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Laura Hutchison
Laura Hutchison is a student in the Interdepartmental Ph.D. Program in Classical Art and Archaeology at Hopkins. Her research interests include Greek and Roman religion, the human form in ancient art, and modern issues in illicit trade of antiquities. She was excited and grateful to work so closely with ancient objects in preparation for The Roman House at Hopkins.

Beard, Mary, John North, and S. R. F. Price. 1998. Religions of Rome. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ceci, Carlo. 1854 C. Ceci, Piccoli bronzi del Real Museo Borbonico distinti per categorie in dieci tavole descritte e disegnate, Naples: Stamperia di Salvatore Piscopo, Museo  Nazionale di Napoli.

Coralini, Antonella. 2001. Hercules domesticus: immagini di Ercole nelle case della regione vesuviana : I secolo a.C.-79. d.C. [Naples]: Electa Napoli.

Giacobello, Federica. 2008. Larari pompeiani: iconografia e culto dei Lari in ambito domestico. Milano: LED.

Hill, Dorothy Kent and The Walters Art Gallery (Baltimore, Md.). 1949. Catalogue of classical bronze sculpture in the Walters Art Gallery.

Kaufmann-Heinimann, Annemarie. 2000. “The evidence of statuettes in closed finds for private and public cults.” From: Colloque international sur les bronzes antiques, Carol C. Mattusch, Amy Brauer, and Sandra Elaine Knudsen. 2000. From the parts to the whole: Acta of the 13th International Bronze Congress, held at Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 28-June 1, 1996. Portsmouth, R.I.: Journal of Roman Archaeology. 107-114.

Lamb, Winifred. 1969. Ancient Greek and Roman bronzes. Chicago: Argonaut.

Lane, Eugene N. 1980. “Towards a Definition of the Iconography of Sabazius”. Numen. 27 (1).

Lipka, Michael. 2006. “Notes on Pompeian Domestic Cults”. Numen. 53 (3): 327-358.

Mattusch, Carol C. 2008. Pompeii and the Roman villa: art and culture around the Bay of Naples ; [this catalogue is published on the occasion of the Exhibition "Pompeii and the Roman Villa: Art and Culture around the Bay of Naples" ; National Gallery of Art, Washington, October 19, 2008 - March 22, 2009 ; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, May 3 - October 4, 2009]. New York, NY [u.a.]: Thames & Hudson.

——– 1996. Classical bronzes: the art and craft of Greek and Roman statuary. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Richter, Gisela Marie Augusta. 1915. Greek, Etruscan and Roman bronzes. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art [The Gilliss Press].

Roberts, H. S. 2002. “Types of Herakles statuettes in Copenhagen that reflect large classical sculptures”. From: Colloque international sur les bronzes antiques, Carol C. Mattusch, Amy Brauer, and Sandra Elaine Knudsen. 2000. From the parts to the whole: Acta of the 13th International Bronze Congress, held at Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 28-June 1, 1996. Portsmouth, R.I.: Journal of Roman Archaeology. 107-114.

Scheid, John, and Janet Lloyd (trans.). 2003. An introduction to Roman religion. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Walters, H.B. and The British Museum. 1899. Catalogue of the bronzes, Greek, Roman, and Etruscan, in the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum. London: Printed by order of the Trustees.

Williams, Ellen Reeder and The Johns Hopkins University. 1984. The archaeological collection of the Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Zampieri, Girolamo. 1986. Bronzetti figurati etruschi, italici, paleoveneti e romani del Museo civico di Padova. Roma: G. Bretschneider.