New Books by AIA Members

List and brief description of recent and forthcoming books authored by the AIA membership.

by Dorian Borbonus
Cambridge University Press (March, 2014)
Columbarium tombs are among the most recognizable forms of Roman architecture and also among the most enigmatic. The subterranean collective burial chambers have repeatedly sparked the imagination of modern commentators, but their origins and...
by Ramona Harrison and Ruth A. Maher (eds.)
Lexington Books (October, 2014)
In Human Ecodynamics in the North Atlantic: A Collaborative Model of Humans and Nature through Space and Time, Ramona Harrison and Ruth A. Maher have compiled a series of separate research projects conducted across the North Atlantic region that...
by Susan I. Rotroff
American School of Classical Studies at Athens (December, 2013)
First discovered in the 1930s by Eugene Vanderpool, the “saucer pyres” of the Athenian Agora remained a mystery for over 70 years, until Professor Susan I. Rotroff turned her attention to these deposits 10 years ago. Each deposit...
by Janet Burnett Grossman
American School of Classical Studies at Athens (December, 2013)
Funerary Sculpture is the first volume on sculpture from the Agora in over 50 years, bringing together all the sculpted funerary monuments of the Athenian Agora, Classical through Roman periods, which were discovered during excavation from 1931...
by Ruth Ann Maher
British Archaeological Reports International Series (2529) (July, 2013)
The purpose of this Viking-Age Icelandic study is to look beyond the catalogues of data already in the record and put the information in its social context. This study shows that the internal and external aspects of any grave reveal not only...