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Bibliography: a select further reading list

Alcock, S. 1993. Graecia Capta: the Landscapes of Roman Greece. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Alcock, S. 1994. “Breaking up the Hellenistic world: survey and society” 171-190 in I. Morris, ed., Classical Greece: Ancient Histories and Modern Archaeologies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Alcock, S. & Cherry, J. eds, 2004. Side-by-Side Survey: Comparative Regional Studies in the Mediterranean World. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Alcock, S. & Osborne, R., eds. 2007. Classical Archaeology. Oxford: Blackwells.

Alexander, D.A. 1983. “The Limitations of Traditional Surveying Techniques in a Forested Environment” Journal of Field Archaeology 10:177-186.

Allen, K., Green, S., & Zubrow, E. eds. 1990. Interpreting Space: GIS and Archeology. London: Taylor and Francis.

Ammerman, A. 1981. “Surveys and archaeological research” Annual Review of Anthropology 10:63-88.

Ammerman, A. 1985. “Plow-Zone Experiments in Calabria, Italy” Journal of Field Archaeology 12:33-40.

Ammerman, A. 1996. “The dynamics of modern land use and the Acconia survey” Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 8:77-92.

Attema, P., Nijboer, A. & Zifferero, A. 2005. Papers in Italian Archaeology VI: Communities and Settlements from the Neolithic to the Early Medieval Period
 (Proceedings of the 6th Conference of Italian Archaeology held at the University of Groningen, Groningen Institute of Archaeology, The Netherlands, April 15-17, 2003) Oxford: BAR S1452

Banning, E. 2002. Archaeological Survey. New York: Kluwer.

Barker, G. 1995. A Mediterranean Valley. Landscape Archeology and Annales History in the Biferno Valley. Leicester: Leicester University Press.

Barker, G. & Bintliff, J. 1999. “Geoarchaeology in Mediterranean landscape archaeology: concluding comments” 207-210 in Leveau, P., F. Trément, K. Walsh, G. Barker, Environmental Reconstruction in Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology. Oxford: Oxbow.

Barker, P. 1993. Techniques of archaeological excavation. London: Batsford.

Bintliff, J. 2002. “Time, process and catastrophism in the study of Mediterranean alluvial history: a review” World Archaeology 33:417-435.

Bradley, G.J, Isayev, E. and Riva, C. 2007. Ancient Italy.  Regions without Boundaries (Exeter)

Brown, A. 1999. “Geomorphological techniques in Mediterranean landscape archaeology” 45-54 in Leveau, P., F. Trément, K. Walsh, G. Barker, Environmental Reconstruction in Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology. Oxford: Oxbow.

Carter, J.C. & Costantini 1994. “Settlement density, agriculture and the extent of productive land cleared from forest in Magna Grecia” In Frenzel, B. (ed.) Evaluation of Land Surfaces Cleared from Forests in the Mediterranean Region during the Time of the Roman Empire: 101-118. Fisher Verlag, Stuttgart.

Cherry, J. 1983. “Frogs round the Pond: Perspectives on Current Archaeological Survey Projects in the Mediterranean Region” 375-416 in D.R. Keller and D.W. Rupp, eds., Archaeological Survey in the Mediterranean Area, British Archaeological Reports International Series 155.

Cherry, J. 2003. “Archaeology beyond the site: regional survey and its future” 137-160 in J. Papadopoulos and R. Leventhal, eds, Theory and Practice in Mediterranean Archaeology: Old World and New World Perspectives. Los Angeles, Cotsen Institute, University of California at Los Angeles.

Ciaraldi, M. 2007. People and plants in ancient Pompeii: a new approach to urbanism from the microscope room. The use of  plant resources at Pompeii and in the Pompeian area from the 6th century BC to AD 79, Specialist Studies on Italy 12, London: Accordia Research Centre

Costantini, L. & J. Giorgi. 2001. “Charred plant remains of the Archaic period from the Forum and Palatine” Journal of Roman Archaeology 14: 239-248.

Curti, E., Dench, E., & Patterson, J.  1996. “The Archaeology of Central and Southern Roman Italy: Recent Trends and Approaches” Journal of Roman Studies 86: 170-189.

Dench, E. 1995. From Barbarians to New Men. Greek, Roman and Modern Perceptions of Peoples from the Central Apennines. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Dench, E. 2004. "Samnites in English: the legacy of E. Togo Salmon in the English Speaking World" 7-22 in Jones, H., Samnium: Settlement and Cultural Change (The Proceedings of the Third E. Togo Salmon Conference on Roman Studies, Archaeologica Transatlantica XXII) (Center for Old World Archaeology and Art, Brown University)

Dincauze, D. 2000. Environmental Archeology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Fabech, C. 1999. “Centrality in sites and landscapes” 455-473 in Fabech, C. & J. Ringtved, Settlement and Landscape: proceedings of a conference in Århus, Denmark, May 4-7, 1998. Bibliography Århus: Jutland Archaeological Society.

Gamble, C. 2001. Archaeology: The Basics. London: Routledge.

Greene, K. 1986. The Archaeology of the Roman Economy. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Gualtieri, M., ed, 1993. Fourth Century B.C. Magna Graecia: A Case Study. Jonsered: Paul Åstroms förlag.

Harris, E.C. 1979. Principles of Archaeological Stratigraphy. New York: Academic Press.

Herz, N. & Garrison, E. 1998. Geological Methods for Archeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hodder, I. 1999. The Archaeological Process: An Introduction. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Horden, P. & Purcell, N. 2000. The Corrupting Sea: a Study of Mediterranean History. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jones, H., ed, 2004. Samnium: Settlement and Cultural Change (The Proceedings of the Third E. Togo Salmon Conference on Roman Studies, Archaeologica Transatlantica XXII) Center for Old World Archaeology and Art, Brown University.

Joukowsky, M. 1980. A Complete Manual of Field Archaeology: Tools and Techniques of Field Work for Archaeologists. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall.

Keay, S. & Terrenato, N. 2001. Italy and the west: comparative issues in Romanization. Oxford: Oxbow.

Kvamme, K. 2003. “Geophysical Surveys as Landscape Archaeology” American Antiquity 68:435-457.

LaRegina, A. 1989. “I Sanniti” 301-394 in Italia. Omnium terrarum parens. Milan.

Leveau, P., F. Trément, K. Walsh, G. Barker 1999. Environmental Reconstruction in Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology. Oxford: Oxbow.

Lightfoot, Kent G. 1986. “Regional Surveys in the Eastern United States: The Strengths and Weakness of Implementing Subsurface Testing Programs” American Antiquity 51:484-504.

Lindahl Jensen, B. & Regnell, M. 1999. “Ordinary settlements in a sacred landscape” 114-121 in Fabech, C. & J. Ringtved, Settlement and Landscape: Proceedings of a Conference in Århus, Denmark, May 4-7, 1998. Århus: Jutland Archaeological Society.

McManamon, F.P. 1984. “Discovering Sites Unseen” in Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory 8:223-292, edited by M.B. Schiffer. Academic Press, New York.

Pallottino, M. 1981. Genti e culture dell’Italia preromana. Rome. Società Editoriale Jouvence s.r.l.

Pasquinucci, M. & Trément, F. 2000. Non-Destructive Techniques Applied to Landscape Archeology. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Pearsall, D. 2000. Paleoethnobotany: a Handbook of Procedures. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Salmon, E.T., 1967. Samnium and the Samnites. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Terrenato, N. & Ammerman, A. 1996. “Visibility and Site Reovery in the Cecina Valley Surv Italia: omnium terrarum parens (1989) ey, Italy” Journal of Field Archaeology 23: 91-109.

Terrenato, N. 1999. “The visibility of sites and the interpretation of field survey results: towards an analysis of incomplete distribution” 60-71 in R. Francovich and H. Patterson, eds, Extracting Meaning from Ploughsoil Assemblages. Oxford: Oxbow.

Theuws, F. 1999. “Changing settlement patterns, burial grounds, and the symbolic construction of ancestors and communities in the late Merovingian southern Netherlands” 337-349 in Fabech, C. & J. Ringtved, Settlement and Landscape: Proceedings of a Conference in Århus, Denmark, May 4-7, 1998. Aarhus: Jutland Archaeological Society.

Tilley, C. 1994. A Phenomenology of Landscape. Oxford: Berg.

Trément, F. 1999. “The integration of historical, archaeological and paleoenvironmental data at the regional scale: the Étang de Berre, southern France” 193-205 in Leveau, P., F. Trément, K. Walsh, G. Barker, Environmental Reconstruction in Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology. Oxford: Oxbow.

Vita-Finzi, C. 1969. The Mediterranean Valleys: Geological Changes in Historical Times. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wells, Peter S., 2001. The Barbarians Speak: How the Conquered Peoples Shaped Roman Europe, Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Whitley, J. 2001. The Archaeology of Ancient Greece. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wikander, O, 1994. Acquarossa: Results of Excavations Conducted by the Swedish Institute of Classical Studies at Rome and the Soprintendenza alle antichità dell’Etruria meridionale. v. 6, The Roof Tiles. Stockholm: Svenska institutet i Rom.

Wilkinson, T. 2000. “Regional approaches to Mesopotamian archaeology: the contribution of archaeological surveys” Journal of Archaeological Research 8: 219-267.

 

 

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