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  1. Introduction to studying at university 1 item
    If you want tailor-made advice about how to manage your time, what 'reading' vs. 'research' really means - this is the webpage for you! Loads of resources and helpful tips and hints about what to expect when studying at university.
  2. General texts/Indicative reading for the module 25 items
    1. Classical Civilization: A History in Ten Chapters - Nigel Jonathan Spivey 2015

      Book Essential On-line version of this really readable introductory text. Spivey looks at a number of our key cities in relation to the civilisation that developed therein.

    2. Who's who in the classical world - Simon Hornblower, Antony Spawforth 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Reference text - invaluable.

    3. The Oxford companion to classical civilization - Simon Hornblower, Antony Spawforth, Esther Eidinow 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential A extended glossary of key terms, people and places A-Z style. Excellent as a reference text.

    4. Ancient Greek civilization - David Sansone 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    5. The art and archaeology of the Greek world: a new history, c.2500 - c.150 BCE. - Richard T. Neer 2012

      Book Essential

    6. The art and archaeology of Ancient Greece - Judith M. Barringer 2014

      Book Essential

    7. Ancient worlds: an epic history of East and West - Michael Scott 2017

      Book Essential

    8. The Oxford handbook of Greek and Roman art and architecture - Clemente Marconi, Deborah Steiner 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Excellent essays on the reception of Greek art in the Rome, the function of Greek art vs the function of Roman art...

    9. The Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites - Richard Stillwell 2017

      Book Recommended Please note: this is a reprint of the 1976 edition.

    10. Classical art and the cultures of Greece and Rome - John Onians 1999

      Book Recommended

    11. Classical art: from Greece to Rome - Mary Beard, John Henderson 2001

      Book Recommended

    12. The city in the Roman West, c. 250 BC-c. AD 250 - Ray Laurence, A. S. Esmonde Cleary, Gareth Sears 2011

      Book Recommended

    13. SPQR: a history of ancient Rome - Mary Beard 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    14. Roman art - Paul Zanker c2010

      Book Essential Chapter 2 is a fantastically succinct discussion of the roots of Roman art in Greek and Etruscan models. It includes many seminal examples of early Roman Republican Art - perfect for the seminar in week 5.

    15. Making classical art: process & practice - Roger Ling 2000

      Book Recommended

    16. Chapter 26. 'Sculpture' in, The Edinburgh Companion to Greece and Rome (Peter Stewart)

      Chapter Recommended A really good, short introduction to key differences between Greek and Roman sculpture.

    17. Looking at Greek art - Mark Stansbury-O'Donnell 2011

      Book Essential

  3. Please note, detailed readings for seminars and assignments are available in the modules (sections) on Canvas. This Readling List details general texts relevant to an understanding of the module as a whole.

  4. Object Biography as a concept (this is vital for seminars and for the comparative artefact biography) 7 items
    1. Reinvigorating Object Biography: Reproducing the Drama of Object Lives - Jody Joy 2009

      Article Essential An essential text that helps explain one of the major forms of assessment we will be using

    2. Chapter 2: The cultural biography of things: commoditization as process - Igor Kopytoff 1986

      Chapter Recommended pp. 64-91. This chapter is an old one but it is seminal and anything you read on the subject of object biography will reference this text.

    3. Classical art: a life history from Antiquity to the present - Caroline Vout 2018, ©2018

      Book Recommended 'Life history' is another concept related to 'OBJECT BIOGRAPHY'. This text usefully discusses the 'life history' of many objects and art works from the classical word.

  5. Skills Guides (relevant for all assignments for this module) 3 items
  6. Knossos, Troy, Mycenae and Mythical Civilisation 37 items
    Specific texts for seminars are listed (and available electronically) on the Canvas site for this module. This extensive list provides you with information about relevant material in the library that could be useful for Object Biographies, or for a more extensive and specialist discussion of issues raised in workshops and seminars.
    1. The Oxford companion to archaeology [Section on Knossos] - Brian M. Fagan, Charlotte Beck 1996

      Book Essential

    2. Knossos: Palace, City, State - Gerald Cadogan 2004

      Book Recommended

    3. Arthur Evans and the Palace of Minos - A. C. Brown, Ashmolean Museum c1983

      Book Recommended

    4. From the land of the labyrinth : Minoan Crete, 3000-1100 B.C. - Nota Dimopoulou-Rethemiotaki 2008

      Book Recommended

    5. The Palace of Minos: A Comparative Account of the Successive Stages of the Early Cretan Civilization as Illustrated by the Discoveries at Knossos, Volume 4 Part 2 - Arthur Evans 1935

      Book Recommended Note the date - this is Evans analysis of his excavation that lasted over 20 years from 1900

    6. Mycenae: Agamemnon's capital : the site in its setting - Elizabeth B. French 2002

      Book Recommended

    7. Mask of Agamemnon, Mycenae, c. 1550-1500 B.C.E. - YouTube

      Audio-visual document Recommended Good introduction to the debates surrounding this discovery. Don't forget to consider the context of the burials in which this mask was found. Objects biographies work best when we have contextual information about the site of the find.

    8. Schliemann's Excavations: An Archaeological and Historical Study - Karl Schuchardt, Eugénie Strong, Karl Schuchardt 1891

      Book Recommended Note the date

    9. The Oxford companion to archaeology [Mark Rose's section on Troy] - Brian M. Fagan, Charlotte Beck 1996

      Book Essential On-line version of the Oxford Companion to Archaeology

    10. Priam's gold: Schliemann and the lost treasures of Troy - Caroline Moorehead 2016

      Book Essential

    11. Troy: from Homer's Iliad to Hollywood epic - Martin M. Winkler 2007

      Book Essential

    12. Helen of Troy: goddess, princess, whore - Bettany Hughes 2013

      Book Recommended

    13. A history of Greek art - Mark Stansbury-O'Donnell 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    14. Aegean art and architecture - Donald Preziosi 1999

      Book Essential

    15. Troy, Mycenae, Tiryns, Orchomenos: Heinrich Schliemann, the 100th anniversary of his death - Kaitē Dēmakopoulou, Ethnikon Archaiologikon Mouseion (Greece), Altes Museum (Berlin, Germany), Museum für Ur- und Frühgeschichte (Berlin, Germany : East) 1990

      Book Essential

    16. In search of the Trojan War - Michael Wood 2005

      Book Essential

    17. Troy: myth, city, icon - Naoise Mac Sweeney 2018

      Book Essential

  7. Athens 78 items
    Specific texts for seminars are listed (and available electronically) on the Canvas site for this module. This extensive list provides you with information about relevant material in the library that could be useful for Object Biographies, or for a more extensive and specialist discussion of issues raised in workshops and seminars.
    1. The art and archaeology of the Greek world: a new history, c.2500 - c.150 BCE. - Richard T. Neer 2012

      Book Essential

    2. THE TYRANNICIDES, THEIR CULT AND THE PANATHENAIA: A NOTE on JSTOR

      Article Recommended Useful reading on The Tyrannicides - a key piece of public sculpture we look at in the seminar in week 4.

    3. Greek sculpture - Mark D. Fullerton 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    4. Sculpture in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens - Nikos E. Kaltsas, Ethnikon Archaiologikon Mouseion (Greece) c2002

      Book Essential

    5. Thucydides: the reinvention of history - Donald Kagan c2009

      Book Recommended

    6. Art in Athens during the Peloponnesian War - Olga Palagia 2014

      Book Essential

    7. The emergence of the classical style in Greek sculpture - Richard T. Neer 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Chapter 2 - The Speed of Light is core reading for the seminar in week 4 (along with material on the small bronze 'thigh flasher' from Sparta)

    8. Defining beauty: the body in ancient Greek art - Ian Jenkins, Celeste Farge, Victoria Turner, British Museum 2015

      Book Essential

    9. The art and archaeology of Ancient Greece - Judith M. Barringer 2014

      Book Essential

    10. GROUP PRESENTATION TOPIC: Elgin and the Parthenon Frieze 18 items
      1. The Parthenon - Mary Beard 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

      2. The Parthenon frieze - Ian Jenkins, British Museum 1994

        Book Essential

      3. The sculptures of the Parthenon: aesthetics and interpretation - Margaretha Rossholm Lagerlöf 2000

        Book Recommended

      4. The Parthenon - Mary Beard 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

      5. Ancient Monuments and Modern Identities : a Critical History of Archaeology in 19th and 20th Century Greece - Sofia Voutsaki 2017

        Book Recommended Chapter 11 'Why should the state protect the cultural heritage? The answer offered by Greek law'

      6. The Parthenon Frieze: Degrees of Visibility - Clemente Marconi 2009

        Article Recommended Updating Osbourne's article from 1987 (read the two together and look for differences of interpretation).

      7. Stories from Exile: Fragments from the Cultural Biography of the Parthenon (or 'Elgin') Marbles - Yannis Hamilakis 1999

        Article Recommended Good on the history of the marbles and their meaning since c.5 BC.

      8. Goddess and Polis: The Panathenaic Festival in Ancient Athens - Jenifer Neils 1993

        Book Essential

      9. The Horse in Ancient Greek Art - Nicole Stribling 2017

        Book Essential

    11. GROUP PRESENTATION TOPIC: living, fighting and believing - reading Greek vases 24 items
      1. The Greek vase : the art of the storyteller - John H. Oakley 2013

        Book Essential A really good introduction to the subject. Written in a lively and accessible style, chapters cover images of gods and goddesses, scenes of everyday life and symposium scenes.

      2. How to read Greek vases - Joan R Mertens 2010

        Book Essential

      3. The history of Greek vases : potters, painters and pictures - John Boardman 2007

        Book Essential A very accessible text. Boardman lays out how and why the study of Greek vase painting has evolved and (pages 202-209) outlines the essence of his arguments put forward since the 1970s about the political allegories contained in some Herculean/Theseus imagery.

      4. Looking at Greek vases - Tom Rasmussen 1991

        Book Essential On order

      5. Reading the Chigi Vase - Jeffrey M. Hurwit 2002

        Article Essential

      6. Greek vases, images, contexts and controversies : proceedings of the conference sponsored by the Center for the Ancient Mediterranean at Columbia University, 23-24 March 2002 2004

        Book  A series of short essays looking at the ambiguities presented by specialist study of these seemingly simple objects. How sure are we about 'meaning' in Greek vases is something that many of these scholars address.

      7. Greek Vases: From Artistic Personalities to Archaeological Contexts - Jo Tyler Smith 2012

        Article Recommended A review of 5 books published on reading Greek vases (and their value as historical artefacts) between 2009-2011. Reviews are often a really good way of getting to grips with recent trends in scholarship.

      8. Greek Vase Painting - John H. Oakley 2009

        Article Recommended Good on developments in academic research regarding Greek vases.

      9. Time of Day on Painted Athenian Vases | Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

        Webpage Recommended Bibliographic suggestions from this point on look at iconography and subject matter.

      10. SUSAN B. MATHESON, ' A FAREWELL WITH ARMS: DEPARTING WARRIORS ON ATHENIAN VASES' pp. 23-36 From the Book Periklean Athens and Its Legacy, 2005

        Chapter Essential Look at images of warriors, mythological figures (e.g. Helen of Troy) in Athenian vase painting - why were these images so popular?

      11. HOUSEWIVES, HETAIRAI AND THE AMBIGUITY OF GENRE IN ATTIC VASE PAINTING, Phoenix, 2012. - Sheramy D. Bundrick 2012

        Article Recommended Click the SUPPLEMENTS icon on jstor to access images of the 'Harrow Vase' (from Tampa Museum) that this article discusses. Useful for exploring what we can really tell about Athenian women from examining vase painting.

      12. Value and Simplicity: Eighteenth-Century Taste and the Study of Greek Vases - Michael Vickers 1987

        Article Background Good on the legacy of Greek vases and their value in the c.18.

      13. 'INVENTING THE OTHER: THE OPPONENTS OF THESEUS' in Source: Notes on the History of Art - Jenifer Neils 1995

        Article Recommended Interesting take on the popularity of images of Theseus on Greek vases of the c.6, and ways of displaying his heroism)

    12. Ancient Greek Portrait Sculpture: Contexts, Subjects, and Styles - Shelia Dillon 2012

      Book Recommended

    13. The complete Greek temples - Tony Spawforth 2006

      Book Recommended

    14. Ancient Greek Portrait Sculpture: Contexts, Subjects, and Styles - Shelia Dillon 2012

      Book Recommended

    15. Ancient Greek Portrait Sculpture: Contexts, Subjects, and Styles - Shelia Dillon 2012

      Book Recommended

    16. The Athenian citizen: democracy in the Athenian Agora - Mabel Lang 2004

      Book Essential

    17. Looking at Greek art - Mark Stansbury-O'Donnell 2011

      Book Essential

    18. The art of antiquity : Piet de Jong and the Athenian Agora - Jonh K Papadopoulos 2007

      Book Recommended

    19. The art of libation in classical Athens - Milette Gaifman 2018

      Book Recommended

  8. Sparta 27 items
    Specific texts for seminars are listed (and available electronically) on the Canvas site for this module. This extensive list provides you with information about relevant material in the library that could be useful for Object Biographies, or for a more extensive and specialist discussion of issues raised in workshops and seminars.
    1. Spartans: a new history - Nigel M. Kennell 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    2. Entry on "Sparta" - Simon Hornblower, Antony Spawforth, Esther Eidinow

      Chapter Essential

    3. Sparta in modern thought : politics, history and culture - Stephen Hodkinson 2010

      Book Essential

    4. Spartan women - Sarah B. Pomeroy 2002

      Book Essential

    5. The Histories - Herodotus 2014

      Book Essential

    6. The Ancient Theatre at Sparta - G. B. Waywell, J. J. Wilkes and S. E. C. Walker 1998

      Article Recommended

    7. Sparta : the body politic - International Sparta Seminar 2009

      Book Recommended

    8. Sparta - Michael Whitby c2002

      Book Recommended

    9. Sparta & war - International Sparta Seminar (5th : 2004 : Université de Haute Bretagne) 2006

      Book Essential Low, Polly. Chapter 3: Commemorating the Spartan war-dead. pp.85-109

    10. Spartan society - Pierre Brule 2004

      Book 

  9. Rome 92 items
    Specific texts for seminars are listed (and available electronically) on the Canvas site for this module. This extensive list provides you with information about relevant material in the library that could be useful for Object Biographies, or for a more extensive and specialist discussion of issues raised in workshops and seminars.
    1. Chapter 1: A principal concept: Auctoritas - Karl Galinsky 1996

      Chapter Essential Core reading for the seminar in week 6 - 'Auctoritas in Art: the Augustus statue for Primaporta'

    2. Chapter 2 - Augustus

      Chapter Essential Useful contextual chapter on Augustus and his impact on Rome

    3. The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Augustus - Karl Galinsky 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Diane Favro's chapter, 'Making Rome a World City' is particularly useful. This is an ebook, accessible via ReadingLists.

    4. The Museum of the Imperial Forums in Trajan's market - Maria Paola Del Moro, Richard Sadleir, Rome (Italy). Sovraintendenza ai beni culturali, Museo dei fori imperiali c2007

      Book 

    5. Roman art - Paul Zanker c2010

      Book Recommended

    6. The power of images in the age of Augustus - Paul Zanker 1990

      Book Essential

    7. The Oxford handbook of Roman sculpture - Elise A. Friedland, Melanie Grunow Sobocinski, Elaine K. Gazda 2015

      Book Essential

    8. Rome in the Ancient World: from Romulus to Justinian - David Potter 2016

      Book Recommended

    9. The Forum of Trajan in Rome: a study of the monuments in brief - James E. Packer 2001

      Book Recommended

    10. The Atlas of Ancient Rome: Biography and Portraits of the City - Andrea Carandini 2017

      Book Essential This is off-putting in size however it provides up-to date research on most of the major monuments in Rome. Volume 2 is listed as 'tables' but actually provides line drawings and reconstructions that are incredibly easy to read/use.

    11. The Roman Forum: a reconstruction and architectural guide - Gilbert Gorski, James E. Packer 2014

      Book Essential An incredible book packed with reconstructions that are based on up-todate scholarly research by Packer and Gorski.

    12. Pax Romana: War, Peace and Conquest in the Roman World - Adrian Goldsworthy 2016

      Book Essential

    13. A history of Roman art - Steven L. Tuck 2014

      Book Essential

    14. Rome in the late republic: problems and interpretations - Mary Beard, Michael H. Crawford 1985

      Book Recommended

    15. The letters of the younger Pliny - Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus 1974

      Book Recommended

    16. Letters of Pliny the Younger - the Younger Pliny S.d (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    17. Women in ancient Rome : a sourcebook - Bonnie MacLachlan 2013

      Book Essential

    18. GROUP PRESENTATION TOPIC: TRAJAN'S COLUMN 15 items
      1. Trajan's GLORIOUS FORUM - James E. Packer 1998

        Article Recommended A good introduction to the Trajanic forum and thus the place of the column thererin.

      2. Art and rhetoric in Roman culture - Jaś Elsner, Michel Meyer 2014

        Book Essential Chapter: F. de Angelis, 'Sublime histories, exceptional viewers: Trajan's Column and its visibility' (89-114)

      3. Trajan's GLORIOUS FORUM - James E. Packer 1998

        Article Recommended

      4. Trajan's column: a new edition of the Cichorius plates - Frank A. Lepper, Sheppard Sunderland Frere, Conrad Antonius Cichorius, emperor of Rome Trajan 1988

        Book Recommended Good for reference.

      5. Building Trajan's Column - Lynne Lancaster 07/1999

        Article Recommended

      6. The Column of Marcus Aurelius: the genesis & meaning of a Roman imperial monument - Martin Beckmann ©2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Interesting on the legacy of the column on later Roman monumental sculpture.

      7. Chapter 7: Trajan (A.D. 98-117) - Donald Strong 1988

        Chapter Essential Straightforward chapter on Trajan's Forum, Column and Great Frieze.

    19. GROUP PRESENTATION TOPIC: THE ARA PACIS 12 items
      1. Ara Pacis - Orietta Rossini, Rome (Italy). Assessorato alle politiche culturali, Rome (Italy). Sovraintendenza ai beni culturali c2007

        Book Essential

      2. The Ara Pacis of Augustus and Mussolini: an archeological mystery - Wayne Andersen c2003

        Book Essential

      3. Pledges of Empire: The Ara Pacis and the Donations of Rome - Diana E. E. Kleiner and Bridget Buxton 2008

        Article Essential

      4. Museum of Ara Pacis, Rome

        Chapter Essential Really useful for the cultural context of the museum 'presenting' (and interpreting) the Ara Pacis.

    20. Pompeii and Herculaneum 9 items
      1. The world of Pompeii - John Joseph Dobbins, Pedar William Foss 2007

        Book Recommended

      2. Pompeii and Herculaneum: a sourcebook - Alison Cooley, M. G. L. Cooley 2014

        Book Essential

      3. Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum - Paul Roberts, British Museum 2013

        Book Recommended

      4. Pompeii: the life of a Roman town - Mary Beard c2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

      5. Pompeii: public and private life - Paul Zanker 1998

        Book Essential

      6. Houses and society in Pompeii and Herculaneum - Andrew Wallace-Hadrill 1994

        Book Recommended

      7. Last supper in Pompeii - Paul Roberts 2019

        Book Essential

    21. The Roman Forum - Buildings of Ancient Rome (5/5) [Open Univeristy 15 minute video] 26/7/2011

      Audio-visual document Essential Good on the function and development of the early Roman forum (prior to the development of the Imperial Fora by Caesar, Augustus, Trajan et al.).

    22. The construction of Imperial Rome (1/2) 10/9/2009

      Audio-visual document Recommended Introductory and general but well researched and authoritative.

    23. The Treasures of Ancient Rome: Roman Sculpture; warts and all Tuesday, 1 Jan 2013

      Audio-visual document Background

    24. A companion to the Roman Republic - Nathan Rosenstein, Robert Morstein-Marx 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    25. Roman funerary sculpture - Guntram Koch 2006

      Book Essential

    26. Architecture and politics in Republican Rome - Penelope J. E. Davies 2017 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    27. A companion to the Roman Republic - Nathan Rosenstein, Robert Morstein-Marx 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Welch, Katherine E. Chapter 24: Art and architecture in the Roman republic. pp.496-542

    28. The Arch of Constantine: inspired by the divine - I. M. Ferris 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Chapter 3: The Good Emperors. pp.48-63 & Notes pp.150-151

    29. The Pantheon : design, meaning, and progeny - William Lloyd MacDonald 1990

      Book Essential

    30. The Roman nude: heroic portrait statuary 200 BC-AD 300 - Christopher H. Hallett 2011

      Book Recommended

    31. Gender, identity and the body in Greek and Roman sculpture - R.J Barrow 2018

      Book Essential See chapter 6: Prima Porta: the political body.

    32. Women and Visual Replication in Roman Imperial Art and Culture - Jennifer Trimble 2016

      Book Essential

  10. The legacy of Rome 28 items
    Specific texts for seminars are listed (and available electronically) on the Canvas site for this module. This extensive list provides you with information about relevant material in the library that could be useful for Object Biographies, or for a more extensive and specialist discussion of issues raised in workshops and seminars.
    1. Week 11 - Rome's Influence on the East 17 items
      1. Istanbul : A tale of three cities - Bethany Hughes 2017

        Book Essential

      2. The horses of San Marco, Venice - Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain) 1979

        Book Essential Core reading for the seminar in week 12

      3. The origins and documentary sources of the Horses of San Marco - Licia Vlad Borrelli, Anna Guidi Toniato

        Chapter Essential Core reading for the seminar in week 12

      4. Taste and the antique: the lure of classical sculpture, 1500-1900 - Francis Haskell, Nicholas Penny 1981

        Book Essential Vital (and short) reading on the horses now on the Basilica of San Marco in Venice

      5. Mosaics in the medieval world: from late antiquity to the fifteenth century - Liz James 2017

        Book Recommended See content store link for Chapter 7: Emperors, kings, popes and bishops: mosaics in the sixth century. pp.215-253, 512-516.

      6. Mosaics as history: the Near East from late Antiquity to Islam - G. W. Bowersock 2006

        Book Recommended See web address link for Chapter 3: Cities. pp.64-88

      7. The world of Late Antiquity : from Marcus Aurelius to Muhammad - Peter Brown 1989

        Book Recommended

      8. Medieval ivory carvings: early Christian to romanesque - Paul Williamson, James Stevenson, Victoria and Albert Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum. V&A Publications 2010

        Book Essential See content store link for "Late antique and early Christian." pp.28-61.

      9. Constantinople: Capital of Byzantium - Jonathon Harris 2017

        Book Essential

      10. The Urban Image of Late Antique Constantinople - Sarah Bassett

        Book Essential

    2. Week 12 - The Classical Influence on the West 11 items
      Specific texts for seminars are listed (and available electronically) on the Canvas site for this module. This extensive list provides you with information about relevant material in the library that could be useful for Object Biographies, or for a more extensive and specialist discussion of issues raised in workshops and seminars.
      1. 'The School of Athens: Philosophical Inventions' (Chapter 7) in Raphael's Stanza della Segnatura: meaning and invention - Christiane L. Joost-Gaugier 2002

        Chapter Essential Required reading for the seminar in week 12.

      2. Confronting the classics: traditions, adventures and innovations - Mary Beard 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Chapter 25, 'Arms and the Man' (168-173) is required reading for teh seminar in week 12.

      3. The legacy of Rome: a new appraisal - Richard Jenkyns 1992

        Book Recommended

      4. Through the eye of a needle: wealth, the fall of Rome, and the making of Christianity in the West, 350-550 AD - Peter Brown ©2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapter 15: Propter magnificentiam urbis Romae - By reason of the magnificence of the city of Rome - The Roman rich and their clergy, from Constantine to Damasus, 312-384. pp.241-258.

      5. The Pantheon: From Antiquity to the Present - Tod A. Marder 2015

        Book Essential

      6. Eros Visible: Art, Sexuality, and Antiquity in Renaissance Italy - James Grantham Turner 2017

        Book Recommended

  11. Digitised content 52 items
    1. Greek art and archaeology - John Griffiths Pedley c2012

      Book Essential Read chapter 3.

    2. Chapter 3 The Late Bronze Age - Greek art and archaeology - John Griffiths Pedley 2012

      Chapter Essential

    3. The Roman forum - Amanda Claridge 1998

      Chapter 

    4. Glossary - Hugh Honour, John Fleming 2002

      Chapter 

    5. The art and archaeology of Ancient Greece - Judith M. Barringer 2014

      Book Essential Covers the importance of sanctuaries, temples and vases in Greek life. Ends the chapter with 'When did Classical begin'.

    6. Roman sculpture - Diana E.E. Kleiner 1992

      Book Essential

    7. The art and archaeology of Ancient Greece - Judith M. Barringer 2014

      Book 

    8. Rethinking the Other in Antiquity (Martin Classical Lectures) - Erich S. Gruen 2012

      Book 

    9. Slavery In The Roman World 2010

      Book Recommended

    10. The Material Life of Roman Slaves - Sandra R. Joshel 2016

      Book Recommended

    11. Most Dangerous Book: Tacitus's Germania to the Third Reich - Christopher B. Krebs Aug 27, 2012 (paperback)

      Book Recommended

    12. 2009 Goldenberg, David M. “Racism, Color Symbolism, and Color Prejudice.” in The Origins of Racism in the West . - Miriam Eliav-Feldon, Benjamin H. Isaac, Joseph Ziegler 2013

      Chapter Recommended

    13. The Caesar of Paris - Susan Jaques Dec 04, 2018 (hardcover)

      Book Essential

    14. The Third Rome, 1922-43: the Fascist Capital - Aristotle Kallis Jul 29, 2014 (hardcover)

      Book Recommended

    15. The Routledge Handbook on the Reception of Classical Architecture - Nicholas TempleAndrzej PiotrowskiJuan Manuel Heredia& 0 more 2019

      Book Essential

  12. Book requests submitted to the library 14 items
    1. Troy: myth and reality - Alexandra Villing 2019

      Book Recommended

    2. The Mycenaeans - Louise Schofield 2007

      Book Recommended

    3. Death and disease in the ancient city - Valerie M. Hope, Eireann Marshall 2000

      Book Essential

    4. The Roman Imperial Mausoleum in Late Antiquity - Mark J. Johnson 2014

      Book Recommended

    5. An imperial possession: Britain in the Roman Empire, 54 BC-AD 409 - D. J. Mattingly 2006

      Book Recommended

    6. Mortal republic - Edward Jay Watts 2018

      Book Recommended

    7. Dominion: The Making of the Western Mind - Tom Holland 2019

      Book Recommended

    8. Race: Antiquity and Its Legacy (Ancients and Moderns) - Denise Eileen McCoskey 2019

      Book Recommended

    9. The Invention of Racism in Classical Antiquity - Benjamin H. Isaac February 13, 2006 (Paperback)

      Book Recommended

  13. Roman Britain : a new history - Guy De la Bedoyere 2013

    Book Essential

  14. The Lincoln Memorial & American life - Christopher A. Thomas 2002

    Book Recommended