New Books by AIA Members

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

by William M. Murray
Oxford University Press (January 2012)
While we know a fair amount about naval strategies in the classical Greek and later Roman periods, our understanding of the period in between--the Hellenistic Age--has never been as complete. Thanks to new physical evidence discovered in the past...
by Catalin Pavel
University of Bucharest Press (December 2010)
Sixty case studies of archaeological recording are presented with commentary from methodological and epistemological perspectives. Procedures and pro forma used by teams from around the world, working at sites in the US, Europe and the Near East are...
by Susan Heuck Allen
University of Michigan Press (October 2011)
Classical Spies is the first insiders' account of the operations of the American intelligence service in World War II Greece. Initiated by classical archaeologists in Greece and the eastern Mediterranean, the network drew on scholars'...
by Susan Heuck Allen
University of Michigan Press (May 2011)
Classical Spies is the first insiders' account of the operations of the American intelligence service in World War II Greece. Initiated by archaeologists in Greece and the eastern Mediterranean, the network drew on scholars' personal...
by Lindsay Powell
Pen and Sword Books (March 2011)
"Drusus the Elder, illuminated at last in this the first biography of an important personality from the beginnings of Rome's empire and for which Lindsay is to be congratulated." -- Graham Sumner, co-author Arms and Armour of...

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