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Nicole Berlin
Nicole Berlin is a graduate student in Classical Art and Archaeology. She received her BA in Classics and Anthropology from Northwestern University and has had a wide variety of experiences in the art world, from the excavation of a Roman villa at Chiusi to working on Egyptian archaeology documentaries in Rome. Nicole is a graduate intern at the JHUAM and has a particular interest in Roman wall painting.

Arveiller-Dulong, Véronique, and Marie-Dominique Nenna. 2000. Les verres antiques du Musee du Louvre. Paris: Réunion des musées nationaux.

Fleming, Stuart J. 1999. Roman glass: reflections on cultural change. Philadelphia, Pa: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

Goldstein, Sidney M. 1979. Pre-Roman and early Roman glass in the Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, N.Y.: The Museum.

Grose, D. F., 1991. “Early Imperial Roman cast glass: The translucent coloured and colourless fine wares.” In Roman Glass: two centuries of art and invention. Edited by M. Newby and K. Painter. London: Society of Antiquaries of London.

Harden, Donald B., David Whitehouse, K. S. Painter, and Hansgerd Hellenkemper. 1987. Glass of the Caesars. Milan: Olivetti.

Isings, C. 1957. Roman Glass From Dated Finds. Groningen: J. B. Wolters.

Israeli, Yael, Dan Barag, and Na’ama Brosh. 2003. Ancient glass in the Israel Museum: the Eliahu Dobkin Collection and other gifts. Jerusalem: Israel Museum.

Matthews, Kenneth D. 1969. Scutella, Patella, Patera, Patina: a study of Roman dinnerware. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania.

Mattusch, Carol C. 2008. Pompeii and the Roman Villa: Art and Culture Around the Bay of Naples. Washington: National Gallery of Art.

Newby, Martine, and K. S. Painter. 1991. Roman glass: two centuries of art and invention. London: Society of Antiquaries of London.

Stern, E. M. 1995. Roman mold-blown glass: the first through sixth centuries. Rome, Italy: “L’Erma” di Bretschneider in association with the Toledo Museum of Art.

Stern, E.M. 2007. “Ancient Glass in a Philological Context.” Mnemosyne 60, 341-406.

Swift, Ellen. 2009. Style and Function In Roman Decoration: Living with Objects and Interiors. Farnham, England: Ashgate.

Vickers, Michael. 1998. “Antiquity and Utopia: The Paradox in Glass Studies.” In The Prehistory & History of Glassmaking Technology, edited by Patrick McCray, 17-31. Westerville, OH: The American Ceramic Society.

Whitehouse, David. 1997-2003. Roman Glass In the Corning Museum of Glass, V 1-3. Corning, N.Y.: Corning Museum of Glass.

Wight, Karol. 2011. Molten color: glassmaking in antiquity. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum.