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>[Indispensable Ancient Civilian Booklist v. II]<
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Time permitting, I plan to finish several Roman sub-sections & add your recommendations every few months.

Thanks again to everyone who has contributed.

Hope this helps.

+r
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>[Agriculture, Ancient]<

Michael Woods and Mary B Woods: Ancient Agriculture: From Foraging to Farming (Runestone Press 2000) 96 pages.

>[Argriculture, Greek]<

Signe Isager: Ancient Greek Agriculture: An Introduction (Routledge 1992) 234 pages.

>[Argriculture, Roman]<

K D White: A Bibliography of Roman Agriculture (Bibliographies in Agricultural History) (University of Reading Institute of Agricultural History 1970) 63 pages.

K D White: Agricultural Implements of the Roman World (Cambridge University Press 1967) 248 pages.

K D White: Roman Farming (Aspects of Greek and Roman Life) (Cornell University Press 1970) 536 pages.


>[Architecture, Ancient]<

>[Architecture, Roman]<

Roman Domestic Architecture: http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/G ... /full.html

>[Art, Ancient]<

>[Art, Roman]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_literatur_mosaike.htm

John R Clarke: Art in the Lives of Ordinary Romans: Visual Representation and Non-Elite Viewers in Italy, 100 B.C.-A.D. 315 (University of California Press 2006) 396 pages.

Eve D'Ambra: Roman Art (Cambridge University Press 1998) 176 pages.

Jas Elsner: Imperial Rome and Christian Triumph: The Art of the Roman Empire AD 100-450 (Oxford University Press USA 1998) 320 pages.

Paul Corby Finney: The Invisible God: The Earliest Christians on Art (Oxford University Press USA 1997) pages.

Robin Margaret Jensen: Face to Face: Portaits of the Divine in Early Christianity (Augsburg Fortress Publishers 2004) 234 pages.

Robin Margaret Jensen: Understanding Early Christian Art (Routledge 2000) pages.

Diana E E Kleiner: Roman Sculpture (Yale University Press 1994) 489 pages.

Roger Ling: Roman Painting (Cambridge University Press 1991) 261 pages.

Roger Ling (editor): Making Classical Art: Process and Practice (Tempus Publishing 2001) 240 pages.

John Lowden: Early Christian & Byzantine Art: Art and Ideas (Phaidon Press 1997) 448 pages.

Thomas F Mathews: The Clash of Gods: A Reinterpretation of Early Christian Art (Princeton University Press revised ed. 1999) pages.

Donatella Mazzoleni, Umberto Pappalardo & Luciano Romano: Domus: Wall Painting in the Roman House (Getty Publications) 416 pages.

Harald Mielsch: Roemische Wandmalerei (Theiss 2001) 231 pages.

Jerome Jordan Pollitt: The Art of Rome c.753 B.C.-A.D. 337: Sources and Documents (Cambridge University Press 1983) 276 pages.

Nancy H Ramage & Andrew Ramage: Roman Art 5th ed. (Prentice Hall 2008) 384 pages.

Jeffrey Spier et al.: Picturing the Bible the Earliest Christian Art (Yale University Press 2007) 328 pages.


>[Business, Ancient]<

>[Business, Roman]<

Jean Andreau: Banking and Business in the Roman World (Cambridge University Press 1999) 196 pages.

David Jones: The Bankers of Puteoli: Finance, Trade and Industry in the Roman World (Tempus 2006) 224 pages.


>[Clothing and Accessories, Ancient]<

Thomas Hope: Costumes of the Greeks and Romans (Dove 1962) 300 pages.

>[Clothing and Accessories, Greek]<

Margarete Bieber, Griechische Kleidung (Berlin 1928).

Margarete Bieber: Enwicklungsgeschichte der griechischen Tracht (Berlin 1967).

Anastasia Pekridou-Gorecki: Mode im antiken Griechenland (C H Beck 1989) 159 pages.


>[Clothing and Accessories, Roman]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_litera ... schuhe.htm

Alexandra T Croom: Roman Clothing and Fashion (Tempus Publishing 2002) 160 pages.

Hans Rupprecht Goette: Studien zu römischen Togadarstellungen (Mainz 1989).

Matthias Pausch: Die Roemische Tunika. Ein Beitrag zur Peregrinisierung der Antiken Kleidung (Wiener Verlag 2003) 298 pages.

Judith Lynn Sebesta and Larissa Bonfante: The World of Roman Costume (Wisconsin Studies in Classics) (University of Wisconsin Press 2001) 320 pages.


>[Coins, Ancient]<

Zander H Klawans: Handbook of Ancient Greek and Roman Coins (Golden Books 1995) 288 pages.

Wayne G Sayles: Classical Deception: Counterfeits, Forgeries and Reproductions of Ancient Coins (Krause Publications 2001) 196 pages.


>[Coins, Byzantine]<

Wayne G. Sayles: Ancient Coin Collecting V: The Romaion/Byzantine Culture (Krause Publications 1998) 208 pages.

David R Sear: Byzantine Coins and Their Values (Seaby 1987) 526 pages.


>[Coins, Greek]<

Wayne G Sayles: Ancient Coin Collecting II: Numismatic Art of the Greek World (KP Books 1997) 197 pages.

David R Sear: Greek Coins and Their Values Vol. I: Europe (Seaby 1978) 350+ pages.

David R Sear: Greek Coins and Their Values Vol. II: Asia and Africa (Seaby 1978) 500+ pages.

Ivan Varbanov: Greek Imperial Coins Vol. I: Dacia, Moesia Superior, Moesia Inferior (Bourgas 2005) 472 pages.

Ivan Varbanov: Greek Imperial Coins Vol. 2: Thrace (from Abdera to Pautalia (Bourgas 2005) 472 pages.

Ivan Varbanov: Greek Imperial Coins Vol. 3: Thrace (from Perinthus to Trajanopolis), Chersonesos Thraciae, Insula Thraciae, Macedonia (Bourgas 2007) 552 pages.

Ivan Varbanov: Greek Imperial Coins Vol. 4: Western Mediterranean area, Greece, Roman Asia, Asia Minor, The Levant (in Bulgarian, Bourgas 2002) 468 pages.


>[Coins, Roman]<

R A G Carson, P V Hill, and J P C Kent: Late Roman Bronze Coinage A.D. 324-498 (Durst 1994) 100+ pages.

Michael H Crawford: Roman Republican Coinage (Cambridge University Press 1975) 944 pages.

Harold Mattingly: Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum, Vols. 1-6 (Spink).

Harold Mattingly: Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum Vol. 1: Augustus to Vitellius (Spink).

Harold Mattingly: Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum Vol. 2: Vespasian to Domitian (Spink).

Harold Mattingly: Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum Vol. 3: Nerva to Hadrian (Spink).

Harold Mattingly: Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum Vol. 4: Antoninus Pius to Commodus (Spink).

Harold Mattingly: Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum Vol. 5: Pertinax to Elagabalus (Spink).

Harold Mattingly: Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum Vol. 6: Severus Alexander - Balbinus and Pupienus (Spink).

Harold Mattingly et al.: Roman Imperial Coinage Vols. I-X (Spink).

C H V Sutherland and R A G Carson: Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. I: from 31 BC to AD 69 - Augustus to Vitellius (1923, revised ed. 1984, Spink reprint 1999) 304 pages.

Harold Mattingly and E A Sydenham: Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. II: Vespasian to Hadrian (1926) 568 pages.

I A Carradice and T V Buttrey: Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. II, Part I: Vespasian to Domitian (Spink 2008) 404 pages.

Harold Mattingly and E A Sydenham: Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. III: Antoninus Pius to Commodus (1930, Spink reprint 1997) 514 pages.

Harold Mattingly, E A Sydenham, and C H V Sutherland: Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. IV: Part 1 - Pertinax to Geta (1936, 399 pages); Part 2 - Macrinus to Pupienus (1938, 215 pages); Part 3 - Gordian III to Uranius Antoninus (1949, 246 pages); bound as one volume (Spink reprint 1998).

P Webb: Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. V: Part 1 - Valerian to Florian (the Interregnum) (1927, reprinted 1998) 424 pages; Part 2 - Probus to Amandus (1933, Spink reprint 1998) 701 pages.

C H V Sutherland and R A G Carson: Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. VI: from Diocletian Reform (294 A.D.) to the death of Maximinus II (313 A.D.) (Spink 1967, reprint 1997) .

P M Bruun: Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. VII: Constantine and Licinius, 313-337 A.D. (Spink 1966, reprint 1997) .

J P C Kent: Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. VIII: The Family of Constantine I, 337-364 A.D. (Spink 2003 reprint with enhanced plates) 605 pages.

J W E Pearce, edited by Harold Mattingly and C H V Sutherland: Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. IX: Valentinian I to Theodosius I (1951, Spink 1997 reprint) 334 pages.

J P C Kent: Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. X: The Divided Empire and the Fall of the Western Parts 395-491 A.D. (Spink 1994) 509 pages.

Wayne G Sayles: Ancient Coin Collecting 2nd ed. (Krause 2003) 312 pages.

Wayne G Sayles: Ancient Coin Collecting III: The Roman World - Politics and Propaganda 2nd ed. (Krause 2007) 304 pages.

Wayne G Sayles: Ancient Coin Collecting IV: Roman Provincial Coins (Krause 1998) 208 pages.

H A Seaby, David R Sear, and Robert Loosley: Roman Silver Coins Vol. I.: Republic to Augustus (Seaby 1978) 166 pages.

H A Seaby and Robert Loosley: Roman Silver Coins Vol. II: Tiberius to Commodus 3rd ed. revised by Robert Loosley (Seaby 1979) 255 pages.

H A Seaby and David R Sear: Roman Silver Coins Vol. III: Pertinax to Balbinus and Pupienus (Seaby 1982) 161 pages.

H A Seaby and David R Sear: Roman Silver Coins Vol. IV: Gordian III to Postumus (Seaby 1982) 136 pages.

C E King and David R Sear: Roman Silver Coins Vol. V: Carausius to Romulus Augustus (1987, Seaby reprint 1997) 214 pages.

David R Sear: Greek Imperial Coins and Their Values: The Local Coinages of the Roman Empire (Seaby 1982) 636 pages.

David R Sear: Roman Coins and Their Values Vol. I: The Republic and the Twelve Caesars, 280 BC - AD 96 (Spink 2000) 532 pages.

David R Sear: Roman Coins and Their Values Vol. II: Adoptive Emperors to Severans :The Accession of Nerva to the Overthrow of the Severan Dynasty AD 96 - AD 235 (Spink 2002) 696 pages

David R Sear: Roman Coins and Their Values Vol. III: The Third Century Crisis and Recovery: The Accession of Maximinus I to the Death of Carinus AD 235 - 285 (Spink 2005).

David Vagi: Coinage and History of the Roman Empire Vol. I - History (638 pages); Volume II - Coinage (656 pages) (1999).

David Van Meter: Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins: A Complete Guide to the History, Types and Values of Roman Imperial Coinage (Laurion Publishers 1991) .


http://dougsmith.ancients.info/
http://esty.ancients.info/numis/
http://vcrc.austincollege.edu/
http://www.lawrence.edu/dept/art/buerger/
http://www.romancoin.info/
http://www.wildwinds.com/coins/index.html [/color]

>[Communities, Ancient]<

>[Communities, Roman]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_literatur_staedte.htm

>[Crafts, Ancient]<

Bette Hochberg: Handspindles (Straw Into Gold 1977) 73 pages.

Marta Hoffman: The Warp Weighted Loom (Charles T Branford 1986).


>[Crafts, Roman]<

Hugo Bluemner: Technologie und Terminologie der Gewerbe und Kuenste bei Griechen und Roemern (B G Teubner 1875; BookSurge Publishing reprint 2001) 376 pages.

Alan McWhirr: Roman Crafts and Industries (Shire Archaeology Series) (Shire Publications Ltd 1982) 62 pages.

David Sim & Isabel Ridge: Iron for the Eagles: Iron Ind. Roman Br (Arcadia Publishing 2004) 159 pages.

Donald Strong & David Brown (editors): Roman Crafts (New York University Press 1976) 256 pages.

Donald E Strong: Roman Crafts and Craftsmen (Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd 1976).

Roger B Ulrich: Roman Woodworking (Yale University Press 2007) 400 pages.


>[Cultures, Ancient]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_litera ... lturen.htm

>[Engineering, Ancient]< (See Technology below.)

>[Environment, Ancient]<

J Donald Hughes: Pan's Travail: Environmental Problems of the Ancient Greeks and Romans (Johns Hopkins University Press 1996) 288 pages.

>[Food, Ancient]<

>[Food, Roman]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_literatur_kueche.htm

Sally Grainger: Cooking Apicius: Roman Recipes for Today (Prospect Books UK 2006) 128 pages.

>[Furniture, Ancient]<

>[Furniture, Roman]<

Alexandra T Croom: Roman Furniture (Tempus 2007) 176 pages.

>[General, Ancient]<

>[General, Roman]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_litera ... themen.htm

>[Glass, Ancient]<

>[Glass, Roman]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_literatur_glas.htm


>[Government, Ancient]<

>[History, Ancient]<

http://www.antikefan.de/index.php
http://www.livius.org/
http://www.fsmitha.com/h1/

>[History, Egyptian]<

Charlotte Booth: The Ancient Egyptians For Dummies (For Dummies 2007) 384 pages.

>[History, Greek]<

Eric D Nelson & Susan K Allard Nelson: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Ancient Greece (Alpha 2005) 416 pages.

>[History, Roman]<

Mary T Boatwright, Daniel J Gargola & Richard J A Talbert: A Brief History of the Romans (Oxford University Press USA 2006) 352 pages.

Mary T Boatwright, Daniel J Gargola & Richard J A Talbert: The Romans: From Village to Empire (Oxford University Press USA 2004) 544 pages.

Guy de la Bedoyere: The Romans For Dummies (For Dummies 2007) 464 pages.

Eric D Nelson: The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Roman Empire (Alpha 2001) 408 pages.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Empire
http://roman-empire.info/
http://www.empereurs-romains.net/ (Français)
http://www.gottwein.de/roge/rom_hist.php (Deutsch)
http://www.heritage-history.com/www/heritage.php
http://www.imperiumromanum.com/ (Deutsch)
http://www.imperium-romanum.it/IR/principale.asp (Italiano)
http://www.livius.org/rome.html
http://www.noctes-gallicanae.org/Rome/intro.htm (Français)
http://www.romaeterna.org/ (Italiano)
http://www.roman-empire.net/
http://www.roman-emperors.org/
http://www.unrv.com/ [/color]

>[Homes, Ancient]<

John R Clark: The Houses of Roman Italy, 100 B.C.-A.D. 250: Ritual, Space, and Decoration (University of California Press 1991) 450 pages.

Donatella Mazzoleni, Umberto Pappalardo & Luciano Romano: Domus: Wall Painting in the Roman House (Getty Publications 2005) 416 pages.

Alexander G McKay: Houses, Villas, and Palaces in the Roman World (Johns Hopkins University Press 1998) 288 pages.


>[Jewellery, Ancient]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_literatur_schmuck.htm

Catherine Mary Johns: The Jewellery of Roman Britain (UCL Press 1996) 242 pages.

>[Law, Ancient]<

>[Law, Ancient]<

Lionel Casson: Libraries in the Ancient World (Yale University Press 2001) 192 pages.

>[Life, Ancient]<

>[Life, Egyptian]<

Lionel Casson: Everyday Life in Ancient Egypt (Johns Hopkins University Press revised & enlarged ed. 2001) 176 pages.

>[Life, Greek]<

Peter Connolly and Hazel Dodge: The Ancient City: Life in Classical Athens and Rome (Oxford University Press 2001) 265 pages.

>[Life, Roman]<

Lesley Adkins and Roy A Adkins: Handbook to Life in Ancient Rome (Oxford University Press USA 1998) 416 pages.

Jerome Carcopino: Daily Life in Ancient Rome. (original 1940; Yale University Press 2003) 368 pages.

Lionel Casson: Everyday Life in Ancient Rome (Johns Hopkins University Press revised & enlarged ed. 1999) 184 pages.

John R Clarke: Roman Life: 100 B.C. to A.D. 200 (Abrams Books 2007) 176 pages.

Peter Connolly: Pompeii (Oxford University Press USA 1994) 80 pages.

Peter Connolly and Hazel Dodge: The Ancient City: Life in Classical Athens and Rome (Oxford University Press 2001) 265 pages.

John F DeFelice: Roman Hospitality: The Professional Women of Pompeii (Shangri-La Publications 2001) 306 pages.

Nicholas Horsfall: The Culture of the Roman Plebs (Duckworth Publishers 2004) 160 pages.

Christiane Kunst: Leben und Wohnen in der roemischen Stadt (Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft Darmstadt 2008) 167 pages.

Ardle MacMahon and J Price: Roman Working Lives and Urban Living (Oxbow Books 2005) 288 pages.

Sally Pointer: The Artifice of Beauty: A History and Practical Guide to Perfume and Cosmetics (History Press 2005) 304 pages.

Jo-Ann Shelton: As The Romans Did: A Sourcebook in Roman Social History (Oxford University Press USA 2 ed. 1997) 512 pages.

Wolfgang Szaivert and Reinhard Wolters: Loehne Preise Werte. Quellen zur Roemischen Geldwirtschaft (Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft 2005) 376 pages.

Paul Veyne, Phillippe Aries & Georges Duby (editors); Arthur Goldhammer (translator): A History of Private Life, Volume I, from Pagan Rome to Byzantium (Belknap Press, Harvard University Press 1992) 704 pages.


>[Mathematics, Ancient]<

William F Richardson: Numbering and Measuring in the Classical World (Bristol Phoenix Press, Univ of Exeter; Revised ed. 2004) 90 pages.

>[Medicine, Ancient]<

>[Music, Ancient]<

>[Persons, Ancient]<

>[ Persons, Roman]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_literatur_personen.htm

>[Religion, Ancient]<

>[Romans in….]<

>[Romans in Great Britain]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_litera ... eringb.htm

>[Science, Ancient]<

>[Science, Greek]<

G E R Lloyd: Early Greek Science: Thales to Aristotle (W W Norton & Company 1974) 174 pages

G E R Lloyd: Greek Science After Aristotle (W W Norton & Company 1975) 189 pages.


>[Technology, Ancient]<

L Sprague De Camp: The Ancient Engineers (Ballantine Books 1995) 480 pages.

John W Humphrey: Greek and Roman Technology: A Sourcebook (Routledge 1997) 623 pages.

Peter James: Ancient Inventions (Ballantine Books 1995) 704 pages.

J G Landels: Engineering in the Ancient World, rev. ed (University of California Press 2000) 240 pages.

John Peter Oleson: The Oxford Handbook of Engineering and Technology in the Classical World (Oxford University Press 2008) 896 pages.

Abbott Payson Usher: A History of Mechanical Inventions, rev. Ed. (Dover Publications 1988) 461 pages.

K D White: Greek and Roman Technology (Aspects of Greek and Roman Life) (Cornell University Press 1984) 272 pages.


>[Technology, Roman]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_literatur_technik.htm

A Trevor Hodge: Roman Aqueducts and Water Supply 2nd. ed. (Duckworth Archaeology) (Duckworth Publishers 2002) 512 pages.

>[Tools, Ancient]<

>[Tools, Roman]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_litera ... kzeuge.htm

>[Trade, Ancient]<

Neville Morley: Trade in Classical Antiquity (Cambridge University Press 2007) 132 pages.

>[Transportation, Ancient]<

Lionel Casson: The Ancient Mariners (Princeton University Press 2 ed. 1991) 299 pages.

Lionel Casson: Ships and Seamanship in the Ancient World (Johns Hopkins University Press 1995) 592 page.


>[Travel, Ancient]<

Lionel Casson: Travel in the Ancient World (Johns Hopkins University Press 1994) 408 pages.

>[Water, Ancient]<

>[Water, Greek]<

Dora P Crouch: Water Management in Ancient Greek Cities (Oxford University Press USA 1993) 400 pages.

>[Water, Roman]<

A Trevor Hodge: Roman Aqueducts and Water Supply 2nd. ed. (Duckworth Archaeology) (Duckworth Publishers 2002) 512 pages.

Paolo Squatriti: Water and Society in Early Medieval Italy, AD 400-1000 (Cambridge University Press 2002) 207 pages.


>[Work, Ancient]<

>[Work, Roman]<

Vicki Leon: Working IX to V (Walker & Co 2007) 336 pages.

>[Writing, Ancient]<

>[Writing, Celtic]<

H.R. Ellis Davidson: Myths and Symbols in Pagan Europe: Early Scandinavian and Celtic Religions (Syracuse Univ Press 1988).

>[Writing, Germanic/Scandinavian]<

H.R. Ellis Davidson: Myths and Symbols in Pagan Europe: Early Scandinavian and Celtic Religions (Syracuse Univ Press 1988).

>[Writing, Greek]<

Paul MacKendrick: The Greek Stones Speak: The Story of Archaeology in Greek Lands (WW Norton & Co 1979) A bit dated but still informative.

Reviel Netz & William Noel: The Archimedes Codex (Da Capo Press 2007).


>[Writing, Near Eastern]<

Dominique Collon: Near Eastern Seals: Interpreting the Past (Univ of CA Press 1990).

Harriet Crawford: Sumer and the Sumerians (Cambridge Univ Press 1991).

C.B.F. Walker: Cunieform: Reading the Past (Univ of CA Press 1987).

Yigael Yadin: Bar-Kokhba (Random House 1971).


>[Writing, Roman]<

http://www.roemischer-vicus.de/p_literatur_schrift.htm

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AMDG
Wm. / *r
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I regret to announce that for private reasons, I will withdraw from building this booklist.

If anyone would like to take over this booklist, please send me a PM and I will be glad to email the MS Word document file, for you to start a new thread under your control, to revise it as you see fit.

Thanks in advance.
AMDG
Wm. / *r
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