-214. 1970.
  • Walters, Henry Beauchamp, and Samuel Birch. History of Ancient Pottery, Greek, Etrusean, and Roman(Scribner, 1905)
  • Webster, T.B.L. Potter and Patron in Classical Athens. London: Methuen, 1972
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  • Williams, Dyfri. Greek Vases. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1985
  • Williams, Ellen Reeder. <em>The Archaeological Collection of Johns Hopkins University</em>. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1984. 130-32. Print.
  • Williams, Ellen Reeder. The Archaeological Collection of Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1984. 130-32. Print.
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  • “Jewelry in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.”  The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 10.6 (1915), 3-14.
  • “Terracotta Rattle in the Form of a Child Asleep in a Cradle.” British Museum, registration number: 1856,1226.240